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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.
The play, "The Kangaroos" by Victor Mapes, opened in New York City in 1926.
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.
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