The Three Stooges run the Pip Boys Tailor Shop. They need money to pay a bill for equipment. They hear on the radio that the robber Terry Hargen is on the loose and a large reward is offered for his capture. Hargen comes into their shop and The Boys capture him but the reward goes to the cops. In the end, all is not lost as they find money in Hargen's coat pocket and pay off their debt.
Shemp has inherited $500,000 from his rich uncle Caleb, contingent upon his getting married in seven hours. When several girls want to marry Shemp for the inheritance, chaos ensues. This short feature has what has become one of the most famous quoted lines from Three Stooges supporting player Emil Sitka, as he declares: "Hold hands you love birds."
The Stooges are key witnesses in a murder trial. The plot: 'Who killed Kirk Robbin?' Features the famous swearing in scene with Curly's'Take Off Your Hat' routine. Besides their usual antics, The Boys play musical instruments to accompany one of the best dance scenes - by the character Gail Tempest who is on trial for murder - in any short. The Boys uncover the real killer and solve the mystery.
In the land of Shmow, Larry, Moe & Shemp are restaurateurs. The patrons turn out to be bad guys and the plot evolves to The Boys entering the Emir of Shmow's palace to retrieve a 100 carat diamond from the ancient tomb of King Rutentuten. They subdue the guards in true Three Stooges fashion and get the Emir to acquiesce by posing as a spirit, one on top of another, in Santa Claus suits.
G-Spot: Season 2: Episode 8 -- Gigi decides to throw a party.
To inherit a fortune, voice teacher Shemp must marry before six o'clock, but no girl will accept his proposal. Finally one of his repulsive students agrees to marry him, just in the nick of time. When the rest of the prospective brides hear about the inheritance, they show up at the ceremony and a free for all ensues. Shemp marries before the deadline, but wishes he was still a free man.
The Stooges go out west for Shemp's health. The boys soon run afoul of a local villain who is forcing pretty Nell to marry him. The bad guy has Nell's sisters locked up, and its up to the Stooges to rescue them and save the day.
Shemp is a sick man with a bad case of nerves. The stooge's friend Claude, a self-taught healer, tries to cure Shemp with various home- made remedies. When nothing seems to work, Claude suggests they buy his old lemon of a car so they can take Shemp on a trip to the country. The car won't start, and the trip never gets off the ground, but not to worry, Shemp is cured by all the excitement.
The Stooges are three incompetent plumbers who foul up the plumbing in a fancy mansion where a society party is going on. They manage to catch a couple of thieves masquerading as guests before the whole party degenerates into a pie fight. [A remake of "Vagabond Loafers", with footage from "A Plumbing we will go" and "Half-Wits Holiday". Joe Palma (face hidden) stands in for Shemp.
The Stooges are movers for an express company and on a rainy night are sent to move some junk, including a suit of armor, from a spooky old house. The armor is haunted by the ghost of Peeping Tom, who has no intention of leaving. The ghost foils the Stooges attempts to take the armor, until Lady Godiva shows up and the two ride off together.
Joe accidentally takes a picture of a paper plate, which Moe and Larry submit to a magazine as an authentic picture of a flying saucer. Moe and Larry collect a big prize, but when the picture is proven to be phony, they're hauled off to Jail. Joe then gets a picture of a real spaceship and this time he gets the fame and fortune, while Moe and Larry wind up in a sanitarium.
The Stooges are taking care of their invalid friend Mary who is confined to a wheelchair. At their jobs in a theater, where they hope to earn money for an operation for Mary, they witness a hypnotist, doing his act. The Stooges become subjects for his show and are hypnotized into walking out on a flagpole high above the ground. When they come out of their trance and realize their predicament they fall into a window and foil a robbery in progress thus earning reward money to pay for Mary's operation. [A remake of "Hocus Pocus".]
The screen's great Schnarzan (Jimmy Durante) wants to wow the visiting Baron Munchausen by throwing him a big, bustling Tinseltown bash. Hollywood Party is the wild, wildly inconsistent but ever fun musical-novelty result, spiked with a color cartoon insert from Walt Disney, muscled up with Schnarzan's lion-wrasslin, and thronged with Hollywood's most notable talent.
Joe wins a contest and is promptly fleeced out of his winnings by some con men. When the Stooges go to recover his money, the bad guys convince them that they can get rich by posing as children and becoming the wards of a millionaire. The boys go along with the plan, not realizing that the "millionaire" and his pretty niece are in on the scam and are planning to knock them off. The Stooges foil the plan and recover Joe's money.
A sequel (sort of) to "Hoofs and Goofs", the Stooges are taking care of their sister Birdie who has been reincarnated as a horse. When they learn that her mate "Schnapps", a famous circus horse, is about to be destroyed, they got to the circus grounds to rescue him. The Stooges are successful, and Birdie and Schnapps are reunited.
Joe dreams that the stooge's sister Birdie has died and been reincarnated as a horse. The Stooges take Birdie home but must conceal her from the snoopy landlord. They succeed, but more complications ensue when Birdie gives birth to a colt. Joe wakes up to suffer some abuse from the real Birdie (Moe in drag), when he tells her he dreamed she was a horse.
Would be detectives, the Stooges get a job guarding a Scotch castle while the owner is away. The servants are crooks intent on robbing the castle of its valuables. Though they do their best to frighten the boys off, the Stooges prevail and expose the crooked goings-on.
The stooge's friend Claude sells them his old lemon of a car so they can take Shemp, who is sick with a toothache, camping. The car won't work and the boys are apparently out a bundle, when a car collector happens on the scene and offers to buy it at a premium. Claude backs out on the deal and gives the Stooges their money back, only to discover the "collector" is an escaped lunatic.
The Stooges make a whole batch of homemade beer, but get tossed in jail when Curly sells some to a cop. Their minor indiscretion turns into a forty-year sentence when a keg of beer Curly has hidden under his coat explodes while the boys are being photographed. In prison the Stooges get into more trouble with the warden and wind on the rockpile when they try to escape. Released as old men with long gray beards, the first thing Curly wants is a bottle of beer.
The Stooges are three small time actors looking for a job. They meet three girl dancers in the situation and get a small part in a big producers show at the shipyard. When the rest of the cast doesn't show up, the Stooges and the girls must put on the whole show themselves. The show is a hit and the Stooges marry the girls and head to Niagara Falls for their honeymoon.
Veterninarians Moe, Curly and Larry find their business going to the dogs when one of their prize patients is stolen and held for ransom.
When the Stooges are arrested for treason, a crime punishable by death in the kingdom of Valeska, they use a loudly slurping guard to help cover their noisy escape.
Gold prospectors Larry, Moe and Curly set out to make a better life for themselves and three waitresses, but get served more than they can swallow.
Working as tailors on a navy ship puts the Stooges in a pressing situation after Curly wears the admiral's jacket to a party and is seduced by a spy.
When the Stooges find a baby they take it back to their dog laundry business, but wind up in the dog house when they are accused of kidnapping the baby.
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