The stooges escape from jail when they learn their father, who has just become rich, is planning to leave their mother and marry a young girl. Curly is mistaken for the stooges father (he plays both parts) and marries the girl instead. When they learn that she is working with gangsters who plan to kill their father for his money, they escape and take their father with them. Written by
Mitch Shapiro <firstname.lastname@example.org>
When Larry and Moe are trying to get through the gate using a hammer and chisel just before Curly hits the chisel Moe bumps the gate and it moves open slightly; but is back closed tight when Curly actually swings the hammer. See more »
I got an idea in the back of my head!
Well, bring it out front!
[He hits him in the head]
What is it?
You knocked it clear out!
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As with many other Three Stooges shorts that I have seen, I first saw this one when I got for my birthday The Three Stooges Collection, Vol. 2, and when I first saw this short, I really loved it! Curly really does great making double duty in this one as himself and their father, who is leaving their mother for a blonde, who he intends to marry.
If you really are a very, very, very huge fan of The Ubiqutious Three Stooges, then you will really be laughing hard at this hysterical short! You will explode with laughter when you see the Three Stooges try to get their father back home to their mother, but only while Curly is in danger!
Do you want to see really big laugh out loud hysterical fun? Then this Three Stooges short is for you! I am telling you, you will be laughing yourself silly, you will laugh so hard at this, that no sound will come out! This is not one of their best shorts, but I think that this is one of their best of 1937! And I hope you will agree!
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