Rejected by the armed services, the stooges decide to "do their bit" by becoming farmers. After paying $1000 and throwing in their car, the boys are owners of a run down farm, which lacks any livestock. After capturing an escaped ostrich, they decide to carve jack-o- lanterns for profit and then must contend with some Japanese who have escaped from a relocation center. The stooges become heroes by capturing the escapees, with the help of explosive eggs laid by the ostrich who had swallowed some blasting powder. Written by
Mitch Shapiro <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The short deals with the relocation centers set up by the U.S. Government during World War II. This was a very controversial issue, and when it was revisited in the 1970s, this short was banned from American television. It is the only Three Stooges short with that distinction. See more
A wire attached to the goose is clearly visible when it bites Curly's nose and flies around. See more
[Curly is dancing and striking poses with some ostrich feathers
Hey, pin-up boy! Get to work, or I'll pin your ears back.