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High Flyers (1937) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Edward F. Cline and produced by Lee S. Marcus.

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Wheeler's impersonation of Charlie Chaplin in this movie was also a big part of his stage act before he teamed up with Woolsey. Chaplin greatly appreciated and admired Wheeler's take-off on him.
Robert Woolsey was terminally ill and suffering from kidney disease during filming, as he had during the previous film, On Again-Off Again (1936). He struggled to complete High Flyers and died less than a year after its release.
The play, "The Kangaroos" by Victor Mapes, opened in New York City in 1926.
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