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Who are your all time favourite double act?

Asked by ucme (50031points) October 12th, 2011

You know, buddies known for working together on a frequent basis.
This can cover comedians, actors, singers, superheroes & their sidekicks. Hell, you can even throw in politicians if you feel the need.
Mine would be Laurel & Hardy without a shadow of doubt, closely followed by Redford & Newman, Butch & Sundance/The Sting.

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ANef_is_Enuf's avatar

This question instantly got one of the songs from the musical Chicago stuck in my head.

Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes.
Angus and Julia Stone.
I feel like I’m going to think of something much better and come back again.

Scarikah's avatar

Mariska Hargitay and Christopher Meloni?

Tropical_Willie's avatar

Burns and Allen

thorninmud's avatar

Pamela Anderson

mazingerz88's avatar

All time? It’s Bert and Ernie then, followed closely by Holmes and Watson.

Hawaii_Jake's avatar

Fry & Laurie

Kardamom's avatar

Fran Drescher and Charles Shaughnessy (The Nanny, Living with Fran, Happily Divorced and the Cancer Schmancer project)

Alan Rickman and Emma Thompson (Sense and Sensibility, Love Actually, The Winter Guest, Judas Kiss)

Alan Rickman and Hugh Grant (An Awfully Big Adventure and Sense and Sensibility)

Michael_Huntington's avatar

Herzog and Kinski

Michael_Huntington's avatar

Kurosawa and Mifune

picante's avatar

Penn and Teller
Lucy and Ethyl
Pepe Le Pew and Penelope Pussycat

Scooby's avatar

Laurel & Hardy yes… then Morecombe & wise, Vick Reeves & Bob Mortimer & Les Dawson & Roy Barraclough ……. Classics..

linguaphile's avatar

@Kardamom- Alan and Emma were in the Harry Potter movies together too (Trelawney and Snape)
I liked Emma with Kenneth Branagh, but also like Batman and Robin, Abbott and Costello, Laurel and Hardy, Rodgers and Hammerstein, and Gamarjobat.

lloydbird's avatar

@ucme I could not possibly venture beyond your fine mess of a preeminent choice.


Kardamom's avatar

@linguaphile That’s right!!! I’m just so obsessed with Snape in the Potter movies, that I almost neglected poor Emma Thompson. But that’s OK, she keeps herself busy with Anthony Hopkins in The Remains of the Day and Howard’s End. Another yummy pairing : )

linguaphile's avatar

@Kardamom Yummy’s doubly right! :D

tedibear's avatar

George Burns and Gracie Allen. They have never failed to make me laugh.

Sunny2's avatar

Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire
Rowan and Martin (Laugh In.)
Abbott and Costello

Rheto_Ric's avatar

Riggs and Murtaugh
Statler and Waldorf
Steptoe and Son

harple's avatar

@ucme @Scooby @linguaphile I now live in the town where Stan Laurel was born – there’s a museum here dedicated to them, and my local pub is the Stan Laurel Inn… :-)

I still love the two Ronnies… And it’s goodnight from me….

filmfann's avatar

Kurosawa and Mifune
Hope and Crosby
Capra and Stewart
Hitchcock and Grant
Ford and Wayne

Bluefreedom's avatar

When they were still performing, Siegfried and Roy could really pull off an amazing show.

GabrielsLamb's avatar

Dean and Jerry, Jerry and Dean.


Gilligan and the Skipper.

abbynormal's avatar

Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote- cartoon
Jack and Meg White- music
Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement (Flight of the Conchords)- comedy
Lenny and Squiggy- television
Richard Pryor & Gene Wilder- film
Thing One and Thing Two- Literature
Peanut Butter and Chocolate- food/goodies

Sunny2's avatar

Bill Cosby and Robert Culp in I Spy. (I’ve been watching reruns on TV.)

OpryLeigh's avatar

When Andrew Lloyd Webber and Cameron Macintosh work together I am usually in awe of the result.

Scooby's avatar

Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry. ( AKA : Dead can Dance ) their music, shall I say, struck a chord……
@abbynormal, I love the white stripes ;-)

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