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Goofs on the Loose [1934 film]

by Charles Lamont

Other authors: The Three Stooges

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Men in black (1934): Calling Dr. Howard, Dr. Fine, Dr. Howard. These three nitwits take medical malpractice to a whole new level. Story and screenplay by Felix Adler; directed by Raymond McCarey; director of photography, Benjamin Kline; editor, James Sweeney.The sitter downers (1937): A sit-down strike wins three imbeciles the girls of their dreams. Written by Ewart Adamson; directed by Del Lord; director of photography, George Meehan; editor, Charles Nelson.Punch drunks (1934): Whenever Curly hears "Pop Goes the Weasel," he turns into a fighting madman, so Moe promotes him as the next heavyweight champion of the world. Directed by Lou Breslow; director of photography, Henry Freulich; editor, Robert Carlisle.Playing the ponies (1937): You can lead a horse to water and make him drink if you feed him chili pepperinos, as the Stooges do to a broken-down nag, turning him into the thirstiest - and fastest - racehorse on the planet. Written by Jack Cluett; directed by Charles Lamont; director of photography, Allen G. Siegler; editor, Charles Hochberg.… (more)

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