Cockeyed Cavaliers (1934)

Cockeyed Cavaliers





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Considered by many to be the best of the many Bert Wheeler-Robert Woolsey vehicles of the 1930s, Cockeyed Cavaliers is set in Merrie Olde England, where the comic-opera ambience is immediately established when a Walter Winchellesque town crier (Franklin Pangborn) sings the local gossip. Bert and Bob play a pair of wandering indigents who are constantly in trouble because of Bert's chronic kleptomania. "My doctor tells me it's a sickness," he explains." Bob: "Well, why don't you take something … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Edward Kaufman, Grant Garett, Ben Holmes, Ralph Spence
In Theaters:
RKO Pictures


as Lady Genevieve

as Mary Ann

as Duke of Weskit

as Baron's Friend

as Town Crier

as Mary Ann's Father

as King's Physician

as King's Physician

as Innkeeper (uncredite...

as King's Physicians
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