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  • boblipton15 September 2013
    This is a solid comedy about two hunters from early in the producing career of Jack White. Today he is remembered as the older brother of Jules White, the producer of Columbia comedy shorts from 1934 through the end of the 1950s. In the silent era, though, it was Jack White who was a major comedy producer, whose stable, at various times, included every major comic besides Buster Keaton, the Chaplins and Harold Lloyd -- and Keaton did uncredited stunts for one of his movies.

    It stars Jimmy Adams and Lige Conley. They aren't remembered very well today, but they were up-and-comers then and they perform most of the gags you'd see in a Bugs Bunny movie twenty years later.