THE SECOND HUNDRED YEARS is 1927 Laurel and Hardy comedy. It is one of their earliest films together at the Hal Roach studio and they were not yet billed as "Laurel And Hardy". This press sheet continues to use the series name "All Stars" for this film and also refers to Laurel and Hardy as "Oliver Hardy and Stan Laurel".
Notice the picture of Dorothy Coburn on the front page, which can also be seen on the last lobby card on the second page. She appeared in several films at the studio in this period.