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Bride and Gloom (1947)

Approved | | Comedy, Short | 27 March 1947 (USA)
In this Columbia All-Star Comedy (production number 8439), Shemp Howard finds himself in a love nest with the wrong woman, while his bride-to-be is waiting, none too happy, at the church.

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In this Columbia All-Star Comedy (production number 8439), Shemp Howard finds himself in a love nest with the wrong woman, while his bride-to-be is waiting, none too happy, at the church.

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Shemp's on a howl of a honeymoon! [One-sheet poster]

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Shemp Howard's final film as a solo star. He got called in to replace Curly Howard following his stroke in May 1946. He would co-star by himself in Abbott and Costello's Africa Screams (1949). This short is also notable that it was released a couple weeks after Shemp's first short with Moe and Larry called Fright Night (1947). See more »

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Remake of The Awful Goof (1939) See more »

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9 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

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