Ole Olsen (b. John Sigvard Olsen, 6 November 1892, Peru, Indiana, USA, d. 26 January 1963, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA) and Chic Johnson (b. Harold Ogden Johnson, 5 March 1891, Chicago, Illinois, USA, d. 25 Feb 1962, NEVADA, Nevada, USA) had been a zany and unstable humor duo. Olsen produced several fleeting film performances in the first 30s, including Oh, Sailor Behave (1930), Yellow metal Dirt Gertie and Fifty Mil Frenchmen (both 1931). In the second option, a weak edition of 1929’s Broadway strike, Olsen and Johnson both show up. Although popular to vaudeville viewers, the pair didn’t really strike the big-time until they staged their personal Broadway revue, Hellzapoppin’. This is produced jointly as well as the publication was by Olsen, though it appears highly probable that their shows had been joint creations it doesn’t matter how the billing experienced it. This display was a smash strike and went from 22 Sept 1938 to 17 Dec 1941. Olsen and Johnson also made an appearance in the revue Sons O’ Fun (1941-43, that Johnson had written the reserve), Laffing Area Only (1944, reserve by Olsen), and Pardon Our French (1950, co-writing the reserve and co-directing). In addition they co-produced the revue Roads Of Paris (1939), Snookie (1941, that was an extremely short-lived play), as well as the revue Count number Me In (1942). In 1941 a film edition of Hellzapoppin’ was manufactured in which a flimsy story, by Nat Perrin and Warren Wilson, hardly holds jointly a string of crazy routines, a few of which stay extremely funny. On display screen with Olsen and Johnson are Mischa Auer, Elisha Make Jnr., Jane Frazee, Hugh Herbert, Shemp Howard, Richard Street, Robert Paige and Martha Raye. The film presents a tantalizing glance of what this extremely acclaimed duo will need to have been like in the stage.