The stooges are witnesses at a trial where their friend, a dancer at a nightclub where they are musicians, is accused of murder. The stooges manage to disrupt the proceedings but save the day when they discover the real murderer's identity.Written by
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"Preston Black" is the pseudonym of Jack White, the older brother of Jules White, the head of the shorts department at Columbia Pictures. See more »
The court clerk (James C. Morton) appears to open his mouth early, as Curly launches the bass bow. This is a result of the shot being shown in reverse--the bow was actually in the clerk's mouth first, then pulled away, then the film was shown in reverse. See more »
Well, me and my pals, we're musicians. We were tearin' up some hot swing music in the York Esther. Gail over there was swingin' her fans. Her sweetie Koik Robin was inhalin' a bottle of hooch at a table. And a hoofer by the name of Buck Wing was gettin' ready to shake his tootsies.
Kindly speak English and drop the vernacular.
[holding his Derby hat]
Vernaculah? That's a doiby!
Drop the vernacular!
[Curly drops his hat]
No, no, not that! Talk so the jury can understand!
Is everybody dumb?
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Not only is the 2005 Fox release of Disorder in the Court colorized, it is also the only version to feature sound effects for the eye pokes. All other versions, whether released by Columbia or public domain, never used sound effects for the eye pokes. See more »
This short sets the stage for the Stooges' next 10 years of greatness. It includes a rubber head scene involving a letter press, a stunt double for Curly, a risque (for that era) dance, and some classic Stooge lines, including, "Oh, superstitious. eh?", "Take off your hat!", and, "I'm a victim of soicumstance!". Nonstop mayhem, and Bud Jamison is a riot. Finally, during a brief audience shot, Curly's and Moe's real mother and father (Mr. and Mrs. Horowitz) are sitting in their left front row!
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