Wheeler & Woolsey were an American vaudeville comedy double act who performed together in comedy films from the late 1920s until Robert Woolsey’s death in 1938. The team comprised Bert Wheeler of New Jersey and Robert Woolsey of California. This collection includes three of their best films.
Caught Plastered – Wheeler and Woolsey play two unemployed vaudevillians who try help an old lady save her drug store. Problems and laughs begin when they spikes the Lemon Sodas they are selling. 1931-BW-68 Minutes.
Hips..Hips..Hooray – Two salesmen try to market a flavored lipstick. The boys have to figure out what flavor the
lipstick is by kissing the girls! 1934-BW-68 Minutes.
Peach O’Reno – Aggie Bruno has had enough of her husband, Joe , and decides to get a divorce in Reno. She meets with lawyers Wattles and Swift (Wheeler and Woolsey), Swift suggests that Aggie be “caught” with another man. Meanwhile, Joe Bruno has also headed to Reno, and is being represented by Wattles who suggests that Joe be “caught” with another woman. 1931-BW-63 Minutes.