March of the Wooden Soldiers | Chicago Reader

March of the Wooden Soldiers

Laurel and Hardy backed by a Victor Herbert operetta (Babes in Toyland). Comic relief elevated to star status makes this one strictly a kiddie show, with little of the polish that gave Laurel and Hardy their peculiar greatness. Still, dating from 1934, this is a kid's movie rife with all the Freudian squalor that Disney repressed. The climax—giant, slobbering bogeymen invade Toyland—turns the tone from MGM cute to Universal grotesque. 77 min.


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