"Done in Oil" (1934) is a pretty funny Thelma Todd/Patsy Kelly entry in which Thelma tries to pass herself off as a French artist with Patsy gumming things up for her pal as usual. There is a lot of uninhibited '30's humor which may not be up to today's PC standards, but it was another era and they were able to get away with it. Adding to the shenanigans is the hilarious Arthur Housman doing his trademark drunk character. Housman was a regular on the Hal Roach lot and appeared in several Todd/Kelly shorts. TCM runs these from time to time, and anyone who is a fan of the delightful Thelma Todd (like me) will want to check this one out. She was a true beauty as well as a seasoned comedienne, appearing with comic greats Laurel and Hardy, Charlie Chase, Buster Keaton, Wheeler and Woolsey and The Marx Brothers. It's good to see so much of her work becoming more readily available.