The stooges are discharged from the army and go to see their fiancée, but find they have been dispossessed and the wedding is off until they find a home. The boys have trouble finding a vacant apartment so they set up housekeeping in a vacant lot. Their housing problems seem to be solved until a farmer destroys their new home with a tractor. The stooges then build a house of their own, but the girls aren't impressed with the one room mansion and walk out on them.
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The Stooges on a Hilarious Hunt for a Home!
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Curly Howard's deteriorating health due to having experienced a succession of small strokes is quite obvious, as is evident in this film by his halting speech and slowed reactions. He would only make three more Three Stooges films before finally succumbing to a massive stroke during filming of the third one, ending his career. He did make an uncredited cameo in a 1947 Stooges short with Shemp, but retired after that. He would go on to suffer two more massive strokes, the final one ending his life in 1952. See more
In the opening scene, Curly attempts to begin his lines before Larry finishes his. See more
If I'm going to work like a horse, I'm gonna eat like one.
Referenced in Hollywood Mouth 2