One of the many features done by Woolsey and Wheeler, the Abbott and Costello of their day. The story concerns Wheeler, who, in an attempt to make good and please his fiancee's aunt, buys a revolution to become the king of El Dorania. He arrives in the kingdom to find that his friend
Woolsey has won the crown from the previous king in a crap game. There cannot be two kings in one kingdom, so Wheeler is ordered to kill Woolsey. The bombs intended to kill Woolsey expose an oil gusher, and all is well as the country is drenched in prosperity. Boris Karloff plays a supporting role
film, which was written and produced by Douglas MacLean, a big comedy star during the sil...