Silly Billies

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The boys are a dentist and his assistant traveling to the Old West to open a new practice. Once in town, they buy a business--only to wake up the next day and see that the entire population of this bustling town had left for the California gold fields early that morning! Then, they discover an evil plot to sell out these settlers to some hostile Indians, so they spring to the rescue.

  1. Fred Guiol

    Director, Story

  2. Jack Townley


  3. Al Boasberg


  4. Thomas Lennon


Top Billed Cast

  1. Bert Wheeler

    Bert Wheeler

    Roy Banks

  2. Robert Woolsey

    Robert Woolsey

    Dr. Philip 'Painless' Pennington

  3. Dorothy Lee

    Dorothy Lee

    Mary Blake

  4. Harry Woods

    Harry Woods

    Hank Bewley

  5. Ethan Laidlaw

    Ethan Laidlaw


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Silly Billies


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Status Released

Release Information

  • March 20, 1936


Original Language English

Runtime 1h 4m

Budget -

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