Best Comedy Movies of 1933
Sons of the Desert
Ollie and Stan deceive their wives into thinking they are taking a medically necessary cruise when they are really going to a lodge convention.
A stage director is trying to put on a musical/comedy revue, but has to contend with temperamental musicians, an inept stage crew and his three idiot sons.
Mush and Milk
When Cap's back pension finally comes in, he treats the gang to a day at an amusement park.
Fast-talker extraordinaire Tracy gives one of his quintessential wiseguy performances as a conniving ambulance chaser who falls in love with Evans, unaware she's a special investigator for a streetcar company he's repeatedly victimized.
Walter Catlett is the cousin to some squeaky voiced Dagwood Bumstead type who can't get a girl. Can he browbeat his cousin into swiping pretty girl from accomplished gunman, boxer, and horseman Franklin Pangborn (!?), or is that just DREAM STUFF?
A beautiful woman mistakes a Prince's butler for the Prince.
Aggie Appleby, Maker of Men
Tough Aggie gives a street guy polish and a rich kid gumption.
The miners at Never Mine go to Betty Boop's Tavern (a jazz-jumpin' place) for lunch. Back in the mine, Bimbo delves into weird realms.
Hollywood on Parade No. A-8
In the Hollywood Hall of Fame - a wax museum - the figure of Eddie Borden comes to life and introduces us to various stars in effigy. Pining over the effigy of Clara Bow, her husband Rex Bell suggests that Eddie get on with Betty Boop. Betty asks Eddie to accompany her in a rendition of "My Silent Love."
A working girl shares her apartment with an artist, taking the place in shifts.