I've been a Laurel and Hardy fan for over 40 years. Just the other day, however, I discovered these entertaining videos of the dynamic duo, lockstep, dancing to "At The Ball, That's All" sung by The Avalon Boys, subsequently overdubbed with more recent tunes.
Here's the original dance scene from the 1937 movie, Way Out West. It was Laurel and Hardy's 12th full-length feature film.
And here they are dancing to The Gap Band's "Party Train" from the 1980s.
They also do a nice job dancing to Santana's 1970s rendition of Tito Puente's "Oye Como Va."
In more recent years Laurel and Hardy upgraded their dance to Gangnam Style.
Let's go back to the 1980s again to watch the duo dance to Devo's "Whip It."
And sticking with the 80s, here they are performing their final dance of the night to Soft Cell's 1981 version of "Tainted Love."
I could watch this stuff all day. If you're getting dance fever yourself after enjoying these clips, take a look at local gymnastics and dance facilities in and around Ventura County.