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Robert Woolsey

Robert Woolsey

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

Cast (feature film)

1.
High Flyers (1937) as Pierre Potkins
Two men pose as flyers and get mixed up with jewel smugglers.
2.
On Again--Off Again (1937) as Claude [Augustus] Horton
Squabbling business partners settle their differences in a wrestling match, with the loser becoming the winner's slave.
3.
Mummy's Boys (1936) as Aloysius C. Whittaker
Two ditch-digging fools sign on to help excavate a cursed Egyptian tomb.
4.
Silly Billies (1936) as Dr. Philip "Painless" Pennington
Traveling dentists in the old West try to save a small town from an Indian attack.
5.
The Nitwits (1935) as Newton
Two cigar-stand attendants get mixed up in a murder investigation.
6.
The Rainmakers (1935) as Roscoe the Rainmaker
A pair of rainmakers takes on a crooked businessman out to cash in on a drought.
7.
Hips, Hips, Hooray! (1934) as Dr. [Bob] Dudley
Two salesmen try to market a flavored lipstick.
8.
Kentucky Kernels (1934) as ["The Great"] Elmer [Dugan]
Two musicians try to get an orphaned heiress through hillbilly country to claim her inheritance.
9.
Cockeyed Cavaliers (1934) as Bob
Two nitwits are mistaken for the king's physicians in medieval England.
10.
Diplomaniacs (1933) as Hercules Glub
An Indian tribe sends two nitwits to a conference in Geneva.
11.
So This Is Africa (1933) as Alexander Woolsey
Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey play a couple of broke, hungry vaudevillians who are holed up in a hotel room with a few (tame) lions. They are hired by a movie producer who wishes to send them and their lions to Africa with a great naturalist, in order to make a jungle picture. An earlier expedition by this same naturalist was a failure, because she is afraid of animals. They all head to Africa and the lions are not mentioned again. Once in the jungle they have to fend off the amorous advances of the naturalist, of a vine-swinging native girl, and of a gorilla. They then run into the fearsome Amazon tribe, made up entirely of nubile females. Eventually they disguise themselves as Amazons to avoid being "loved to death." But these disguises lead to further difficulties when the all-male tribe of Tarzans show up for their annual mating ritual with the Amazons.
12.
Girl Crazy (1932) as Slick Foster
City slickers try to turn a broken-down ranch into a resort.
13.
Hold 'Em Jail (1932) as Spider Robbins
Two salesmen sent to jail on trumped-up charges build a prison football team.
14.
Caught Plastered (1931) as Egbert G. Higginbotham
Stranded vaudevillians help save a small-town druggist from bankruptcy.
15.
Cracked Nuts (1931) as Zander "Zup" Ulysses Parkhurst
Friendly idiots become rivals in a mythical kingdom's revolution.
16.
Everything's Rosie (1931) as Dr. J. Dockweiler Droop
A carnival con artist tries to mend his ways when his adopted daughter gets engaged.
17.
Peach-O-Reno (1931) as [Julius] Swift
Two divorce lawyers run a gambling joint by night.
18.
The Cuckoos (1930) as Professor Bird
Two tramps-turned-fortune-tellers try to solve a kidnapping.
19.
Dixiana (1930) as Ginger
A circus star falls for a society playboy in 19th-century New Orleans.
20.
Half Shot at Sunrise (1930) as Gilbert
Two servicemen dodge military police during an unauthorized leave in Paris.
21.
Hook, Line and Sinker (1930) as Addington Ganzy
Two insurance men try to help a runaway heiress run a hotel.
22.
Rio Rita (1929) as Lovett
A Texas Ranger finds love while tracking an outlaw.

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