Tuesday, November 18, 2008

The Wheeler & Woolsey Files

Ogden Standard-Examiner, July 8, 1930

Galveston Daily News, December 14, 1930

Uniontown Morning Herald, April 30, 1932

Oakland Tribune, February 14, 1932

Florence Morning News, May 24, 1932

Big Spring Daily Herald, January 8, 1933

Waterloo Sunday Courier, February 26, 1933

Lowell Sun, January 20, 1934

Lowell Sun, January 27, 1934

Lowell Sun, January 29, 1934

Oakland Tribune, February 24, 1935

Oakland Tribune, February 24, 1935

Brownsville Herald, May 19, 1935. BEN WOOLSEY??

Modesto Bee, August 27, 1936. Yep! Ben Woolsey!

Galveston Daily News, November 1, 1938

Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune, November 1, 1938

Tucson Daily Citizen, January 16, 1968

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wheeler & Woolsey were great! Thanks for the interesting ads & articles.
---- Richard Finegan

7:07 PM  
Blogger East Side said...

Did Wheeler really suggest that he and Woolsey split for a solo movie each? I always thought it was the studio's idea.

One of the articles mentions "Harry Landon" as Wheeler's replacement. I assume that's a typo for Harry Langdon. Between this and being Stan Laurel's replacement, it seems Harry was Hollywood's chief pinch-hitter.

4:43 AM  

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