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...with his second wife owing to his gambling habit until eventually dying back in St Petersburg. As already pointed out, Crime and Punishment is perhaps his best known work and was published in 1866. However, he has in total published some eleven novels and seventeen short stories and what is known as a novella - something that is shorter than a novel but longer than a short story, and Notes From...

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...crimes themselves. Abe finally figures out who it is, and the culprit is arrested. But he tells of a huge treasure he has buried elsewhere, who will get there in time? A funny spoof of "It's a mad mad mad mad world" at the end with everyone clambering to get to the treasure first, including a spot on impression of a Phil Silvers like characters bumbling and sinking into a stream. Homer as a power...

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...Laurel and Hardy - Crime and Punishment Collection. A themed collection containing 4 DVDs and centring around Laurel and Hardy movies involving the Law, Crime etc?. In total 23 films spread over the 4 DVDs. The Boys: Stan Laurel (June 16 1890 ? February 23 1965). Real name Arthur Stanley Jefferson. Stan was born in Lancashire but...

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