Larry, Moe, and Curly Joe work for an editor at a Boston wildlife conservation magazine. They make such a mess of the pressroom that their publisher gets rid of them by sending them out west to stop the slaughter of buffalo. Upon their arrival they find themselves being sought after by every notorious gunslinger in history, including Wyatt Earp, Wild Bill Hickcock, and Jesse James. Luckily, pistol-packing Annie Oakley, who has fallen in love with the handsome editor, agrees to protect them against the bad guys. Written by
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"The Outlaws Is Coming" is coming. (Posters).
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Did You Know?
The actors who portray the gunslingers were local hosts of The Three Stooges
television programs in the 1960s. One of them, Don Lamond
, who was the host in Los Angeles, was Larry Fine
's son-in-law. The other hosts and their respective cities were Joe Bolton (New York), Bill Camfield (Dallas-Ft. Worth), Hal Fryar (Indianapolis), Johnny Ginger (Detroit), Wayne Mack (New Orleans), Ed T. McDonnell (Boston), Bruce Sedley (San Francisco), Paul Shannon (Pittsburgh), and Sally Starr (Philadelphia). See more
When the Stooges and Cabot are riding off in a wagon and the 'bad guys' come up on them in the armed stagecoach. Several shots from the armed stage hit the wagon though the stage and wagon they are approaching head on. The Gatling gun is firing out the side of the armed stage and could not possibly hit the wagon, even when pointed as far forward as possible. See more
[after shooting a telegraph delivery man
That'll teach ya to interrupt me when I'm swoonin' the gals!
The credits appear on the mirrors, windows, bottles and drinking glasses in the saloon set, as well as on a dancing woman's abdomen. See more
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