"You know I love you doncha'?"
"Yeah I guess so, but I don't think you've above practicing on somebody else!"
Hoofers is a rare 1934 old time radio serial about two dancers competing in the world of vaudeville.
A "hoofer" was a dancer in vaudevillian stage who primary danced with their legs and feet, similar to tap-dancing. In this show we go behind the curtain to see the interpersonal relationship between two star dancers who also happen to be a couple.
Includes friendly couple's banter like:
"Do you know what I like to do?"
"Are you going to miss me darling?"
Tie those tap shoes on tight, the world of a Hoofer in vaudeville is a wild dance. See also: Cecil and Sally and for more "hoofing" recordings, see Fred Astaire Collection. For more early 1930's comedy vaudeville-inspired comedy, see also: Komdie Kapers.