Gene Wilder wheels a bike, Quackser-ly.

Gene Wilder wheels a bike, Quackser-ly.

Patricia Ellis rides a bike, plays a radio.
MUSIC WITH HER BIKE RIDES: PATRICIA ELLIS HAS A RADIO WITH BATTERIES AND EVERYTHING ATTACHED TO HER BICYCLE SO THAT SHE CAN LISTEN TO MUSIC ON THE AIR WHEN SHE RIDES HOME FROM THE FIRST NATIONAL STUDIO WHERE SHE IS FILMING “THE WORLD CHANGES.” First National Pictures, 1933

Patricia Ellis rides a bike, plays a radio.

MUSIC WITH HER BIKE RIDES: PATRICIA ELLIS HAS A RADIO WITH BATTERIES AND EVERYTHING ATTACHED TO HER BICYCLE SO THAT SHE CAN LISTEN TO MUSIC ON THE AIR WHEN SHE RIDES HOME FROM THE FIRST NATIONAL STUDIO WHERE SHE IS FILMING “THE WORLD CHANGES.” First National Pictures, 1933

Bob Hope rides a bike.

Bob Hope rides a bike.

Jan Chaney walks a bike — a Katakura Silk folding bike.

Jan Chaney walks a bike — a Katakura Silk folding bike.

Harold Lloyd models a bike.

Harold Lloyd models a bike.

Muriel Evans wheels a bike.

Muriel Evans wheels a bike.

Alain Delon and Leslie Caron park bikes.

Alain Delon and Leslie Caron park bikes.

Rita Hayworth rides a bike.

Rita Hayworth rides a bike.

Claire Dodd models a bike.

Claire Dodd models a bike.

Suzi Crandall and Leza Holland ride a bike.
NOTHING CAN STOP ‘EM — HOLLYWOOD, CALIF.  Warner Bros’ actresses Leza Holland and Suzi Crandall took the Los Angeles transportation strike in stride. The two girls, who usually ride the bus to work in the morning, hired a two-seater tandem and bicycled 12 miles from Beverly Hills to the studio. They arrived in time for their first scene in “Stallion Road.” Acme 5/3/46

Suzi Crandall and Leza Holland ride a bike.

NOTHING CAN STOP ‘EM — HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. ¬†Warner Bros’ actresses Leza Holland and Suzi Crandall took the Los Angeles transportation strike in stride. The two girls, who usually ride the bus to work in the morning, hired a two-seater tandem and bicycled 12 miles from Beverly Hills to the studio. They arrived in time for their first scene in “Stallion Road.” Acme 5/3/46