Flywheel, Shyster, and Flywheel is a situation comedy radio show starring two of the Marx Brothers, Groucho and Chico, and written primarily by Nat Perrin and Arthur Sheekman. It was originally broadcast in the United States on the National Broadcasting Company's Blue Network beginning November 28, 1932, and ending May 22, 1933.
The series depicted the misadventures of a small law firm, with Groucho as attorney Waldorf T. Flywheel and Chico as Flywheel's assistant, Emmanuel Ravelli. The series was originally titled Beagle, Shyster, and Beagle, with Groucho's character named Waldorf T. Beagle, until a lawyer from New York named Beagle contacted NBC and threatened it with a lawsuit unless it stopped using the name. Many of the episodes' plots were drawn from Marx Brothers' films.
|Episode Title [Total of: 3]||Category||Rating|
|1 -||Flywheel Shyster Flywheel|
Episode date: 1933-5-2
|2 -||Flywheel Shyster Flywheel - 5 Min Excerpt|
Episode date: 1933-5-8
|3 -||Flywheel Shyster Flywheel - Last 15 Min|
Episode date: 1933-5-15