Stiffy and Mo (Stiffy and 'Erb in 1927) play bailiffs 'who attempt all sorts of subterfuge and disguises to affect entry into a house, but the occupier (Daisy Merritt) is too astute for them' (Brisbane Courier 17 January 1927, p.16).
Among the songs presented in the 1925 Melbourne production were Queenie Paul's composition 'A Smile in Everybody' (sung by Paul and Mike Connors), 'Star of the East', and 'Pyjama Blues'.
This revusical was possibly shorter in duration than the typical one-act musical comedies staged by Nat Phillips, and may have comprised a smaller number of characters.
1925: Bijou Theatre, Melbourne, 9-15 May.
1925: Majestic Theatre, Adelaide; 27 June - 3 July.
1927: Empire Theatre, Brisbane, 15-21 January.