Here are the funniest laugh-out-loud classic movie scenes ever put on film. Featuring the likes of Gene Wilder, Groucho Marx, Charlie Chaplin and Laurel and Hardy, these clips are the best of the best. I hope you enjoy them.
Young Frankenstein (1974) – Puttin’ on the Ritz
This is one of the most famous movie scenes that almost wasn’t. Gene Wilder was apparently “close to rage and tears” when Mel Brooks initially balked at including the scene. Luckily, Gene Wilder got his way.
Duck Soup (1933) – The Mirror Scene with Groucho Marx
My four year-old daughter and I love this scene very much. We watch it whenever we need a good belly laugh. Duck Soup is a wonderful film and this is one of its most wonderful scenes. Groucho Marx is a genius.
Modern Times (1936) – ‘The Eating Machine’ with Charlie Chaplin
This is an amazingly clever scene with wonderful comic timing and facial expressions. My daughter and I have laughed ourselves to tears many times over this classic by Charlie Chaplin.
Blotto (1930) – ‘Contagious Laughter’ with Laurel and Hardy
Laughter is highly contagious. You have been warned. Laurel and Hardy are having a lot of genuine fun here.
It is wonderful to see how being silly can be so much fun No disingenuous reliance on swearing or potty humour here – just good ol’ silliness (which is free and eminently frugal).
Here is a link to some of my other favourite films.
What do you think are the funniest movie clips of all-time?
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Author: Jason Milburn Google