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 ...
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The stooges are salesman selling a weight reducing machine. They have no luck until they show up at the house of an eccentric inventor where they are hired as caretakers. When the scientist... See full summary »
The stooges are icemen who, while delivering ice to a house on the top of a high hill, destroy several cakes that a wealthy man is trying to bring home. When their antics cause the servants... See full summary »
The stooges are greeting card salesmen who are mistakenly inducted into the army after escaping from the jealous husband of one of their customers. In bootcamp their sergeant turns out to ... See full summary »
Curly learns that he is named in the will of his rich uncle, so the boys head for the uncle's mansion to attend the reading of the will. They arrive on a dark and stormy night only to find ... See full summary »
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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The killer is a dancer named Buck Wing, a reference to the buck-and-wing dance common in vaudeville and minstrel shows. See more »
When the prosecuting attorney stands up to suggest Curly testify to what he saw (after sitting down on Moe and Larry's tic-tac-toe game), he clearly is not moving his mouth to the words, which one should be able to tell when he turns his head to the right. See more »
Mr. Howard, kindly tell the court what you know about the murder of Kirk Robbin.
[to the Judge]
Well, it was like this, Mr. Court...
Address the judge as "Your Honor".
[to the Judge]
Well, it was like this, my honor...
"Your honor", not "My honor".
Why? Don't you like him?
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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 »
Why Columbia Pictures chose to let this classic fall into public domain while maintaining and renewing its ownership of "Woman Haters" is truly a mystery to me.
The result of Columbia Pictures' not-so-wise logic is that this short has been appearing and reappearing on budget videos and later on budget DVD compilations, usually coupled with "Brideless Grooms" (which was pretty good) and "Malace in the Palace" (which was OK).
This comedy short is truly a classic. The slapstick is non-stop and it is impossible to say who really stole the scenes.
Was it Curly when he took the stand? ("Raise your hand, take off your hat, put your hand here") Or was it Suzanne Kaaren, with her million dollar legs? (Yes, she really had her legs insured for a million dollars.) The Stooges also show off their musical talent which translated to musical comedy. (Did the late great Spike Jones get his idea from this film?) A laugh riot for all...
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