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Clark and McCullough were a comedy team consisting of comedians Bobby Clark and Paul McCullough. They starred in a series of short films during the 1920s and 1930s. Bobby Clark was the fast-talking wisecracker with painted-on eyeglasses; Paul McCullough was his easygoing assistant named Blodgett.

Bobby Clark & Paul McCullough, in Kickin' the Crown Around (1933)

The two were childhood friends in Springfield, Ohio, and spent hours practicing tumbling and gymnastics in school. This led to their working as circus performers, then in vaudeville, and finally on Broadway. Their hit show The Ramblers (1926) was adapted as a Wheeler and Woolsey movie comedy, The Cuckoos.[1] Clark and McCullough starred in the George Gershwin musical Strike Up the Band on Broadway in 1930.

Fits and Fiddle


Kickin The Crowd Around

Odour In The Court



Love and Hisses


The Druggist's Dilemma

Jitters The Butler



Everything's Ducky

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