After Bud and Lou fail miserably as door-to-door salesmen, their landlord recruits them to earn $100 as "beards" by taking out a beautiful pair of sisters on behalf of a couple hoodlum types. In order to please their father, an eccentric ornithologist, the boys try to install a birdcage-shaped TV antenna on the chimney, where they run into conflict with a feisty roofer, the two impatient toughs, and the inescapable law of gravity.
Gabe Taverney (email@example.com)
24 April 1954 (USA)
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(Western Electric Recording)
Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1
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There's several mistakes with the cigarette on the couch routine. First when she sets the cigarette in the ash tray to sit down she sets it in the wrong way with the lit end on the outside of the ash tray edge. Next after Lou knocks it out and on the cushion there's a close up of it sitting there but when the shot goes back to when Lou starts to sit down it's gone. Then they show it in another close up and it's short even though she only took 2 puffs from it before setting it down. Then as she starts to encroach Lou and they show his rear inching closer and closer to it the cigarette is long again and in a different position. See more
When I take you out with girls, don't we always split 50-50?
Yes. You always split the girls 50-50 with me.
You always take the ones under 50, and give me the ones over 50.