Straying none too far from the premise of two earlier Edgar Kennedy shorts - Locks and Bonds (1937), and Wall Street Blues (1946), where the wife uses stock certificates as wallpaper - this... See full summary »

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Wally
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Sue Casey ...
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Straying none too far from the premise of two earlier Edgar Kennedy shorts - Locks and Bonds (1937), and Wall Street Blues (1946), where the wife uses stock certificates as wallpaper - this Wally Brown-Jack Kirkwood short finds them as unemployed song-and-dance men who give their landlady 50 shares of what they think is worthless stock to pay their room rent. They hear the stock is worth $6000 and, after some inept second-story work, recover the certificates, only to discover the stock really is worthless. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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16 March 1951 (USA)  »

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