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The Wacky Misadventures Of The Two Great Vaudeville Movie Stars Of The Early 30's Wheeler & Woolsey As They Play World War I Doughboys A.W.O.L. "Over There"!
Tommy Turner & Gilbert Simpson just can't behave themselves in "Gay Par-ee"! Changing identities as often as opportunity and l'amour present themselves, the boys just can't shake what women of intention intend to do with them! Dorothy Lee plays a teenage girl with a taste for grown-up men and with the assistance of the grand dame Olga who's on the make herself, they put the hooks into boys with a plan that lands the ne'er-do-well doughboys in the front of the front lines! Utterly insane song & dance routines that were simultaneously of and ahead of their times make this witty film a necessary addition to any American comedy classic film library (1930, Black & White, 1:18).
Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle (Uncredited ), Anne Caldwell & Ralph Spence (Dialogue), James Ashmore Creelman (Story)
Myles Connolly & Henry Hobart (Associate Producers)
Bert Wheeler .... Tommy Turner
Robert Woolsey .... Gilbert Simpson
Dorothy Lee .... Annette Marshall
George MacFarlane .... Col. Marshall
Edna May Oliver .... Mrs. Marshall
Leni Stengel .... Olga
Hugh Trevor .... Lt. Jim Reed
Roberta Robinson .... Eileen
Jack Rutherford .... MP sergeant