Bert Wheeler Overview:

Actor, Bert Wheeler, was born Albert Jerome Wheeler on Apr 7, 1895 in Paterson, NJ. Wheeler died at the age of 72 on Jan 18, 1968 in New York City, NY .

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Bert: You blew your nose!
Bob: I did not blow my nose. It was your imagination!
Bert: Oh, no. My imagination doesn't make a noise like that.


Tommy Tanner: The manager came backstage and said he didn't allow profanity in his theatre.
Egbert G. Higginbothom: We didn't use any profanity.
Tommy Tanner: I know, but the audience did.


[Tarzana grabs Wilbur to kiss him]
Tarzana: More!
Wilbur: Hey!
ECHO: Hey!
Wilbur: Stop!
ECHO: Stop!
Wilbur: I'm hungry!
ECHO: I'm hungry!
[Tarzana drags Wilbur towards her cave]
Wilbur: I don't want to go in there with you!
ECHO: Don't be a chump!


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Wheeler & Woolsey were the first comedy team to emerge as stars from sound pictures.

The great comedy team of Wheeler & Woolsey are little know in the 21st century, despite their great popularity in the 1930s. One of the reasons likely is the fact that their short films were not packaged and sold to television in the 1950s, unlike The Three Stooges and Laurel & Hardy, who then went on to entertain new generations of fans. Bobby Clark wrote much of the dialogue, and it was very risqué and was considered borderline in the more liberal 1930s. Their shorts were geared towards adults, and even in the 1930s, they were considered vulgar, and thus would have been inappropriate on television in the 1950s as the comedy shorts of the Stooges and Laurel & Hardy were programmed for children.

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