Way Out West
Way Out West (1937)

One of the team's feature-length gems, "Way out West" is a dead-on Western spoof with Laurel and Hardy traveling West to Brushwood Gulch to deliver the deed to a gold mine. A soft-shoe routine in front of a saloon is one of… More

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Rated: G
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Release Date: April 16, 1937
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Wendy Ide

There's a glorious streak of surreal mischief displayed here.

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

This Western spoof is one of Laurel and Hardy's finest films.

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Martin Chilton
Daily Telegraph

Contains one of the most charming dance sequences in cinema history.

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Ken Hanke
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

One of Stan and OIlie's best.

Fernando F. Croce

An ideal comedy

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Tim Dirks
Tim Dirks' The Greatest Films

Way Out West (1937) is one of the best Laurel and Hardy comedy films, their only western spoof. Again, they reprise their most familiar

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Flixster Audience Score: 91% Flixster User Reviews
Bob Stinson
stoopid, hilarious... loved it.
Byron Brubaker
References Chaplin's The Gold Rush and It Happened One Night. Also contains a band of cowboys singing a song, which is musically quoted in Oh Brother,… More
rocko perkovich
I own the tape to this and it's in color, not complaining but maybe I'm bragging just a little bit. Awesome.