Frank Cullen of the American Vaudeville Museum Cinema Project returns with another fine collection of films from the Golden Age of Comedy. All are presented as double-features. First up is 1937's Way Out West starring Laurel & Hardy paired with 1933's Duck Soup starring The Marx Brothers. Next, it's the 1933 Mae West vehicle I'm No Angel paired with 1941's Abbot & Costello classic Hold That Ghost. The weeklong festival closes out with 1940's The Bank Dick starring W.C. Fields and 1941's groundbreaking all-out vaudeville extravaganza, Hellzapoppin'. Pick any double-feature you like, they're all essential viewing.