Hips, Hips, Hooray! is a 1934 American Pre-Code slapstick comedy film starring Bert Wheeler, Robert Woolsey, Ruth Etting, Thelma Todd, and Dorothy Lee. The film showed scantily clad burlesque-style showgirls and female extras as typical of the Hollywood musicals in the Pre-Code era. Doris McMahon portrayed a nearly nude maid who wore only an apron.
The New York Times gave Hips, Hips, Hooray! an unenthusiastic review, stating that it featured “three reasonably hilarious gags and perhaps fifty more that depend on whether you are for or against the ex-vaudeville clowns to begin with.” Alternately, the Prescott Evening Courier described it as “smartly and enthusiastically insane… surpassing all [Wheeler and Woolsey’s] previous efforts.” An Australian reviewer for The Age, felt that it “proved a fairly generously-endowed medley of eccentric dancing, buffoonery and burlesque” and that it provoked “much merriment” from its audience.