Three classic Laurel and Hardy adventures In 'The Bullfighters' (1945), Stan (Laurel) and Ollie (Hardy) are two detectives looking for a female criminal in Mexico. Stan gets mistaken for a famous matador and is forced to show his prowess in the bullring. In 'The Dancing Masters' (1943), Stan and Ollie are owners of a dance school, but are evicted for non-payment of rent. To raise money, Ollie tries an insurance scam which involves inflicting injuries on Stan, but the inept pair soon find themselves mixed up with local gangsters. Watch out for appearances by long-running Marx Brothers' foil Margaret Dumont and a youthful Robert Mitchum. In 'A-Haunting We Will Go' (1942), Stan and Ollie unknowingly offer to help a bunch of crooks to smuggle a wanted man past the police in a coffin. Unfortunately, the casket gets mixed up with one used by a stage musician, leading to a comic chase.