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The stooges are working as bellboys in a large hotel when a side show promoter shows up with 'Lupe', a wild wolfman who promptly escapes. The stooges try to capture the wolfman by playing music to calm him, but music makes the wolfman go berserk and soon the stooges are the ones trying to run away. The boys end up caught in an elevator with the wolfman who shoots them into the sky. Written by
Mitch Shapiro <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Lupe the Wolf Man:
[after Hazel flees, pushes down on the bed where Hazel's roommate is still sleeping]
Hazel, will you lie still!
Lupe the Wolf Man:
[Shakes bed again]
Hazel, wake up. Are you having a nightmare?
[Reaches back to shake Hazel and touches Wolf Man's beard instead]
[Her hair stands up on end and she screams loudly]
[Throws alarm clock and smashes the mirror on top of the dresser]
[the Stooges exit the elevator]
The boss says there's a burglar in the hotel and we gotta find him.
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Another mid-40's effort with Del Lord trying his hand at writing and not having much success(imo). Most of Del's writing seemed to center on doing "spookhouse' antics, something I don't think the boys did well at all, with this short nearly matching SPOOK LOUDER as one of the worst by the team of Moe, Larry, and Curly.
This short would almost reach "throwaway" status, if not for the very first appearance of a fetching blonde by the name of Christine McIntyre.
To quote the boys: "Yowsers, what a dish."
"Dish, she's a flying saucer".
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