1930s Parody Movies

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The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case(1930)

| 30min | Comedy, Crime, Mystery
3.5/5 (with 22 votes)

The boys think their days of fishing to feed themselves have come to an end, when Stan's rich uncle Ebenezer dies leaving a large estate. But they soon learn that Ebenezer was murdered and all the relatives, including Stan, are suspects.

The Gracie Allen Murder Case(1939)

| 1h 18min | Comedy, Mystery
2.8/5 (with 2 votes)

The zany plot follows nitwit Gracie Allen trying to help master sleuth Philo Vance solve a murder.

The Gay Desperado(1936)

1h 26min | Music, Comedy
1.0/5 (with 2 votes)

Opera singer Chivo is currently playing a singing cowboy, and Mexican bandito Braganza kidnaps him (along with Jane, an heiress) so he can learn to become more like the American movie gangsters he admires.

The Cabinet of Dr. Larifari(1930)

1h 18min | Comedy
4.0/5 (with 1 vote)

Three friends who are broke decide to found a film production company. When they start shooting their first film chaos arises...

Directed by Robert Wohlmuth - With Max Hansen, Max Hansen, Paul Morgan, Alice Hechy, Else Reval, Ellen Plessow, ...

Clean Pastures(1937)

2.6/5 (with 6 votes)

The Lord sees that the stock value of "Pair-o-dice" is dropping on the exchange so he dispatches a slow-witted and slow-talking angel to sinful Harlem to recruit new customers. When this fails, God finds success sending a group of musical angels with a little more swing in their style, so much so that even the Devil wants to join up!

Directed by Friz Freleng

Uncle Tom's Bungalow(1937)

8min | Animation
2.5/5 (with 5 votes)

Warner Bros. cartoon parody of Uncle Tom's Cabin.

Directed by Tex Avery

Japanese King Kong(1933)


A silent 3-reel comedy short that uses the 1933 film King Kong as a backdrop to the story. It was produced by Shochiku Studios (who released the original 1933 film in Japan on behalf of RKO). It is now considered to be a lost film.

Directed by Torajirō Saitō

King Klunk(1933)

| 9min | Comedy, Animation
3.3/5 (with 2 votes)

Pooch the Pup takes his girlfriend and an anthropomorphic camera to the jungle in search of the giant ape, King Klunk. They arrive just as the Hot-Cha tribe is offering one of their own girls to the ape as a sacrifice. King Klunk tries to bite down on her head, but even his enormous fangs can't make a dent in her hard skull. His attention turns to Pete the Pup's girl, whom he snatches up in his huge hand. The ape doesn't know what to make of her until Cupid hits him with an arrow. Suddenly, King Klunk is in love. He even battles a dinosaur to prevent her from getting devoured. During the fight, Pooch takes the opportunity to rescue her. After winning his battle, the ape takes after the fleeing pair, but they defeat him by cracking a giant egg over his head. Soon, Pooch and his girl are exhibiting the giant ape in a big-city theater. Mischievous Cupid reappears to reignite the ape's passion for the girl.

Directed by Walter Lantz

I Want to be a Boarder(1937)

15min | Comedy

A lively short about a husband and wife who seek to reignite their marriage by pretending to be landlady and tenant.

Directed by George Roland, Joseph Seiden - With Leo Fuchs
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