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Wheeler & Woolsey: RKO Comedy... Bert Wheeler, Robert Woolsey. The classic duo is back at it with six of more of... more info $32.95was $39.99 Buy Now

Kentucky Kernels ... Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey star with Our Gang's star "Spanky" McFarland in... more info $12.95was $17.99 Buy Now

Rio Rita ... Bebe Daniels plays Rita wooed by a singing Texas Ranger (John Boles) who... more info $14.95was $17.99 Buy Now

War Classics 4 ... Black Brigade in 1968, with the success of the TV show the Mod Squad, producers... more info $5.95was $3.99 Buy Now

Dixiana ... Wheeler and Woolsey's hilarious big-budget musical extravaganza filmed partially... more info $5.95was $6.98 Buy Now

Also Known As: Died: October 31, 2038
Born: August 14, 1889 Cause of Death: complications from kidney disease
Birth Place: Oakland, California Profession:

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 High Flyers (1937) Pierre Potkins
2.
 On Again--Off Again (1937) Claude [Augustus] Horton
3.
 Mummy's Boys (1936) Aloysius C. Whittaker
4.
 Silly Billies (1936) Dr. Philip "Painless" Pennington
5.
 The Nitwits (1935) Newton
6.
 The Rainmakers (1935) Roscoe the Rainmaker
7.
 Cockeyed Cavaliers (1934) Bob
8.
 Kentucky Kernels (1934) ["The Great"] Elmer [Dugan]
9.
 Hips, Hips, Hooray! (1934) Dr. [Bob] Dudley
10.
 Diplomaniacs (1933) Hercules Glub
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wife:
Mignone Park Reed. Dancer. Married c. 1917 until his death.

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father:
Thomas Woolsey. Died in 1896.
mother:
Sarah Woolsey. Survived him.
brother:
Charles Woolsey. Survived him.

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"Wheeler & Woolsey: The Vaudeville Comic Duo and Their Films, 1929-1937" McFarland

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