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Cockeyed Cavaliers is a 1934 American Pre-Code comedy film starring the comedy duo of Wheeler & Woolsey. Directed by Mark Sandrich from a screenplay by Edward Kaufman, Grant Garrett, Ralph Spence and Ben Holmes. Also featured in the cast were Dorothy Lee and Thelma Todd.


In each of their films, Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey joined their comedic talents with those of a young, vibrant, beautiful and always blonde actress. Betty Grable foot the bill as the player for two of these films: Nitwits (1935) and Hold ' Em Jail (1932). Mary Carlisle also stepped into the role for one Wheeler…


Dorothy Johnson's professional nursing career began in 1942 when she graduated from Vanderbilt University School of Nursing. ... Esther Struss; Margaret Steiger; Teressa Rader; Ann Godfrey; Lorene Wilson; Nell Teeter; Mary Jane Stem; Willie Woolsey; Virginia Lunn; Thelma Harlan; Helen Howell ( associate professor of ...

Jan 11, 2014 ... Wheeler and Woolsey are scamming insurance salesmen who agree to help Mary promote the rundown hotel she owns as a sought after retreat for the rich and famous.


16 ii. dorothy woolsey was born 29 SEP 1512 in great yarmouth, norfolk, england , and died 1553. 17 iii. william wulsi was born 1512 in yarmouth, norfolk, .... 47 iii. sarah ann woolsey was born 16 JUN 1762 in marlboro, ulster new york, and died 14 DEC 1839 in willoughby, lake ohio. 48 iv. james woolsey was born 1767.


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Russell Gleason, John Harron, and Dorothy Lee in Laugh and Get Rich (1931 Dorothy Lee, Mitchell Lewis, Bert Wheeler, and Robert Woolsey in The Cuckoos ... Dorothy Lee in In the Spotlight (1935) George Barbier, Frank Jenks, Dorothy Lee, and Kay Sutton in S.O.S. Tidal Wave ... Cockeyed Cavaliers Mary Ann Dale.