AT LAST IT'S ON THE SCREEN! Greater than the Stage Show!

Categories: Comedy, Music
Olsen and Johnson, a pair of stage comedians, try to turn their play into a movie and bring together a young couple in love, while breaking the fourth wall every step of the way.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1941-12-25
Run time: 84 minute / 1:24
Director: H. C. Potter
Writers: Nat Perrin, Warren Wilson.
Production Companies : Mayfair Productions Inc., Universal Pictures
Production Country: United States of America


Ole Olsen
as Ole Olsen
Chic Johnson
as Chic Johnson
Martha Raye
as Betty Johnson
Hugh Herbert
as Quimby
Jane Frazee
as Kitty Rand
Robert Paige
as Jeff Hunter
Mischa Auer
as Pepi
Richard Lane
as Director
Lewis Howard
as Woody Taylor
Clarence Kolb
as Andrew Rand
Nella Walker
as Mrs. Rand
Shemp Howard
as Louie
Elisha Cook Jr.
as Harry Selby
Frank Darien
as Man Calling for Mrs. Jones
Kay Johnson
as Lena - Lady Looking for Oscar
Gus Schilling
as Orchestra Conductor
Slim Gaillard
as Slim
Slam Stewart
as Slam
Harlem Congeroos
as Dancers
Olive Hatch
as Water Ballet Specialty
Eddie Acuff
as Drafted Devil (uncredited)
Kathryn Adams
as Girl (uncredited)
Sig Arno
as Orchestra Bass Player (uncredited)
Frank Austin
as Chauffeur (uncredited)
Don Brodie
as Theatre Manager (uncredited)
George Chandler
as Movie Cameraman (uncredited)
Milton Charleston
as Undetermined Role (uncredited)
Dean Collins
as Betty's Jitterbug Dancing Partner (uncredited)
Billy Curtis
as Bodyguard (uncredited)
George Davis
as Russian Butler (uncredited)
Hal K. Dawson
as Photographer at Pool (uncredited)
William Downe
as Himself - Dancer (uncredited)
Bess Flowers
as Audience Extra (uncredited)
Karen X. Gaylord
as Party Guest (uncredited)
Jody Gilbert
as Louie's Girlfriend (uncredited)
Julia Griffith
as Party Guest (uncredited)
Ben Hall
as Goofy Man in Betty's Way (uncredited)
Charlie Hall
as Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Samuel S. Hinds
as Showboat Captain (uncredited)
George Humbert
as Chef with Bread (uncredited)
Frances 'Micky' Jones
as Herself - Dancer (uncredited)
Ethelreda Leopold
as Blonde Woman at Skeet Range (uncredited)
Jack 'Tiny' Lipson
as Junior (uncredited)
Leota Lorraine
as Audience Member (uncredited)
Jimmie Lucas
as Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Norma Miller
as Dancer - Cook (uncredited)
Susan Miller
as Mother Calling for Junior (uncredited)
Al Minns
as Dancer - Butler (uncredited)
Harry Monty
as Midget Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Lyle Moraine
as Young Man (uncredited)
Joseph North
as Butler (uncredited)
Gil Perkins
as Butler in Pool (uncredited)
Jean Porter
as Chorine (uncredited)
Dorothy Raye
as Dancer (uncredited)
Billy Ricker
as Himself - Dancer (uncredited)
Willa Mae Ricker
as Herself - Dancer (uncredited)
Bert Roach
as Robert T. MacChesney (uncredited)
Bob Rose
as Shorty - Butler (uncredited)
Angelo Rossitto
as Dwarf Devil (uncredited)
Fred Sanborn
as Man Playing Tic-Tac-Toe (uncredited)
Rex Stewart
as Trumpet Specialty (uncredited)
Andrew Tombes
as Max Kane (uncredited)
Dale van Sickel
as Man Who Falls Into Pool / Frankenstein Monster (uncredited)
Ellinor Vanderveer
as Audience Extra (uncredited)
Terry Walker
as Maid (uncredited)
Billy Wayne
as Photographer (uncredited)
Dave Willock
as Orchestra Trombone Player (uncredited)
Milton Carruth Editor
Ted J. Kent Editor

Russell A. Gausman Set Decoration
Jack Otterson Art Direction

Costume & Make-Up
Vera West Costume Design

Nat Perrin Screenplay

Frank Skinner Original Music Composer

Glenn Tryon Associate Producer

H. C. Potter Director

Jules Levey Producer

Elwood Bredell Director of Photography

Alex Gottlieb Associate Producer

Warren Wilson Screenplay

Joseph A. McDonough Assistant Director

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