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A Bird in the Head (1946) Poster

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This short happened to be filming on April 12, 1945. When news of the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt reached the set, filming stopped for the day.
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The animation of the cuckoo clock inside Curly Howard's head was done by Tex Avery.
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Longtime Stooge sound man Edward Bernds' makes his debut as a director. He later said that directing Curly was really difficult due to his health problems and Moe had to coach him line by line. Despite being released in February 1946, this short was filmed first before Micro-Phonies (1945)' (1945) and The Three Troubledoers (1946) (1946) because Bernds was able to convince studio head Harry Cohn to push back the releases for the three shorts. Micro-Phonies (1945)' (1945) was the best of the three Curly shorts because of his bright performance.
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Moe calls the Gorilla "Ingagy." INGAGY was the title of a low budget horror film about a monster gorilla.
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Columbia production reel #4043.
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