Maids a la Mode (1933)

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The two-reel comedy team of Thelma Todd and ZaSu Pitts play store clerks, who instead of delivering a couple of dresses to a customer wear them to a swanky society party. Todd, blonde and vivacious, and Pitts, dowdy and nervous, came close to emulating the success of Laurel and Hardy, though it helped immeasurably, it should be said, to have director Gus Meins and such supporting players as Billy Gilbert, Harry Bernard, Charlie Hall, and the pompous Kay Deslys.