Laurel, Hardy, Santana

About Santi Tafarella

I teach writing and literature at Antelope Valley College in California.
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1 Response to Laurel, Hardy, Santana

  1. Staffan says:

    It’s interesting that Laurel, whose character is supposed to be clumsy, is the superior dancer. And I don’t think it’s a weight issue because plenty of fat people are great dancers. I wonder if it’s intentional, that the more simple and childlike guy should be better at dancing while the controlled Hardy character is overthinking it, unable to just go with it. Or maybe I’m the one overthinking it…

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