Bobby Clark and Paul McCullough take to the streets as pots and pans salesmen, wreaking havoc door to door with their demonstrations of their cookware .

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Bobby Clark and Paul McCullough take to the streets as pots and pans salesmen, wreaking havoc door to door with their demonstrations of their cookware .

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Dopey fun.
25 March 2017 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

In this Radio Pictures short, Clark & McCullough are traveling salesman who are selling plots and pans. To demonstrate how great these things are, the duo go to folks' homes and cook for them. The problem is that the pair are idiots and invariably make a mess of things. It all begins with them blowing up a cop's kitchen! Later, they knock on the door of a house where they want to throw a dinner party and the pair agree to do all the work. The deal sounds too good to be true...and Clark & McCullough manage to botch it AND cook the man's beloved pet duck!

There isn't a lot of depth to this one, but it IS entertaining and made me laugh a couple times. Nothing about this says 'must-see' but it is worth seeing if you a fan of old time comedy.


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