Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy formed one of cinema’s first great comedy teams. By 1937, they had become world famous, with their body of work being translated into many languages. During this time, they were in the middle of making Way Out West, which would go on to become one of the most popular films in their catalogue. While making the film, Stan opts not to renew his contract, feeling the studio and producer Hal Roach fail to recognize the fame he and Oliver have enjoyed. However, his comedy partner is not released, being on a different contract. This snap decision results in the two of them being dropped by the studio. Sixteen years have passed since that day, and the comedy duo is about to embark on tour of the British Isles.