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Ladrones (1930)

Ladrones: Ladrones is the Spanish version of Night Owls, which in turn was based on a stage sketch Stan Laurel performed in the years before he teamed with Oliver Hardy.
Ladrones (1930)

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Ladrones (1930) : Ladrones: Ladrones is the Spanish version of Night Owls, which in turn was based on a stage sketch Stan Laurel performed in the years before he teamed with Oliver Hardy.

Released : January 07, 1930
Runtime : 35 mins
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