Bud & Lou get jobs in Mr. Fields' Drugstore.

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Hilary Brooke
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Mike Kelly
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Sid Fields / Fields the Druggist (as Sidney Fields)
Joe Kirk ...
Drugstore Counter Customer
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Stinky Davis
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Woman Who Slaps Lou
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Stinky's Mother
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Storyline

The boys are now 8 weeks behind in their rent and their boarding house superintendent catches them trying to sneak in. He's prepared to throw them out but when they indicate that they just can't find work, he sends them to the drug store around the corner. Costello is hired as a sales clerk and soda jerk while Abbott gets to be assistant manager. Mayhem ensues. Written by garykmcd

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Comedy | Family

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TV-G
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5 December 1952 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Goofs

When Bud and Lou are coming out of their apartment on the way to a new job. They run into the woman that had previously slapped Lou. This time she has an umbrella and Lou ducks the first blow. But on her second swing, she connects and he stumbles against the post at the top of the banister. Bud seems to have anticipated that the top was not attached. He reaches out, but fails to completely stop the top from tumbling. See more »

Quotes

[Bud and Lou walk out onstage and a woman holds up a sign listing guest stars in front of Lou's face]
Bud Abbott: What's a matter?
Lou Costello: She put the whole sign right in front of my puss.
Bud Abbott: Well, there's other people in the cast besides ourselves.
Lou Costello: She didn't put it in front of your face.
Bud Abbott: Well, what is the difference.
Lou Costello: What, are you a high-class guy or something? I mean, don't put in front of my face. I want to look at all the people out here.
Bud Abbott: They see enough of your face.
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