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Hello, everyone.  I'm hoping someone can give me some info on these two pieces, as I haven't been able to find them anywhere online or in any of my books.  They are figurines, with no other apparent use and are marked with the red "Japan" mark.  The man looks a bit like he could be Bing Crosby? 

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hi there i am thinking laurel and hardy 1970's figures - google and let us know what you think

thanks kath

Laurel and Hardy 70's Japanese Figural Beer Stein Mug Set Hand Painted Porcelain

Thanks for the reply, Kathy.  Someone else suggested that to me, as well, but the one with the orange hat is a woman so Laurel and Hardy doesn't work!  I don't know that they go together, necessarily, but they were bought as a pair.

hi just checked stan dressed as a woman for some movies ? perhaps maybe ask this forum below for their thoughts

The Laurel & Hardy Forum • View topic - Stan dressed in drag:

www.laurelandhardyforum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t...Cached
12 posts - 8 authors - 3 Aug 2005
BettyLaurel wrote: I believe the first film where Stanley dressed up as a woman, was in the 1929 short That's My Wife. Actually, in some of his

hi just a thought maybe bonny and cyde ?

Oh, that IS  Bing C Perhaps she is Ginger Rogers his many time dance partner

I love them!

Fred Astaire was Ginger Rogers's partner, not Bing Crosby.  However, Astaire did bear a slight resemblance to Stan Laurel, so it's possible the figures are meant to be Fred & Ginger.

It just might be Martha Raye..she always had her mouth open like that

Fred Astaire bore a slight resemblance to Stan Laurel, so it's possible the figures are meant to be Fred & Ginger.

 

Carole Bess White

Not Fred..that's Bing Crosby on the OP pic..just can't figure out the woman

well i found these online  !!!  i think we may have the answer

But what is the answer?  Clearly these are not Fred & Ginger, but who are they meant to be?

 

CBW

Who are they?

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