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Brideless Groom (1947) Poster

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In one scene, Christine McIntyre discovers that Shemp Howard is not the "Cousin Basil" she thought he was, and slaps him around, then punches him and knocks him through the door. McIntyre, who was not a professional stuntwoman, was timid and had to be coaxed by Shemp into performing the scene believably. She leaned too far in when she "punched" Shemp, and actually did hit him, breaking his nose. The sequence was left in the picture. When it is watched in slow motion, Shemp can be seen falling down and opening his mouth like he was yelling in pain after the punch.
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Although Emil Sitka is famous for the line "Hold hands, you lovebirds!" from this short, the first time he says the line, he actually says, "Join hands, you lovebirds."
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Moe Howard and Larry Fine wore shin guards under their trousers for the scene in which the jilted brides kick them in the shins.
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This is one of four The Three Stooges shorts that are in the public domain, the other three being Disorder in the Court (1936), Malice in the Palace (1949), and Sing a Song of Six Pants (1947). As a result, they are all often released on cheaply produced DVD or video compilations.
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The song that Fanny Dinkelmeyer sings is "Voices of Spring" by Johann Strauss Jr., often performed as part of his opera Die Fledermaus.
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Production number: 4095.
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