Classic duo headed home

Disc Drive

Warner Home Video will release a collection of Laurel & Hardy feature films April 18.

Two-disc set “TCM Archives: Laurel and Hardy Collection” includes “The Devil’s Brother” (1933) and “Bonnie Scotland” (1935) plus multiple bonus features such as the feature-length documentary “Added Attractions: The Hollywood Shorts Story,” narrated by Chevy Chase, and the only surviving footage from lost film “The Rogue Song.”

Leonard Maltin and Richard W. Bann provide audio commentary on both films, which are introduced by TCM’s Robert Osborne.

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