Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In this 1929 comedy, two white minstrel comedians, Moran and Mack, in black-face, re-create their most beloved routines in this comedy. Their acts are loosely framed by a story involving a con woman after one of the comedian's money. Despite her efforts the "Crows" end up winning in the end. Among the routines are "Head Man," "Let's Not Talk about That," and the popular "Early Bird Gets the Worm." Some viewers may find the abounding racist attitudes in the film offensive.
friendship, manager, vaudeville