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Herbert Wiere Herbert Wiere ...  Herbie Bell 13 episodes, 1962
Harry Wiere Harry Wiere ...  Harry Bell 13 episodes, 1962
Sylvester Wiere Sylvester Wiere ...  Sylvie Bell 13 episodes, 1962
Henry Norell Henry Norell ...  Henry Slocum 13 episodes, 1962
Carol Byron ...  Kitty Mathews 13 episodes, 1962
Reta Shaw ...  Mrs. Stanfield 13 episodes, 1962
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The Wiere Brothers were an internationally known trio of slapstick comedians. In this series, the brothers worked for Henry Slocum in a Hollywood prop shop along with Kitty Mathews, Slocum's secretary. The brothers managed to turn simple events in large disasters in typical slapstick style. The show only lasted two months. Written by J.E. McKillop <jack-mckillop@worldnet.att.co>

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USA

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English

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8 March 1962 (USA) See more »

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Y a de la joie See more »

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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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Comment on 'Oh, Those Bells'
30 November 2009 | by devonia-596-724393See all my reviews

Here's the story: I was eleven when this first hit the air, but I recognized the Wiere Brothers as comic geniuses from the old Vaudville / Dance Hall days.

The story lines were typical of the era, but the contortions these guys could do with absolute ease and natural good humour was astonishing.

Sadly, the typical viewing public did not share my enthusiasm.

It really was a kinder, gentler world.

I know it's dumb, but I've waited nearly 50 years to tell someone I liked them and thought it was a shame their series ended.

Thank you, IMDd.


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