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PLANE NUTS

Complemented with musical numbers taken from a prior MGM feature, Healy and His Stooges rehash their vaudeville act in this short, with the Stooges and Bonnie coming onto the stage to interrupt Healy while he is singing.



The Stooges were to appear in a segment where they fly around the world backwards, but it was cut from the final version. This footage is discussed, with production photos, in Leonard Maltin's television documentary THE LOST STOOGES (1990).

The musical numbers Happy Landing and Dance Until Dawn were taken from the MGM feature film FLYING HIGH (1931). See The Three Stooges Journal # 52 (Winter 1989).

Featuring
Ted Healy and His Stooges
Release Date
October 14, 1933
Studio
MGM
Production Type
Short Subject
Duration
19.8 min.
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Working Title(s):   AVIATION SHORT and AROUND THE WORLD BACKWARDS
Prod. No.:   680

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  • "She promised to meet me at 10 o'clock. It's now half past eight and she's not here yet!""I think she'll be comin' round the mountain when she comes."
    (Moe and Curly)

  • "Noontime means luncheon for someone / Nighttime means sleep for the same / Daytime means brightness for someone / But to me they all mean the rain."
    (Ted Healy)

  • "Now when the music plays The Gates of Hell Are Open, that's where you walk in."
    (Moe)

  • "What would you do if a girl kissed you?" "I'd kiss her back." "What if she was a real tall girl?"
    (Curly & Moe)


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Transcription by Moron4392:  

"PLANE NUTS:" TED HEALY AND HIS STOOGES: METRO GOLDWYN MAYER; {SHORT SUBJECT}: RELEASED ON: OCTOBER 14, 1933:


We open "PLANE NUTS" where we are seeing Moe dressed in a tuxedo as he is now walking out onto a wooden planked stage floor with an ornate gold and red closed stage curtain with braided golden roping with tassels at the end behind him. Moe is now standing there with a really serious look on his face as he has his arms folded behind him.

MOE to the AUDIENCE: {As Moe now has a sweet and smirky smile on his face as Moe is stating to the audience in a mischievous tone of a voice as he is now in the process of taking a bow}: "Ladies and Gentlemen, Ted Healy is next!"

TED to the AUDIENCE: {As Ted is now walking proudly onto the stage dressed in a tuxedo and top hat and is using a walking cane with a really happy look on his face as he is stating to the audience in a polite tone of a voice}: "I thank-you!"

MOE to the AUDIENCE: {As Moe is standing there with his arms by his sides and in a mischievous state says to the audience}: "This is Ted Healy; swhoo!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is now looking at Moe with a slightly mad look on his face as Ted is stating to Moe in a really mean tone of a voice}: "This is Ted Healy; swhoo!"

We are now in the process of seeing Ted with his right hand on Moe's left shoulder as both Ted and Moe are now looking at one another with devious looks as they are now engaged in laughing wickedly with one another in unison.

TED to MOE: {After they had several rounds of wicked laughter with one another as Ted is now in a full blown state of madness as Ted is now taking his left hand and is cracking Moe hard on his kisser as Ted is shouting to Moe in an evil tone of a voice}: "Back to the rat trap!"

We are now seeing Moe exiting off of the stage with a really hurtful look on his face as Moe is now rubbing his face in a state of pain.

We are now in the process of seeing Ted starting to get ready to a song, this will be his first take.

TED to the BAND: {As Ted now has a serious look on his face and is using hand gestures to silence the band until he is ready to sing and is using a polite tone of a voice}: "Will you play my music, please?" {"How do you like that guy?" "This is Ted Healy......!"}:

TED: {STARTING TO SING: TAKE ONE:}: "NOON-TIME MEANS LUNCHEON:"

TED: {Singing happily}: "Noon!"

Ted has now stopped his singing here to regain his composure and then once again starts to sing as we are now hearing the pianist in the background playing the 'scales' in fun as he is waiting for Ted to start to sing again.

Here we go, we are now in the process of seeing Ted getting ready to try his second take all ready at his song, wish him luck, hope this is a good take!

TED: {STARTING TO SING: TAKE TWO:}: "NOON-TIME MEANS LUNCHEON:"

TED: {As Ted has a serious look on his face and he is trying his darndest to complete his song}: "Noon!"

Once again, Ted is not satisfied with this take of his song so he put a halt to it to regain his composure as he is now straightening his suit jacket and hat and hopefully will be able to do a better take here.

TED: {STARTING TO SING: TAKE THREE}: "NOON-TIME MEANS LUNCHEON:"

TED: {Singing as he has a gleeful look on his face and is using a gleeful tone of a voice}: "Noon-time means luncheon for someone; Night-time means sleep for the same; Day-time means brightness for someone; but me......!"

{As Ted was singing here were are now seeing Mrs. Bonnie Bonnell quietly skipping onto the stage as she is presenting to Ted the most sorriest, sadest, pathetic, mangiest, little, un-loved bouquet of wild-flowers, un-denounced to Ted}:

We are now seeing Ted noticing that sad, pathetic, and mangy little bouquet of wild-flowers as he is now hitting himself in the face with them.

TED: {As he is at first looking at that sorry, sad, pathetic, mangy, and un-loved little bouquet of wild-flowers as he is now tossing them onto the stage floor as he is now looking at the right stage exit door with a really mad look on his face as Ted is using a disgusted tone of a voice}: "Come on, stop that, will you please?"

We are now once again seeing the very persistent Ted trying to complete another take of his song, as this will be his fourth try all ready.

TED: {STARTING TO SING: TAKE FOUR:}: "NOON-TIME MEANS LUNCHEON:"

TED: {Singing gleefully}: "But to me, they all mean......!"

This time the poor and innocent Ted is getting his song interrupted as we are now in the process of hearing the ringing of a pesky little telephone in the background.

TED to the AUDIENCE: {As Ted now stopped his singing again, with a really mad look on his face as Ted is stating in a dazed voice}: "I must be in the wrong theatre; or something!"

No matter what the interuptions are, Ted is going to keep trying to complete his song in it's entirety, if it is the last thing that he does, and at this rate it might be, we are now in the process of trying to complete take five.

TED: {STARTING TO SING: TAKE FIVE:}: "NOON-TIME MEANS LUNCHEON:"

TED: {As he now has a happy look on his face and is using a happy tone of a voice and hand gestures to support himself as he is trying his best to ignore that annoying little telephone that is ringing in the background and tackle his song once again. Ted is now in the process of getting in a 'whole dinah-whoppin' two words}: "The rain......!"

Ted is now getting pretty perturbed as his song is being interrupted so often as this time it is by Moe and Larry as they are now skipping merrily onto the stage as Moe is bringing out a coffee side table and a telephone as Larry is now bringing out a chair as they are now in the process of setting them up.

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is using a low and mischievous tone of a voice and has a look of mischief on his face as he is stating to Moe}: "All right, wait a minute, don't rush it, I got it, I got it!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe has now finished setting down the table and the telephone with a look of mischief on his face and is using a mischievous tone of a voice}: "Coming right up, stop it, right here, stop, right here!"

TED to MOE and LARRY: {As Ted is now approaching them and looking at them with a dazed look on his face and his hands on his waist as Ted is shouting to them in a disgusted voice}: "Boy's, boy's, I, I'm not bothering you fellas, am I?"

LARRY and MOE to TED: {As Larry and Moe are now looking at Ted with really devious looks on their faces as they are stating to Ted in a state of mischief}: "Naha, that's all right, go right ahead, yeah, sure. go right ahead, we've got the table and phone set-up all right, set her up boys!"

We are now seeing Larry and Moe with looks of pride on their faces at the taks tehy well completed as they are now skipping merrily off of the stage.

You guessed it, Ted is never going to give up on trying to complete his song as Ted is now in the process of trying to complete his sixth take.

TED: {STARTING TO SING: TAKE SIX:}: "NOON-TIME MEANS LUNCHEON:"

TED: {As he is trying his best to complete his song as he is now in a full blown state of mischievous madness}: "Noon-time means luncheon for someone!"

Once again, Ted is now getting his song interrupted as that pesky and annoying little telephone keeps on ringing in the background.

TED to the AUDIENCE: {As Ted now has a look of bewilderment on his face as he is stating to the audience in a really apologetic tone of a voice}: "The phone is ringing. I got to answer the phone!"

We are now seeing Ted sitting down at that little coffee side table with a really disgusted look on his face as he is now answering the telephone.

TED to the TELEPHONE: {As Ted has a serious look on his face and is using a serious tone of a voice as Ted is now noticing that he is talking with his Stock Broker}: "Hello, what? Don't Tell me everything is all right in the Market, yes, I......!"

As Ted was trying to complete his business conversation with his Stock Broker we are now in the process of hearing the ringing of a second buggy and pestery little telephone in the background.

TED to LARRY and MOE: {As Ted now has a mad look on his face and is shouting to them in a mad tone of a voice as Ted is now extending the telephone in their direction; {off stage}: "I've got it fellas!"

TED to his STOCK BROKER: {As Ted has a really disgusted look on his face and is using a mad tone of a voice}: "Hello, yes?"

Ted still cannot complete his business call in private with his Stock Broker as that pesky, annoying, buggy, and troublesome second little telephone keeps on ringing in the background.

TED to LARRY and MOE: {As Ted now has a really dazed look on his face as Ted is stating to them in a dazed tone of a voice as Ted is now waving his telephone receiver in their direction; {off stage}, as Ted is stating in a really disgusted voice}: "I've got it, you see, I've got the phone, don't ya?"

Here we are now seeing Moe walking onto the stage in a state of pride as Moe is holding onto a switch-board like contraption which consists of an un-finished wooden frame. There are six cross bars; three vertical and three horizontal inside. On the top of the frame we see three kids toy bycycle bells hooked there. On the middle bar there are three light bulb sockets lined-up neatly and are wired to a metal piping that is hooked onto the entire width of the frame. Plus there are four light switches also neatly lined-up and are also wired to the metal piping. Plus there are two more additional wooden bars, one on the top of the contraption and the second one is at the bottom. On the top board there are three door bell buzzars lined-up and are wired to the metal piping. On the bottom board there are four more door buzzar bells also wired to the metal piping. We are now seeing the door buzzars and the light sockets ringing and lighting up as they are constantly ringing.

We are now in the process of seeing Ted still holding onto his telephone as Ted is now in the process of pushing the second bottom buzzar bell to act like he is shutting off a switch-board extension wire to shut-up the ringing of that annoying second little telephone.

Moe now has a really happy look of accomplishement on his face as Moe is now walking off of the stage in pride with his switch-board contraption.

TED to his STOCK BROKER: {As Ted is still sitting at that little table with a really worried look on his face as he is saying in a really worried tone of a voice}: "Yes, what? bad news? The Market crashed, don't tell me, yes, everything......!"

We are now seeing Moe and Larry running back onto the stage in a state of mischievous hurry as Moe is now grabbing the table and the telephone from Ted and Larry is now in the process of dumping Ted out of the chair.

TED to the AUDIENCE: {As Ted now has a look of mischief on his face and is pointing a finger in the direction of the telephone as Ted is now using a mischievous tone of a voice}: "Heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha; busy line!"

Now let me see, if my memory serves me correctly, we are now in the process of seeing poor Ted trying his seventh take on his song, yes, I did remember right, here we go with take seven.

TED: {STARTING TO SING: TAKE SEVEN:}: "NOON-TIME MEANS LUNCHEON:"

TED to the BAND: {As Ted is stating to them in a serious tone of a voice and is holding out his left hand to state a sign of please, wait}: "Ready, please?"

TED: {Once again with a dazed look on his face as he is trying to complete his song once again}: "Noon-time means luncheon!"

Ted is now once again putting a halt to his singing as he is now again regaining his composure and is trying for a better take.

What, now, if things are serving me correctly, this will be Ted's eighth take on his song, yes, it is take eight!

TED: {STARTING TO SING: TAKE EIGHT:}: "NOON-TIME MEANS LUNCHEON:"

TED: {Singing happily at his eighth take of his song}: "Noon-time means luncheon for someone; {Here we are now seeing Ted looking behind himself and to his sides to see if everything is totally duckey}: {"I'm all right now!"}: Night-time means sleep for the same!"

We are now finding out that everything was not totally duckey for Ted. We are now seeing Curly dressed in a pair of over-sized, torn, ankle lenght, black tuxedo trousers, a black, torn, over-sized tuxedo jacket, a white, dirty, torn, and over-sized tuxedo shirt, a longer length black tuxedo tie that is tied crookedly, and white stockins' skipping merrily onto the stage as Curly is now in the process of happily tapping Ted on his shoulder.

CURLY to TED: {As Curly now has a happy and smirky smile on his face as he is now whispering into Ted's ear}: "I have something I'd like to tell ya!"

Ted has now given Curly a boink on his forehead as we are now in the process of seeing Curly merrily turning around and skipping happily off of the stage.

TED to the AUDIENCE: {As Ted now has a look of madness on his face and is using a mad tone of a voice in reference to Curly}: "Heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha; I'll straighten him out later!"

Yes, BINGO!!!!! we all have guessed correctly, we are now seeing Ted on his ninth take of his song, hoping to complete it totally.

TED: {STARTING TO SING: TAKE NINE:}: "NOON-TIME MEANS LUNCHEON:"

TED: {As he still has his mad look on his face as he is now getting in a whole sum total of four words before he is once again interrupted}: "Noon-time means luncheon!"

We are now in the process of seeing Moe, Larry, and Curly marching happily onto the stage; {Moe and Larry are dressed in regular tuxeodoes as Curly is still in his wild tuxedo}: The three of them all have really huge smiles on their faces as they are now approaching Ted.

MOE; LARRY; and CURLY to TED: {As they are stating to Ted in happy and unison tones of voices}: "Here we are, here we are!"

TED to MOE; LARRY; and CURLY: {As Ted has a look of madness on his face and is using a really mad tone of a voice}: "I knew it, I knew it, that they would show up, I know ya here, that's all right boys!"

MOE; LARRY; and CURLY to TED: {As they have now finished marching happily onto the stage is states of glee with gigantic smiles on their faces as Moe and Curly are stating in happy voices}: {CURLY STATES FIRST: "Here we are!"}: {MOE THEN REPLIES: "All together!"}:

TED to MOE; LARRY; and CURLY: {As Ted now pats Curly on his shoulder and is laughing slightly and states to them in a mischievous voice}: "Ah, yeah, I know you are here, that's all right boys, now the poole rooms are empty!"

TED to CURLY: {As Moe, Larry, Curly, and Ted all have happy and mischievous looks on their faces as Ted goes to shake Curly's hand says to Curly in a happy and polite tone of a voice}: "How are ya, boys?" {Ted is now in the process of shaking hands with both Larry and Moe}:

MOE; LARRY; and CURLY to TED: {As the three of them are smiling at Ted mischievously and is using mischievous voices}: "OKAY!"

TED to CURLY; LARRY; and MOE: {As Ted now has a hand on Curly's shoulder and the other hand on his waist as Ted is asking Curly in a mischievous voice}: "Tell me where you, where you, ah, where you boys, where you boys are from?"

MOE; LARRY; and CURLY to TED: {In unison and in low, mischievous and monotone voices as they are putting their arms around their waists and are bobbing up and down and are shuffling and skipping to and fro around the stage as they are saying mischievously}: "We're from the south, yazoo, yes sir, hallelujah, yazoo, yes sir, yeah man, yes sir, we're from the south, yazoo, yazoo, hallelujah!"

TED to MOE; CURLY; and LARRY: {As Ted now does a little shuffle dance himself with one hand on his waist and his other hand on Curly's shoulder says in a fun sounding voice}: "Wait a second, are, are you boys really from the south?"

LARRY to TED: {As Larry raises one hand in pride and has the other hand on his chest as he is bowing up and down and shuffling to and fro states mischievously}: "Zellachon, zir, laiden!"

MOE and CURLY to TED: {As Moe and Curly are now deciding to jump onto the band wagon of fun as they are now raising their hands in pride and are dancing and bobbing around the stage in circles states}: "Ah, yes sir, yes sir, yazoo, yazoo, yowzir, yowzir, hallelujah, hallelujah, yazir, yazir, hallelujah, yowzir, yazoo!"

TED to LARRY; CURLY; and MOE: {As Ted has a mischievous look on his face and one hand on his waist and his other hand on Curly's shoulder}: "Are you boys really from the south? Did you ever, did you ever, hear of Abraham Lincoln!?"

CURLY to TED: {As Curly is now walking up to Ted with a happy and mischievous look and is using a mischievous voice as Curly is extending his hand in a shake of friendshipness and states mischievously}: "Glad to meet you, stranger!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted now smacks Curly across the kisser in a state of madness as Ted is saying to him madly}: "Ah, you stop me, ehy, hey, wait a minute, wait a second!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is now looking at Moe with a mischievous look on his face as Ted is asking Moe in a devious tone of a voice}: "Hey, you, in the centre there, with the spittoon hair cut, what, ah, what's your name?"

MOE to TED: {As Moe is now looking at Ted with a blank stare on his face and is answering Ted in a low and monotone voice}: "George Washington!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is now laughing mischievously and is using hand gestures to represent the chopping of an axe}: "Oh, you picked a good name, say, are you the fella that chopped down a cherry tree?"

MOE to TED: {As Moe is looking at Ted with a perplexed look on his face and is using a perplexed tone of a voice}: "No, I ain't worked in a year and a half!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted now reaches over and gives Curly a smack on his cheek as Ted is now giving a slaute}: "In a year and a half, you know, you know, Washington's a great man, and his partner, the Great Frenchman Lafayette: 'VIVA LA FRANCE!'

Moe, Larry, and Curly are now also saluting and are saying in unison as theyr are now once again bobbing up and down and are shuffling to and fro and are saying mischievously: 'VIVA LA FRANCE!'

As they are saluting we are now seeing Larry in a state of happy mischief as Larry is now taking a little kazoo form his front suit jacket pocket and is now bobbing up and down with one hand on his chest and is also shuffling to and fro and is now blowing his little kazoo in glee. Larry then clicks his heels together and states mischievously: 'OKAY, AMERICA!'

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now in the state of madness as he is now in the process of giving Larry several eyepokes}: "Ah, who's asking you?"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is standing there 'Blinded' from the eyepokes and is looking at the stage floor in worry states to Moe in a worried tone of a voice}: "Wait, now, give mey my eyes back!"

Moe has now turned in a state of madness as he is now giving Curly several un-deserved eyepokes as Curly is now rubbing his eyes in pain. Ted then gives Curly a boink on his cocoanut. As Ted now decides to be 'NICE' to Moe and Larry as he now decides to administer a boink to each of their cocoanuts.

TED to MOE; LARRY; and CURLY: {As Ted now patting them on their shoulders and is now approaching Larry in a state of mischief}: "Wait now, wait a second boys, wait a second, wait a minute!"

TED to LARRY: {As Ted now puts one hand on Larry's shoulder and the other hand on his waist and is asking Larry in a quizzical tone of a voice}: "Where, where, did you get that whistle, son?"

LARRY to TED: {As Larry is now looking at his little kazoo; {whistle}; and is stating to Ted in a happy tone of a voice}: "My father gave me the whistle!"

TED to LARRY: {As Ted now has a dazed look on his face as he still has one hand on Larry's shoulder and the other hand on his waist states mischievously}: "The olde man gave you the whistle!"

TED to LARRY: {As Ted now snaps his fingers and has a gleeful look on his face and is asking Larry in a gleeful tone of a voice}: "What is he, a Cop?"

LARRY to TED: {As Larry has a look of mischief on his face and is responding back to Ted in a mischievous tone of a voice}: "Naha, he's a street cleaner!"

TED to LARRY: {As Ted states in a beyond the enth-degree mischievous voice and a look of mishcief on his face}: "Oh, he makes with the garbage, ehy?"

LARRY to TED: {As Larry is now so full of mischief as he is stating to Ted mischievously}: "But he couldn't work yesterday!"

TED to LARRY: {As Ted is now looking at Larry with a blank look and is asking Larry in a questionable tone of a voice as he still has one hand on Larry's shoulder and his other hand on his waist}: "No, why not?"

LARRY to TED: {As Larry is looking at Ted with a mischievous look and is using a mischievous voice}: "The wind was against him!"

TED to LARRY: {As Ted now smacks Larry on his face and Moe reaches over and gives Larry his second series of un-deserved eyepokes}: "The wind, ha-ha, stop that, will you please?"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is looking at Larry mischievously and is using a devious tone of a voice as Moe is now giving poor Larry his third series of un-deserved eyepokes states to him madly}: "Who's asking you?"

CURLY to MOE: {As Curly has a hand on Moe's shoulder and is looking at Moe with a really mad look on his face as Curly is shouting to Moe in a really hurtful tone of a voice in Larry's defense}: "Hey, stop killing him, will ya?"

Moe is now in the process of giving Curly several more eyepokes as Ted is now in the process of approaching Curly.

TED to CURLY: {As Ted now grabs Curly by the arm and gives him another boink on his forehead as Curly in a state of wonderment}: "Now, what happens here, what happens here, what happens here, son!?"

CURLY to TED: {As Curly now waves his arms in glee and has a gleeful and mischievous look on his face and is using a stern voice}: "Right here's where we go into a Snappy Gag!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is giving Curly a look of mischief with one hand on Curly's shoulder and the other hand on his waist as Ted states to Curly in a voice of wonderment}: "Well, go into something, will ya, go into a Snappy Gag!"

CURLY to TED: {As Curly has a look of mischief on his face and is using a mischievous voice and hand gestures to support himself}: "I walk down the street and he says to me, did you take a bat?" {Here Curly is referencing to Moe}:

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is now in a state of total confusion and has one hand on Curly's shoulder as Ted asks Curly in a confused and questionable tone of a voice}: "Did you take a what?"

CURLY to TED: {As Curly is in a state of wonderment with a dazed look on his face and is using a quizzical tone of a voice and hand gestures to support himself}: "A BAT!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted has a quizzical look on his face and is asking Curly in a questionable tone of a voice to see if he is understanding Curly correctly}: "A bath?"

CURLY to TED: {As Curly has a perplexed look on his face and is using a totally perplexed tone of a voice as he stated to Ted}: "YEAH!"

TED to MOE: {As poor Ted now has a look of dismay on his face and is using a dismayed tone of a voice}: "How do you spell it?"

Ted is now pointing at Moe as Larry is standing by Moe's right side with a slightly laughing and mischievous look on his face.

MOE to TED: {As Moe is standing there with a blank look on his face and Moe is using a dumbfounded tone of a voice}: "I never heard of it!"

Larry and Curly both are standing in the background looking at the goings ons betwixt Moe and Ted with dumbfounded looks on their faces.

TED to CURLY: {As Ted has a look of wonderment on his face and is using a voice of wonderment as Ted now has one hand on Curly's should and the other hand on his waist as Ted is now thoroughly confused}: "All right now, all right, go ahead again!"

CURLY to TED: {As Curly is now mad and is shouting to Ted in a tad louder and madder tone of a voice}: "Now, I walk down the street and I give 'em the first swift gag!"

CURLY to MOE: {As Curly is now approaching Moe in a totally calm state and is stating to Moe in a calm and collective tone of a voice as he is extending his hand in a handshake of friendship}: "Hello, Moe!"

MOE to CURLY: {As Moe is now shaking Curly's hand with a look of mischief on his face and Moe is asking Curly in a mischievous tone of a voice}: "Hello kid, did you take a bath this morning?"

CURLY to MOE: {As Curly has a perplexed look on his face and is using a dazed tone of a voice}: "Naha, somebody was in the bathroom!"

MOE to CURLY: {As Moe is now giving Curly a look of mischief and is using a mischievous tone of a voice}: "What time was that?"

CURLY to MOE: {As Curly now has a look of madness on his face and is stating to Moe in a mad and slightly mischievous tone of a voice}: "About nine o'clock!"

MOE to CURLY: {As Moe is now in a full blown state of mischief states to Curly}: "That was my wife!"

CURLY to MOE: {As Curly is now looking at Moe with a sneaky, smirky, and mischievous look and ins in a state of mischief as Ted is standing in the background laughing and Moe now slaps Curly on the cocoanut knocking him backwards as Ted is now catching him as Curly states mischievously}: "Ain't she skinny!"

MOE to CURLY: {As Moe is in a really mad state and slaps Curly once again hard on his forehead states madly}: "What's the matter with you?"

As Moe and Curly were engaged in their very stimulating and intellectual conversation about personal hygiene we are seeing Larry standing there in the background playing with his hands and laughing mischievously.

Ted is now in a state of madness as he is now hitting both Moe and Curly on their foreheads with his fists simultaniously.

MOE to CURLY: {As Moe now has a really mad look on his face as Moe is now grabbing Curly by his shirt collar in madness states to Curly}: "That's the wrong answer, you rat!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now approaching Moe in a thorough state of madness asks Moe in a mad and questionable tone of a voice}: "What did you say?"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now spastically mad at Curly is now shouting to Larry}: "He's a rat!"

Ted, Curly, Moe, and Larry all have looks of wonderment on their faces as we are now seeing Mrs. Bonnie Bonnell stomping madly onto the stage.

Mrs. Bonnell is now stomping loudly onto the stage in a state of madness. Mrs. Bonnell is dressed in a knee-lenght black pleated skirt, a medium grey coloured blazer, with black, grey, and white grograin ribbon on the lapels. White satin dress blouse with lace down the front and on the collar. A black hat with a huge grey and black feather in the back. Cubed heeled shoes with bows on them and bobby styled stockins' on.

BONNIE to TED; CURLY; MOE; and LARRY: {As she has a mad look on her face and is asking them in a mad tone of a voice as she is standing there with her hands on her waist}: "Did you call me?"

TED to BONNIE: {As Ted still has one hand on his waist and the other hand on Curly's shoulder as Curly is looking at Ted in wonderment as Ted is looking at Bonnie mischievously and is asking her in a loud and shouting voice}: "Now, wait a minute, will you leave me alone, Miss!"

MOE to BONNIE: {As Moe is pointing a hand at Ted and has a smirky, mischievous smile on his face as Moe is asking Bonnie in a mischievous voice}: "What are you doing walking out here and in-rupping Ted Heal?"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is so confused about what in the world is going on with a mad look on his face and is using a mad tone of a voice asks Moe}: "What is my name?"

MOE to TED: {As Moe is now standing there grinning from ear to ear in full blown state of mischief states}: "Ted Heal!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted still has a hand on Curly's shoulder and Curly is looking at both Moe and Ted happily as Moe is looking at Ted mischievously as Ted is stating to Moe in a really disgusted state}: "How do you like that? Ted Heal!"

TED to BONNIE: {As Ted is so thoroughly mad and disgusted with the whole shannigans as he is rudely shouting to her}: "Go ahead!"

BONNIE to TED: {As she is now in a true state of madness and sadness as she is saying to Ted in a really hurtful tone of a voice}: "You don't have to holler at me!"

Moe, Larry, and Curly are now looking at Bonnie with hurtful looks of dismay.

TED to BONNIE: {As Ted is still in a total state of madness but has now slightly calmed down as Ted is asking Bonnie in a more relaxed tone of a voice}: "What are you out her for, Miss?"

BONNIE to TED: {As she is standing proudly with her right foot extended in front of her left foot as she is tapping her right foot as she is waving a finger at Ted mischievously}: "Take a number from one to ten!"

TED to BONNIE: {As Ted is in a state of question and mischief on his face with his hands folded behind his back and is saying in a low, monotone and dumb sounding voice}: "Take a number from one to ten!"

BONNIE to TED: {As she is standing there disgusted and says to Ted in a low, monotone, and mad voice as she is still slightly tapping her right foot on the stage}: "YES!"

TED to BONNIE: {As Ted is standing there in total wonderment says to her in a dumb voice}: "I got it!"

BONNIE to TED: {As she is standing there with one hand on her waist in a state of madness and has a look of mischief on her face asks him}: "What is it?"

TED to BONNIE: {As Ted is so dumb to the rules of this game and has a dumbounded look on his face and says to Bonnie in wonderment}: "SIX!"

BONNIE to TED: {As she is standing there with her hands on her waist and her right foot in front of her left foot as she is now laughing slightly and is now snapping her fingers}: "CORRECT!"

BONNIE to MOE; CURLY; and LARRY: {As she has now snapped her fingers at them and waves them over with her hand as they are now huddling together in a state of mischief as she is stating to them}: "Come here a minute!"

Here we are seeing Bonnie, Curly, Larry, and Moe all in a huddle as they are now planning their next mischievous plot against Ted.

TED to BONNIE; CURLY; MOE; and LARRY: {As Ted is now waving a finger at them in a state of madness and is shouting tot hem in a loud and mad tone of a voice}: "Now, wait a minute now, here, here, now don't surround me, get out here!"

We are now in the process of seeing Moe, Larry, Bonnie, and Curly busting up their little huddle.

TED to BONNIE: {As Ted is now so stupid to Bonnie's shannigans as Ted is looking at her, Curly, Larry, and Moe with a look of dismay on his face and is using a really dumb sounding voice as he now snaps his fingers}: "Listen, do that again, I wasn't watching, I'll get it, go ahead!"

BONNIE to TED: {As she is standing behind Moe, Larry, and Curly as she has a look of dismay on her face and still one hand on her waist as she is asking Ted in a really mean voice}: "All right, all right, take a number from one to ten!"

TED to BONNIE: {As Ted is so stupid and ignorante to the enth-degree about how this version of the numbers guessing game is being played as Ted is standing there with his hands folded behind his back and a look of worry}: "All right, I got it!"

BONNIE to TED: {As Bonnie is standing there in a pure mischievous state asks Ted}: "What is it?"

TED to BONNIE: {As Ted has now crossed over to retarded as the rules of the game and has a worried look on his face and states in a questionable voice}: "TWO!"

BONNIE to TED: {As she is standing there with one hand on her waist and her right foot in front of her left foot as she is now lauging mischievously and states in a mischievous manner as she once again snaps her fingers}: "CORRECT!"

TED to BONNIE: {As Ted is standing there scratching his head and is babbling to himself in a questionable state as he cannot figure out how this version of the numbers game is being played}: "Now, wait a minute, wait a second, I can get that!"

Ted is now pondering over how Bonnie can be correct everytime at his guesses. Bonnie, Curly, Larry, and Moe are standing there looking at the floor and are laughing loudly at how stupid Ted is.

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is pointing a finger at Curly and has a look on question on his face and is asking Curly in a confused and questionable tone of a voice}: "You take a number from one to ten!"

CURLY to TED: {As Curly is standing there looking at Ted with a thorough state of mischief and slightly laughing as he is holding onto his hands states gleefully}: "I got it!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is standing there with one hand on his chin and a look of dismay on his face as he is asking Curly in a voice of wonderment is it}: "SIX!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted now snaps his fingers and has a really perplexed look on his face as Ted states mischievously}: "I'm wrong, I had five! I don't know how to do this!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is in a full blown perplexed manner and states to Curly in a full blown dumb and retarded sounding voice}: "Hey, wait a second here, look at me now!" {Ted is now shouting loudly and madly at Curly}: "You take a number from one to ten!"

CURLY to TED: {As Curly is standing there with his hands folded and a really mischievous look on his face and is grinning from ear to ear happily}: "I got it!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted has a mad look on his face and has a hand on his waist and one on Curly's shoulder is asking Curly in a worried and dumb sounding voice}: "Is it ONE?"

CURLY to TED: {As Curly is standing there smiling mischievously with his hands folded as he is now having a ball playing on Ted's stupidness}: "NOPE!" {Here we are now seeing Ted smack Curly on his cheek once}:

TED to CURLY: {As he is now so dumb and retarded and is looking like a total 'MORON' to this game and beyond the enth-degree confused as Ted is now retardedly asking Curly}: "Not ONE, unha, is it TWO?"

CURLY to TED: {As Curly is standing there having the time of his life at making poor Ted look really dumb and retarded as Curly is now laughing loudly and states mischievously}: "NOPE!" {Here we are now seeing Ted smacking Curly on his face twice}:

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is so confused about the rules of this game and is making himself look like a total fool asks Curly}: "Not TWO; unha, is it THREE?"

CURLY to TED: {As Curly is now having so much fun at making Ted look like a 'Simple Simon' as Curly states mischievously}: "NOPE!" {Here Ted is now smacking Curly on his face thrice}:

Moe is now thoroughly disgusted with Curly and Moe swings Curly around and smacks him on his face and administers several eyepokes.

MOE to CURLY: {As Moe is still thoroughly disgusted with Curly and is shouting at Curly at the top of his lungs in madness is asking him in a loud and questionable voice}: "What's the number?"

CURLY to MOE: {As Curly is now laughing loudly in a state of mischief as he states mischievously to Moe}: "TWENTY-TWO!"

Moe is now mad at Curly and his response as Moe hits poor Curly on his cocoanut once again along with applying several more eyepokes.

Ted then gives Curly several more eyepokes also as Moe is now being 'NICE' to Larry as he is giving Larry several more un-necessary eyepokes.

MOE to CURLY: {As Moe is looking at Curly madly, as he is giving Larry more eyepokes asks Curly in a mad voice}: "Who asked you anyways, quit this stuff, will ya?"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now beyond the enth-degree mad at Moe for picking on Curly that Larry is shouting wickedly to Moe}: "Will you leave him alone?"

BONNIE; LARRY; CURLY; and MOE: {As we are now seeing them arguing amongst themselves as they are now shouting to one another in unison}: "Hey, wait a minute, quit that, quit that will ya?"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted now has a mad look on his face as he is grabbing poor and innocent Curly by the shoulder in utter madness}: "Stop that, stop that!"

Moe is now in the process of being so mad with all of the shannigans he is now again giving Larry and Curly more un-deserved eyepokes.

BONNIE to MOE: {As Bonnie is looking at Moe, Larry, and Curly in dazement as she is shouting madly at Moe}: "Aaaaha-aaaaha-aaaaha-aaaaha-aaaaha-aaaaha-aaaaha-aaaaha; stop that, stop that will ya?"

TED to BONNIE; MOE; LARRY; and CURLY: {As Ted is so mad at them we are now seeing smoke rising out of the top of Ted's cocoanut as he is dementedly shouting wickedly to them}: "I'll tell you one thing, the whole mob of you belongs in a lunatic asylum, in the insane asylum, the four of ya, belongs there!"

BONNIE to TED: {As Bonnie is now in a really scared state as she is supporting a hurtful tone of a voice as she is stating to Ted in a really scared voice}: "Oh no; oh no; we don't; no we don't!"

MOE to TED: {As Moe now has a cute little smirky, mischievous smile on his face and is pointing a finger at Ted mischievously states}: "You, ain't bad either!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is standing there with a hand on Curly's shoulder and Curly has a look of dismay on his face and Ted is giving Moe a wicked look states}: "Don't worry about me, I'm the boss, don't worry about me!"

MOE to TED: {As Moe is so full of mischief as Moe is now asking Ted in a really devious sounding voice}: "All right boss, can you stand a mental test?"

TED to MOE; LARRY; CURLY; and BONNIE: {As Ted now has a mad look on his face as he is now crossing his arms in front of himself in a thorough state of disgust and is shouting loudly and dementedly a them}: "How do you like that, can I stand, can I stand, why, certainly I can stand a mental test!"

BONNIE to TED: {As Bonnie, Moe, Larry, and Curly are now having the times of their lives at making Ted look like he is a 'MENTAL CASE' as she is now pointing a finger at Ted and says mischievously}: "Okay, do what we tell ya!"

TED to BONNIE; LARRY; MOE; and CURLY: {In a questionable state as he is now in the process of making a gigantic fool of himself}: "Okay, yeah!"

MOE to TED: {As Moe is smiling from ear to ear mischievously as Moe is the first one at taking a turn of making Ted look like a 'spastic case' as Moe is now giving Ted his first command}: "Put your right hand on your right ear!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is now proceeding with the command that Moe gave him of putting his right hand on his right ear as he is obidentally following Moe's command}: "You mean here?"

MOE to TED: {As Moe is having so much fun with Ted that Moe cannont stand it states to Ted mischievously}: "YEAH!"

CURLY to TED: {As Curly is now taking his turn in the fun of making Ted look like a complete idiot as Curly has a look of wicked mischief on his face as Curly is stating to Ted}: "Put your right foot behind your left!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is still being a very obident idiot and is responding to Curly in a mischievous stated}: "How do you like that, yeah!"

Ted then goes ahead and puts his right foot behind his left foot as he is being a very obidient dumb-bell to them and to the face that they are making poor Ted look like a complete blubbering idiot.

LARRY to TED: {As Larry is now taking his turn mischievously at making Ted look like a complete dumb and blubbering idiotic 'MORON' states}: "Put your right hand on your right hip!"

TED to LARRY: {As Ted is now beeing a good and obidient idiotic Guiniea Pig and with Larry still laughing so hare as Larry is about to bust a gutt as Ted states}: "OKAY!"

BONNIE to TED: {As she was waiting patientlly for her second mischievos turn at making Ted look like the 'TOP MENTAL CASE OF THE CENTURY' as she is stating to him wickedly}: "Turn your head that way!" {She is now pointing to Ted's left side}:

MOE to TED: {As Moe is so enjoying all of the shannigans they are completing to make Ted look like a blubbering idiotic 'MORON' as Moe is saying to Ted}: "Now, throw your head back!"

The obidient, stupid, idiot Ted is now in the process of tossing his head backwards as he is now looking like a replica statue of 'Aphidities'.

Bonnie, Moe, Curly, and Larry are now laughing so hard that they are busting their gutts and are now shouting to Ted in a queerish and slightly flirtatious manner: "WOO-WOO-WOO!"

MOE to BONNIE; CURLY; and LARRY: {As Moe is now in a slightly scared mood and is shouting to them in a really scared and panicking voice}: "Let's go, let's get out of here, before he get's us!"

We are now seeing Bonnie, Curly, Larry, and Moe putting their tails betwixt their trousers as they are now taking a high dive and are running as fast as they can off of the stage to void being attacked by the really retarded looking and very embarrassed Ted Healy.

TED to the AUDIENCE: {As Ted now has a really embarrassed look on his face as Ted is stating in a really embarrassed tone of a voice}: "How do you like that? 'woo-woo-woo-woo-woo-woo; heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha; maybe they are right!"

{Personal Notational Here: {The entire skit scenes here are a really poor re-work of the wonderful ones completed in 'SOUP TO NUTS' SEPTEMBER 28, 1930: BY: SHEMP; HARRY; LARRY; and TED: AS THEIR ACT AS 'THE GIG AND GAG TRIO' at 'THE FIREMAN'S BALL:' Sorry; CURLY FANS: THE SHEMP VERSION RULES; {THESE HERE IN 'PLANE NUTS' DROOLS}:

We are now seeing poor, embarrassed Ted standing there on the stage with a very mournful and whipped puppy look on his face with his arms folded behind his back.

TED to the AUDIENCE: {As Ted is standing there still with his whipped puppy look on his face as he is now regaining his composure and is stating in a polite tone of a voice}: "Now, Ladies and Gentlemen, the next number, the next number, is called "THE DANCE UNTIL THE DAWN!" and the idea of the number, we have a......!"

Here we are now seeing as Ted was introducing the next song and dance routine two very lovely lady dancers; 'GENEVA MITCHELL' and 'MARY HALSEY'. They are now walking onto the stage dressed in full lengthed skirts of white chiffon, decorated at the hem of the skirts with white fur, gold and silver jewelled piping. Their blouses are short, puffy sleeves with spaghetti straps and boat nect cut and are made entirely of gold and silver jewelled material. Plus their shoulder gear is huge implements of white chiffon and gold and silver jewelled piping. Silver and gold metalic belts. On their wrists they are wearing little cufflets of white chiffon and jewelled piping. Plus they are also wearing little caplets that are made of gold and silver jewelled piping and ardorned in white sequences. Plus they are also wearing black tap dancing shoes.

TED to GENEVA and MARY: {As Ted is now looking at them with a gleeful look on his face as he is now tipping his hat at them and is stating to them merrily}: "How are you Ladies? Ladies I don't know if you know who I am, but I have a song here, and I have to sing the song to someone; heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha; and that someone might as well be you!"

As Ted was talking to Geneva and Mary. The two young ladies were standing there looking at Ted with dazed look on their faces and with their hands on their waists.

TED to the PIANIST: {As Ted is looking at him with a carrying look on his face and is using a happy tone of a voice}: "Would you mind playing it for me, please!"

Let me see, if my calculations are correct, this will make Ted's tenth try at completing his song: "NOON-TIME MEANS LUNCHEON:"

TED: {As he is singing gleefully}: "Noon-time means luncheon for someone; {Here Ted takes a quick pause in his singing to state to them 'IT'S PRETTY'!}: Night-time means sleep for the same; Day-time......!"

As Ted was singing he was kneeling down on the stage and using hand gestures to support himself with huge happy smile on his face.

Now we are seeing Ted getting his song interrupted by Geneva and Mary as they are standing there with their hands on their waists and are now laughing loudly and hysterically at Ted and his song as they are now exiting off of the stage.

We are now seeing Ted standing up an brushing off his suit and doing his feebile best to regain his pride, dignity, and composure.

TED to the AUDIENCE: {As Ted now has a look of hurt and whipped puppy on his face as he is stating in a slightly sad and serious tone of a voice}: "Heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha; the next number, is a number called: 'THE DANCE UNTIL THE DAWN!'

Here we are now seeing Ted walking and skipping merrily towards the east exit door as he is once again happily humming to himself as he is exiting off the stage: "NOON-TIME MEANS LUNCHEON:"


"THE DANCE UNTIL THE DAWN:" {Song And Dance Routine}: { Start}: {Completed To The Best Of My Ability}:

{SINGING}: "Wake us up and put the moon to bed. 'The Dance Until The Dawn'. I'll whisper things that should be said if we can, 'Dance Until The Dawn'. Here is where I'll hold you tight, until every little light around the town is gone. I'll bet you'll say, I love you, baby, if we 'Dance Until The Dawn!' {Hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo}:

This portion of the song was sung by thirty lovely Ladies dressed in full lengthed skirts of whit chiffon, decorated at the hem of the skirts with whit fur, gold and silver jewelled piping. Their blouses are short, puffy sleeves with spaghetti straps. Their blouses are made of entirely out of gold and silver jewelled material with boat neck cut collars. Plus their shoulder gear is huge impliments of white chiffon and gold and silver jewelled piping. Gold and silver metalic belts. On their wrists they are wearing little cufflets of white chiffon and silver and gold jewelled piping. Plus they are also wearing little caplets that are made of gold and silver jewelled material and dotted with white sequences along with black tapping shoes.

They are now skipping down a set of stairs, with huge smiles on their faces as they are holding their skirts out in a flare and are swaying from side to side. They are now doing a tap style of a dance in a zig-zagged pattern down the stairwell. Now they are doing a soft-shoe style of a dance as theyr are now still holding out their skirts and are now getting into a circle and are twirlling around in circles that looks like the inside of a kalediscope.

We are now seeing several of the Ladies flaring out their skirts as they are now doing a side to side shuffle soft-shoe two step dance slowly back up the stairwell. While some of the other Ladies are now doing a waltz-style of a dance as they are now twirlling in circles.

We are now seeing an over-head view of the Lady Dancers as they are now in a chorus-line style of a line-up as they are swaying from side to side and are twirlling around in circles very slowly at first and they are now picking up the tempo as they now look like the inside of kalediscope as you are turning it around in circles.

We are now getting a front view of the Lady Dancers as they are now swaying form side to side doing a soft-shoe style of a dance. They are now twirlling around in circles doing a soft-shoe shuffle style of a dance, slowly at first and as they are picking up the tempo we see them with their hands on their shoulders and are now tap dancing in place.

Now we see the Lady Dancers completing a tap style of a dance as they are now running down a stairwell as they are now lined up in front of the stairwell in a chorus-line fashion, spread throughout the entire stage as they are now twirlling to and fro like the blade of a giant fan.

Now we are seeing the Lady Dancers some of them at the back of the stage and others in the front of the stage lined-up. The Ladies at the back of the stage are doing a swaying to and fro dance waving their skirts and are now shuffling from side to side.

We are now seeing the front Ladies in two rows as they are now doing a tap style of a dance as we are now seeing about thirty 'EYE CANDY' Gentlemen Dancers running down the stairwell dressed in Aire Forced Dress Uniforms in pairs of two as they are now meeting up with the Lady Dancers who are standing in front flaring out their skirts and are watzing from side to side.

We are still seeing the Ladies at the back of the stage doing a soft-shoe style of a dance and are waving their skirts from side to side as they are also slowly twirlling around in circles.

The front two rows of Lady Dancers are now in two lines as they are now splitting in the middle as the Gentlemen Dancers have now split apart as they are standing in two rows themselves with their arms extended outwards in front of themselves as they are slowly doing a side to side shuffle tap style of a dance to the ends of the stairwell.

We are now seeing the Gentlemen Dancers stil with their arms extended outwards in front of they as they are now shuffling back to the centre of the stairwell. We are now seeing the Lady Dancers doing a tap style of a dance as they are now coming together and are dancing up the stairwell to join in with the Gentlemen Dancers as they are now lined-up looking a like a letter 'Y'.

We are now seeing the Gentlemen Dancers marching down the stairwell and are lining up in the front of the stairwell as we are also seeing the Lady Dancers doing a tap dance down the stairwell as they are now once again joining up with the Gentlemen Dancers in a double row line-up as the Ladies are now tapping down to the left side of the stairwell and onto the stage as the Gentlemen Dancers are now completing a soft-shoe shuffle dance down to the right side of the stairwell and also onto the centre of the stage.

We are now seeing the Gentlemen tap marching up the stairwell to the back as we are seeing the Ladies doing a skip dance up to the front.

The Gentlmen Dancers are now in a triangle line-up as they are marching in place as we are now seeing the Lady Dancers tapping to the the centre of the stairwell as they are now breaking into four different groupes of circles two in front and two in back as they are doing a tap dance and are twirlling in circles as we are now seeing the Gentlemen Dancers lined-up in a single row marching down the stairwell betwixt the Ladies.

We are now once again seeing the Ladies still completing their twirlling tap shuffle dance as the Gentlemen Dancers are now approaching a long table that is outlining the entire stage that has a mess-o-aireplane propellars on it as the Gentlemen are now splitting up, some of them are shuffling to the right as the others are going to the left.

We are now seeing the Gentlemen Dancers joining up again as they are now stopping at the propellars as they are now in the process of bending over and picking up the propellars as the Lady Dancers are now completing a twirlling two-step shuffle dance. The Ladies are now in three rows as they are now holding out their skirts in a flare and are swaying from side to side.

We are now seeing the Gentlemen Dancers picking up the aireplane propellars as they are now in the process of handing them to Ladies from behind themselves as we are now seeing the Ladies swaying from side to side as they are taking the aireplane propellars from the Gentlemen Dancers as the Ladies are now passing them back over their heads to the Ladies behind them until everyone now has a propellar.

We are now seeing both the Lady Dancers and the Gentlemen Dancers standing in rows as they are now holding onto their propellars over their heads as they are now bending forwards and backwards and are turning from side to side as they are now waving their propellars forwards and backwards in different patterns. When the Ladies are going forwards the Gentlemen are going backwards and when the Gentlemen are going forwards the Ladies are going backwards.

Here we are now seeing the Lady Dancers and the Gentlemen Dancers still holding their propellars over their heads as the Gentlemen are now doing a soft-shoe dance as they are now coming to the front of the stage and are forming one huge circle.

We are now seeing the Ladies doing a tap style of a dance as they look like they are now skipping through the lines of a maze as they are now joining with the Gentlemen Dancers.

We are now seeing another over-head view of the Lady and Gentlemen Dancers as they Gentlemen are now in a centre circle with the Ladies outside around them in three circles as they are now doing a side step shuffle dance and are still waving their propellars forwards and backwards and are turning at their waists and are waving their propellars plus they are also waving them over their heads.

We are now seeing the Gentlemen in a centre circle as they now have their propellars crossed over each others that looks like the blade of ceiling fan as they are still dancing around in a circle as the Lady Dancers have now backed off away from the Gentlemn and are forming on larg circle as they are doing their side step shuffle dance around in a circle as they too are waving their propellars from side to side.

We are now seeing both the Lady and Gentlemen Dancers completing a full circle turn as the Gentlemen are now breaking into two circles, in the centre of the stage as they are still waving their propellars over their heads and are marching place. The Ladies also have now broken up into two different sets of circles as they are holding their aireplane propellars out straight in front of them as they are doing a quick two-stpe dance forwards and backwards in opposite ways. The back circle of Ladies are now going forwards and the front circle of Ladies are now going backwards.

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN SINGING IN UNISON: {Another Verse Of}: "THE DANCE UNTIL THE DAWN!"

"I'll hold you tight until every little light around the town is......!" {Hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo-hoohoo}:

At the start of the singing of this verse of the song they were still doing their centre circle and forwards and backwards two step shuffle dance in unison; {both the Ladies and the Gentlemen}:

But we are now seeing another over-head view of the Ladies and the Gentlemen as they are now separating as we are first seeing the Gentlemen Dancers still waving their propellars forwards and backwards over their heads as they are now doing a tap dance style of march off of the stage.

LADIES: {Solo, Another Verse Of}: "THE DANCE UNTIL THE DAWN!"

"I'll cherish the day I know you love me, baby, 'Until We Dance Until The Dawn'!

As the Ladies were singing above this chorus of the song they were bent over as we were just seeing their faces as they were in a circle and doing a two-step sideways shuffle dance in circles.

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: {Singing In Unison The Second To The Last Verse Of}: "THE DANCE UNTIL THE DAWN!"

"I will love you always, 'Until We Dance Until The Dawn'!

We are closing out here where we are now seeing the stage darkened as the Gentlemen Dancers are now lined up on the back side of the stairwell marching forwards and then backwards on the stairs as they are holding their propellars straight out like they look like aireplanes and are marching forwards and backwards on the stairs as they are twirlling their propellars around in circles.

We are now seeing the Lady Dancers scattered throughout the front of the stage also holding their propellars out front and are twirlling them like the looks of real aireplane propellars spinning.

We are now seeing the Gentlemen Dancers coming together on the back stairwell as we are now seeing the stage being flooded by the flashing of spot lights causing the Gentlemen to have a golden glow effect on them as the Ladies dresses are now sending out a sparkling glitter effect agains the stage walls.

We are now getting a full shot of the Ladies and the Gentlemen as they are now being flooded by the spot lights as they are still spinning their propellars around in front of them to look like real aireplane propellars spinning and are swaying from side to side and to and fro as they are now being washed by the spot lights as the Ladies dresses are still looking luminescent and are sparkling gaily and sending a glittering effect to the entire stage.

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: {Singing In Unison The Closing Verse Of}: "THE DANCE UNTIL THE DAWN!"

"Bumba-bumba-bumba-bumba-bumba-bumba-bumba-bumba-bumba-bumba-bumba-bumba. Until every little light in the town has gone away. I will dance with you, I will 'Dance With You, Until The Dawn'!.

We are now getting the closing shot, as we are now seeing the Ladies and the Gentlemen lined-up as they are twirlling their propellars are are being washed by the flashing spot lights and the Ladies dresses are now being reflected and sending a sparkling and glittering effect on the stage walls and the entire dance area as the stage curtains are now coming to a close.

"THE DANCE UNTIL THE DAWN!" {Song And Dance Routine Ended}: {Completed To The Best Of My Ability}:


We are now seeing Ted gingerly entering back through the stage curtain and is doing a swaying style of a walk back onto the stage with a dazed look on his face as he is now looking from side to side and behind himself to see if the coast is clear from 'The Mischievous Threesome!'

As of now, the coast is clear! And if I am correct, and let's think about it, yes, we all know that Ted is now in the process of his eleventh try at feebly completing his song: "NOON-TIME MEANS LUNCHEON:"

TED: {Singing}: "Noon-time means luncheon for someone; Night-time means sleep for the same!"

Well, that was not very long, Ted is now getting his song interrupted again as we are now hearing Moe, Larry, and Curly raising up the ruckus in the background as they are now once again coming onto the stage.

MOE to LARRY and CURLY: {As they are now approaching the stage and yelling to one another loudly in a state of confusion}: "Come on boys, cut it out, cut it out, come on boys, get going, let's get out there, get going, get going, cut it out, cut that out!"

TED to the AUDIENCE: {As Ted is standing there with a mad look on his face as Ted is stating to the audience in a mad tone of a voice}: "I knew they'd be out, I knew, I knew, I knew it!"

As they are now on the stage, Curly is now shoving Moe, while Larry is hitting Curly on the head and Moe has turned around and has given Curly several eyepokes and smacks him acroos the kisser.

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry now has a hurtful look on his face and is saying in a hurtful tone of a voice to Moe about Moe picking on Curly again}: "Leave him alone!"

Ted is now approaching Moe, Larry, and Curly in a state of anger.

TED to CURLY; LARRY; and MOE: {As Ted now has a look of madness on his face and is shouting to them madly and is using hand gestures to support madness}: "Wait a second fellas, what happens here, what happens, I'm singing, what happens?"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now looking at Moe with a mad look on his face as Larry is saying to Moe in a really mad and disgusted tone of a voice as Larry is shouting to Moe in reference to Ted}: "Tell him, tell him, what's going on now, tell him what we are going to do next!"

MOE to TED: {As Moe is smiling and says to Ted in a gleeful tone of a voice}: "Right here's where we do our Vaudeville Act!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is now giving Moe a look of madness and is saying to him in a really mad tone of a voice}: "Are you Vaudevillians, ehy?"

MOE to TED: {As Moe is smiling at Ted in a state of mischievous glee and is using a gleeful tone of a voice}: "Yeah, comedy, singing, dancing, and talking!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is now looking at Moe with a disgusted look and is stating to him in a really disgusted voice}: "Okay, go ahead!"

MOE to CURLY and LARRY: {As Moe is looking at them with a happy look on his face and is saying to them in a really happy tone of a voice}: "We'll give 'em the same routine that we give 'em in the other joints!"

Larry and Curly are now smiling gleefully to Moe as they are waving their hands at Moe in agreement.

TED to CURLY; MOE; and LARRY: {As Ted is looking at them with a mean look on his face and is shouting to them in madness}: "Now wait a minute, wait a second fellas, this is not a joint, this is one of the best places we have in America!"

MOE to TED: {As Moe is looking the place over and is saying to Ted in a state of mischief}: "Okay, this will do!"

LARRY and CURLY: {As they too are looking the place over and are saying to Moe mischievously}: "This will do; this will do; this will do; this will do; wait a second now, this is all right, this is all right, this is all right, this is all right, wait a minute, this will do, this will do, this will do, this will do!"

CURLY to TED: {As Curly is now looking at Ted with a happy look on his face as Curly is pointing a finger at Ted and is asking him in a questionable tone of a voice}: "You don't care if we wear 'Truck-cedoes?'"

TED to CURLY; LARRY; and MOE: {As Ted is now looking at them in a dazed state and is asking them in a carrying and questionable tone of a voice}: "You got on heavy underwear?"

CURLY; MOE; and LARRY to TED: {As they are smiling sweetly and mischievously to Ted and respond back mischievously}: "Yeah!"

TED to MOE; LARRY; and CURLY: {As Ted is smiling and stating in a carrying tone of voice}: "Now, don't get pneumonia, new climate and everything, watch yourselves!"

We are now seeing Moe, Larry, and Curly in a huddle as they are now ploting out their next mischievous routine.

MOE to CURLY and LARRY: {As Curly and Larry are getting to close in the huddle and Moe is now becoming mad as Moe is shouting madly at them}: "S-P-R-E-A-D O-U-T!"

CURLY and LARRY to MOE: {As they now have really mad looks on their faces and are mumbling angrily in low and monotone voices}: "Spread-out!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted has a look of dismay on his face as he is now asking Curly in a low and dazed voice}: "What happens here, come on now!"

CURLY to TED: {As Curly is looking at Ted in a serious state and says to him in a serious voice}: "Right here, we're compelled to cut the act and go into another Snappy Gag!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is standing there shaking his head in confusion trying to figure them out as he states to Curly in a voice wonderment}: "Okay kid, go ahead!"

CURLY to TED: {As Curly is now smiling happily at Ted and is saying to him in a happy tone of a voice}: "I walk down the street and meet the straight man!" {Here Curly is once again referencing to Moe}:

TED to CURLY: {As Ted has a look of mischief on his face and is using a mischievous tone of a voice, as he too is referencing to Moe}: "That's Hatchette-Head; {go ahead}!"

CURLY to MOE: {As Curly is now approaching Moe in a happy state and is shanking hands with Moe in happiness}: "Hello, Moe!"

MOE to CURLY: {As Moe is smiling sweetly and is shaking Curly's hand and says back to him happily}: "Hello, Curly!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted has a look of mischief on his face and his hands on his waist as Ted is asking Moe in a mischievous tone of a voice}: "Wait a second, wait a minute, what's his name?"

MOE to TED: {As Moe has a mad look on his face and is answering Ted back in a mad and questionable tone of a voice}: "That's Curly?"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is now laughing mischievously and says to Moe in a mischievous tone of a voice}: "That's Curly; ha-ha-ha-ha; I thought you said 'GIRLIE', I wasn't sure, I wasn't listening; go ahead!"

LARRY to TED: {As Larry is standing there in the background wiht a mad look on his face as Larry says to Ted in a mad voice}: "Shut-up, I was listening to that!"

CURLY to MOE: {As Curly still has a happy look on his face and is approaching Moe once again in a happy moode as Curly once again extends his hand in a friendship shake}: "Hello, Moe!"

MOE to CURLY: {As Moe has a serious look on his face and is using a stern voice as Moe is shaking hands with Curly}: "Hello, Curly!"

CURLY to MOE: {As Curly is still shaking hands with Moe and asks him in a mischievous and questionable tone of a voice}: "What would you do if a girl kissed you?"

MOE to CURLY: {As Moe has a cute, smirky smile on his face as he says back to Curly mischievously}: "I'd kiss her back!"

CURLY to MOE: {As Curly is in a mischievous state and is still shaking hands with Moe as he is using his left hand to to gesture tallness}: "Ah, suppose she was a big, tall girl!?"

MOE; LARRY; and CURLY: {As They are now mumbling with one another in unison}: "That's the difference; that's the difference; that's the difference; I didn't know that; I didn't know that; well, then I couldn't kiss her!"

Here we are now seeing Ted meanly shoving Curly as Curly now has a look of hurt on his face. Moe is now in the process of shoving both Curly and Larry and are giving them boinks on their cocoanuts and several eyepokes per.

MOE to CURLY and LARRY: {As Moe is looking at them meanly and is shouting to them in a loud and wicked tone of a voice}: "S-P-R-E-A-D O-U-T!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is now shoving poor Curly backwards in a state of meaness as Ted is yelling at Curly in a mad voice}: "Spread-out; come on; come on; come on!"

We are now seeing Larry getting ready to exit off of the stage while Curly is now looking at Moe and Ted with a blank stare.

MOE to TED: {As Moe is now smiling at Ted with a happy and smirky smile as Moe is now asking Ted in a questionable tone of a voice}: "Hey, do you care for the 'dray-ma'?"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is now answering Moe in a total state of mischief and with a mad look on his face as Ted now has his hands on his waist}: £The drama, you mean that high class stuff?"

MOE to TED: {As Moe has a look of mischief on his face and is using a mischievous tone of a voice and Moe is using hand gestures to support himself}: "Yeah, that Noel Coward stuff?!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is now mischievously smiling from ear to ear states to Moe happily as Ted is now straightening his suit jacket and hat}: "Certainly, I like the drama!"

MOE to CURLY and LARRY: {As Moe is turning around and looking at them mischievously}: "We'll slug him with the drama!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is standing there with his hands on his waist and a blank stare of his face as Larry is stating to Moe mischievously}: "Okay, we'll close here sir, we'll slug 'em with the drama!"

We are now in the process of seeing Moe taking out of his suit jacket pocket four little scriptlet booklets as he is now passing them around.

MOE to TED: {As Moe is handing to Ted his script booklet in a serious state says}: "Now, we have a part here for you, if you'll help us out?!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is in a mischievous state as he Ted is looking at his lines and says to Moe in a happy and agreeable tone of a voice}: "I'm, I'm, an olde time actour, I'll help you out!"

MOE to TED: {As Moe has now patted Ted on his shoulder as Moe is now in a serious state}: "That's fine!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is now finishing looking at his lines as Ted has a dazed look on his face and is asking Moe in a questionable tone of a voice}: "There are my lines?!

MOE to TED: {As Moe is standing there with a mischievous and smirky smile on his face and is using hand gestures to explain to Ted his lines in a state of full blown mischief}: "Now, when the music plays, 'The Gates Of Hell Are Opened', that's where you walk in!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted now has a look of worry on his face and is saying to Moe in a really hurt and worried voice}: "Ah, stop now, stop now, with those jokes!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is now supporting a dazed look and is stating to Moe in a serious manner}: "Go ahead!"

MOE to CURLY: {As Moe is now in the process of walking over to Curly and is handing Curly a script booklet as Moe is asking Curly in a serious, pleading and begging tone of a voice and a look of 'PLEASE-PLEASE' on his face}: "Hey, take this part!"

CURLY to MOE: {As Curly is now jumping up and down and is looking at Moe with wonderment and is responding back to Moe madly as Curly is now waving a finger at Moe}: "Not me!"

MOE to CURLY: {As Moe now has a sad look on his face and is using a really pleading tone of a voice}: "Come on, take it!"

CURLY to MOE: {As Curly is giving Moe a mad look and has madness in his eyes shouts back sternly to Moe}: "Not me!"

MOE to CURLY: {As Moe is now thoroughly disgusted with Curly and slaps him square in the kisser and states to Curly angrily}: "Oh, mutiny!"

TED to MOE and CURLY: {As Ted is now in the process of trying to calm them down as Ted is using a soothing voice says to them}: "Here now, here now, here now, easy, easy, easy!"

Curly and Larry are standing there with their arms by their sides as they are now looking at Moe with blank looks.

All the while that Moe and Curly were having their differences over a role, both Ted and Larry were standing their with their hands on their waists and blank stares on their faces.

TED to MOE and CURLY: {As Ted is looking at them with an angry look on his face and is using an angry tone of a voice}: "Here now, here now, stop that!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe has now completly given up on Curly taking that particular role is now approaching Larry in a mad state as Moe is now shoving a script booklet in Larry's face and is shouting at him madly}: "Here, take this part!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is giving Moe a mean stare and is shouting angrily to Moe}: "I'll take it when I'm ready!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now starring Larry down with mean and wicked glares as Moe is shouting to Larry angrily}: "Are you ready?"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry now has a reluctant look on his face and is opening up his script booklet and says to Moe in a quiet, monotone, and dragged out voice}: "Yeah, I'm ready, yeah, I'm ready, yeah, I'm ready, all right, all right, all right, let's get going here, I'm all set!"

MOE and CURLY to LARRY: {As we are now seeing Moe and Curly standing there looking at Larry with really mad looks and Moe and Curly are now mumbling madly to Larry in unison}: "All right, all right, glad to see he is ready, now we can get going here!"

We are now seeing Curly smiling gleefully at everyone.

MOE to TED: {As Moe is now snapping his fingers and is looking at Ted seriously and is explaining to Ted in a serious and angry voice as Moe is using hand gestures to support himself}: "Now, ah, I'll give you a 'Resu-may-a' in the next scene!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted has a looki of wonderment on his face as Ted is asking Moe in a questionable tone of a voice}: "You'll give me a what?"

MOE to TED: {As Moe is now smiling mischievousl and is having fun with Ted and is beyond the enth-degree in a state of mischief}: "I'll give you a 'Resu-may-a' in the next scene!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is now holding open his little script booklet and is quizzically looking at Moe and is using a devious and mischievous tone of a voice}: "Get this guy with the big words, résumé, you're getting Parke Avenue, you're getting with the High Class, with the rich people, ha-ha-ha-ha-ah!"

LARRY to TED: {As Larry is standing there listening to everything that is going on with a mad look on his face as Larry is looking at Moe with a really mad look and Larry is now asking Ted in a mad and questionable tone of a voice}: "Is he getting high class?"

TED to LARRY: {As Ted is reading his script booklet and says to Larry in a serious and mad state}: "YES!"

LARRY to CURLY: {As Larry has a look of devilment on his face as Larry is saying to Curly in a low, monotone and really mischievous voice in reference to Moe}: "Hey, Curly, throw a louse on him!"

Curly is now in the process of mischievously gesturing to Larry in agreement as Curly is now supposedly taking a louse from his front suit jacket pocket and is tossing it into Moe's hair. Then Curly is walking over and is mischievously picking it back out of Moe's hair and then Curly now smacks Moe hard on his forehead as Moe is now in a thoroughly disgusted state and is now returning this 'Kind Gesture' back to Curly.

MOE to CURLY: {As Moe is now glaring evily at Curly and is shouting back to Curly in a really mad voice}: "Hey, come on now, cut it out, cut it out!"

TED to LARRY; MOE; and CURLY: {As Ted is standing there looking at the three of them with a look of dismay on his face as Ted is stating to them in a voice of dismay}: "Hey, hey, hey, wait a second, wait a second, wait a minute now, don't do that, stop that, stop that!"

Ted has just now approached Curly and Ted is now in the process of smacking hard on his forehead and applying several eyepokes.

MOE to CURLY; TED; and LARRY: {As Moe now has a look of anger on his face and is shouting to the three of them in a really angry and disgusted tone of a voice}; "S-P-R-E-A-D O-U-T!"

TED to CURLY; LARRY; and MOE: {As Ted is looking at them with an evil look and is shouting at them in a really angry tone of a voice}: "Spread-out, now let's get set, let's get going here, now!"

Larry and Curly are now back to their positions on the stage as they both have really mean looks on their faces.

MOE to TED: {As Moe is now looking at Ted with a look of wonderment and is using a voice of dismay as Moe is using hand gestures to support himself}: "Now, in this next scene, I play the part of a Count. I drive up to my castle on horseback. Up to my castle, and in my bedroom and there's two ladies in my bed!"

All the while Moe was telling Ted his tale, Ted was saying to Moe in agreement, 'Yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah'!. While Curly and Larry were standing there looking at Moe with mischievous and gleeful looks.

MOE to TED: {As Moe is looking at Ted with a mischievous look and is using a mischievous tone of a voice}: "What do you think happens?"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is now standing there looking at Moe with a look of confusion and asks Moe in a voice of dismay}: "I don't know, what happens?"

MOE to TED: {As Moe now has a cute, smirky and mischievous smile on his face and states mischievously}: "I said, one of you broads have to get out of here!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is looking at Moe in a full blown state of mischief and says to Moe mischievously}: "That's it, that's it, you've got it, Moe!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted has an angry look on his face and is using an angry voice as Ted at first shakes hands with Curly and then Ted now smacks Curly on his face}: "Okay, all right, you handled it, you handled, you handled it, all right, you handled it, go ahead!"

Right here we are now seeing Curly walking up to Ted with a huge grin on his face as Ted now once again shakes Curly's hand and then applying a smack on his kisser and several eyepokes.

LARRY and CURLY to MOE: {As Curly and Larry have looks of wonderment on their faces and are mumbling in unison madly at Moe}: "Yeah, yeah, we handled it, okay!"

MOE to CURLY; LARRY; and TED: {As Moe is looking at Larry and the rest of them with a really mean and mad look as Moe is shouting to them once again}: "S-P-R-E-A-D O-U-T!"

CURLY and LARRY to MOE: {As Curly and Larry are now leaving Moe's sides with mad looks on their faces and anger in their voices mumbling in uniso and low, monotone voices}: "All right, spread-out!"

TED to CURLY; LARRY; and MOE: {As Ted is looking at them with a really mad look and is shouting to them in a loud and really disgusted voice}: "All right fellas, all right!"

MOE: {As Moe is now using a {poorly done-up}; British Accent, and is pointing a finger in the aire and is stating in a really serious voice}: "Gladys; Gladys!"

CURLY to MOE: {As Curly is responding to Moe in a low, monotone, and very questionable tone of a voice and a really dazed look on his face}: "Gladys!?"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry has now lookied at his script booklet with a worried look on face as Larry is now in the process of lowering his script booklet and is looking at Moe with a really worried look on his face}: "I got the wrong pat, you ain't got; you, ain't got!?"

TED to CURLY and LARRY: {As Ted now has a really dazed look on his face and is stating in a voice of dismay}: "I ain't got nothing here, I ain't got nothing at all here; 'GLADYS'?"

MOE: {As Moe is using a serious tone of a voice and his British Accent as Moe is looking at the stage floor with a serious look on his face as Moe is now pointing a finger into the aire}: "What not here, she had deceived me, she promised to meet me at the olde bridge at ten o'clock. It's half past eight; {Here we are seeing Moe looking at his wrist clock}; and she's not here yet!"

All the while that Moe was completing his lines, Larry was standing there with a dumbfounded look on his as he takes a few quick glimpses at his script booklet and is looking at Moe with his hands on his waist. Ted was also looking at his script booklet in a state of wonderment. Curly was standing in the background slightly laughing and just watching everybody in a dazed state.

CURLY to TED: {As Curly is now in a full blown state of mischief and is now doing a little skip-shuffle style of a dance up to Ted and says to Ted in a mischievous and joyfully voice}: "I think she'll be coming around the mountain, whe she comes!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is still examining his little script booklet and then looks up to Curly and slaps him on his face in a mean state and is shouting wickedly to Curly}: "You don't yell at me, never holler at me kid, don't holler, go ahead!" {Here Ted is now referencing to Moe}:

MOE: {As he is still standing there with a serious look on his face and still using his British Accent and is pointing a finger in the aire}: "How the wind blows!"

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is holding onto his little script booklet and is completing a little shuffle dance as he is now approaching Moe with a mischievous smile on his face as Larry is now spreading his arms and states}: "Woo-woo!"

MOE to LARRY: {As Moe is now slapping Larry hard on his kisser and is giving him several eyepokes and is shouting meanly to Larry}: "What's the matter here, what's happened here, what's going on? I didn't expect that, how would you like me to grab you right here?" {Here we are seeing Moe putting his hand up to his Jugglar Vein in a symbol of wanting to choke Larry}:

TED to LARRY; CURLY; and MOE: {As Ted is now waving his little script booklet at them and is shouting at them in a really angry state}: "Wait a minute fellas, wait a second will ya? let's get organised, what happens now, what happens?!"

All the while Ted was hollering at Moe, Larry, and Curly they were standing there with really hurtful and worried looks on their faces.

MOE to TED: {As Moe is now in the process of giving Ted a look of wonderment and is using hand gestures to support himself is stating to Ted in a voice of dazement and wonderment}: "Well, that's where you come in!"

Curly is now standing there in the background holding his hands and has a look of puzzlement on his face. As Larry was also standing there looking at his little script booklet with a really confused look on his face as Larry absolutely cannot figure out what in the world is going to happen next.

TED to MOE: {As Ted is now in the process of holding and quickly studying his little script booklet and is asking Moe in a questionable voice and a look of dismay on his face}: "What, this is my part?"

MOE to TED: {As Moe is now looking at Ted in a mischievous state and is answering Ted in a really sarcastic tone of a voice}: "YEAH!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted now has a look of happiness on his face and is happily flipping through his little script booklet states in a joyful voice}: "Well, I got it here!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is looking at his script lines with a really serious look on his face and is now looking up to Curly and is shouting to Curly in a really mad tone of a voice}: "Pay me the 50,000$; {31.66£}; and I'll foreclose the mortgage you rat! {'Yadda-yadda-yadda-yadda-yadda-yadda'}; {'Yedda-yedda-yedda-yedda-yedda-yedda'}: {'Dedda-dedda-dedda-dedda-dedda-dedda'}; {'Yenda-yenda-yenda-yenda-yenda-yenda'}; {'Yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee'}: {'Vittadee-vittadee-vittadee-vitadee-vitadee-vitadee'}; {'Allcada-allcada-allcada-allcada-allcada-allcada'}; hello govenour, hello govenour!" {Here we are now in the process of seeing Ted smacking poor Curly hard across the kisser}:

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is now looking at Curly with a really sad look on his face as Ted is now pointing to his little script booklet and is stating to Curly in a really apologetic tone of a voice}: "Here it is kid, read it, I ain't got nothing to do with it, I wouldn't hit you unless I was told to do so!"

MOE to TED: {As Moe now has a look of devilment on his face as Moe is shouting to Ted loudly and meanly in his British Accent}: "I will not give you the money!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted now has a serious look on his face as Ted is looking at his little script booklet and is now looking at Curly in a mean state as Ted is now shouting to Curly in a really mad tone of a voice}: "Pay me the 50,000$; {31.66£}; and I'll foreclose the mortgage you rat! {'Yadda-yadda-yadda-yadda-yadda-yadda'}; {'Yedda-yedda-yedda-yedda-yedda-yedda'}; {'Dedda-dedda-dedda-dedda-dedda-dedda'}; {'Yenda-yenda-yenda-yenda-yenda-yenda'}; {'Yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee'}; {'Vittadee-vittadee-vittadee-vitadee-vitadee-vitadee'}; {'Allcada-allcada-allcada-allcada-allcada-allcada'}; hello govenour, hello govenour!" {Here we are now once again seeing Ted smacking the poor and innocent Curly hare across his kisser}:

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is now once again looking at Curly with a really sad look on his face as Ted is now pointing to his script lines and is once again stating to Curly in a really apologetic tone of a voice}: "Here it is kid, read it. I ain't got nothing to do with it. I wouldn't hit you unless I was told to do so!"

MOE to TED: {As Moe still has a serious look on his face and is pointing a finger into the aire and is dementedly shouting to Ted; {in his British Accent}: "Veribly, I repeat, I will not. I will not give you the money!"

TED to MOE: {As Ted is now in a thoroughly disgusted mood and is pointing a finger at Moe and is shouting to him in a mad tone of a voice}: "I don't care, veribly or no veribly, here!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted now has a serious look on his face as Ted is looking at his little script booklet and is now looking at Curly in a mean state as Ted is now shouting to Curly in a really mad tone of a voice}: "Pay me the 50,000$; {31.66£}; and I'll foreclose the mortgage you rat! {'Yadda-yadda-yadda-yadda-yadda-yadda'}; {'Yedda-yedda-yedda-yedda-yedda-yedda'}; {'Dedda-dedda-dedda-dedda-dedda-dedda'}; {'Yenda-yenda-yenda-yenda-yenda-yenda'}; {'Yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee'}; {'Vittadee-vittadee-vittadee-vitadee-vitadee-vitadee'}; {'Allcada-allcada-allcada-allcada-allcada-allcada'}; hello govenour, hello govenour!" {Here we are now once again seeing Ted smacking the poor and innocent Curly hare across his kisser}:

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is now once again looking at Curly with a really sad look on his face as Ted is now pointing to his script lines and is once again stating to Curly in a really apologetic tone of a voice}: "Here it is kid, read it. I ain't got nothing to do with it. I wouldn't hit you unless I was told to do so!"

Moe is now in the process of reaching over and is giving the badly bruised and abused Curly an un-necessary series of eyepokes and a boink on his cocoanut!

MOE to TED: {As Moe is now giving Ted an evil look and is shouting wickedly at Ted in his British Accent}: "I will not give you the money!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted now has a serious look on his face as Ted is looking at his little script booklet and is now looking at Curly in a mean state as Ted is now shouting to Curly in a really mad tone of a voice}: "Pay me the 50,000$; {31.66£}; and I'll foreclose the mortgage you rat! {'Yadda-yadda-yadda-yadda-yadda-yadda'}; {'Yedda-yedda-yedda-yedda-yedda-yedda'}; {'Dedda-dedda-dedda-dedda-dedda-dedda'}; {'Yenda-yenda-yenda-yenda-yenda-yenda'}; {'Yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee'}; {'Vittadee-vittadee-vittadee-vitadee-vitadee-vitadee'}; {'Allcada-allcada-allcada-allcada-allcada-allcada'}; hello govenour, hello govenour!" {Here we are now once again seeing Ted smacking the poor and innocent Curly hare across his kisser}:

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is now once again looking at Curly with a really sad look on his face as Ted is now pointing to his script lines and is once again stating to Curly in a really apologetic tone of a voice}: "Here it is kid, read it. I ain't got nothing to do with it. I wouldn't hit you unless I was told to do so!"

MOE to TED: {As Moe still has a really mean and mad look on his face as Moe is shouting wildly at Ted in his British Accent}: "Verily, I repeat, I will not give you the money!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted now has a serious look on his face as Ted is looking at his little script booklet and is now looking at Curly in a mean state as Ted is now shouting to Curly in a really mad tone of a voice}: "Pay me the 50,000$; {31.66£}; and I'll foreclose the mortgage you rat! {'Yadda-yadda-yadda-yadda-yadda-yadda'}; {'Yedda-yedda-yedda-yedda-yedda-yedda'}; {'Dedda-dedda-dedda-dedda-dedda-dedda'}; {'Yenda-yenda-yenda-yenda-yenda-yenda'}; {'Yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee-yeeyee'}; {'Vittadee-vittadee-vittadee-vitadee-vitadee-vitadee'}; {'Allcada-allcada-allcada-allcada-allcada-allcada'}; hello govenour, hello govenour!" {Here we are now once again seeing Ted smacking the poor and innocent Curly hare across his kisser}:

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is now once again looking at Curly with a really sad look on his face as Ted is now pointing to his script lines and is once again stating to Curly in a really apologetic tone of a voice}: "Here it is kid, read it. I ain't got nothing to do with it. I wouldn't hit you unless I was told to do so!"

CURLY to MOE: {As Curly is so thoroughly disgusted with all the past shannigans and has a really angry look on his face as Curly is now brushing his face with his hands in madness and is jumping up and down in madness is shouting evily to Moe}: "PAY HIM THE 50,000$" {31.66£}:

MOE to CURLY: {As Moe is now looking at Curly with a really evil look on his face and is shouting to Curly in a loud and really angry tone of a voice and is un-necessarilly boinking the badly bruised and abused Curly on his forehead and is giving him several more eyepokes}: "What's the matter, what's the matter here, who are you yelling at?"

Ted then hits the poorly abused Curly hard once again on the forehead. Larry is standing in the background watching the whole thing with a look of wonderment on his face as he is flipping through his script booklet.

TED to MOE; LARRY; and CURLY: {As Ted is now looking at them with a really disgusted look on his face as is shouting to them in a really mad tone of a voice}: "What's the matter here? Stop the yelling; stop the yelling here!"

Curly now has his hands on his waist and tosses his head back and states quietly: 'Ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh'!

MOE to TED; CURLY; and LARRY: {AsMoe is now so mad at the whole event and once again shouts out angrily to everybody and with a demented look on his face}: "S-P-R-E-A-D O-U-T!"

TED to CURLY; MOE; and LARRY: {As Ted now has a look of bewilderment on his face as Ted is now using a soothing and comforting tone of a voice and using hand gestures to silence everyone down}: "Spread-out boys!"

TED to MOE: {As Moe is now stepping back a bit and not noticing Curly as Moe is now stepping on Curly in a state of accident}: "Watch out for him!"

Curly, Larry, and Moe are now getting into their spots and Larry and Curly are now watching Moe with dumbfounded looks on their faces.

MOE: {As he is now once again getting into the mood of the original skit now has a serious look on his face and is using a serious British voice}: "With Gladys as my wife and those papers in my possession, I can laugh at the world!"

Ted is now slightly bored with everything that is going on as Ted is giving a comment of boredom here: 'Yes, that is what he said'.

Curly is now marching up to Ted with his chest extended forwards and a look of mischief on his face as Curly is now 'cackling' proudly: 'N'YUK; N'YUK; N'YUK; N'YUK!"

TED to CURLY: {As Ted is now laughing slightly to Curly and with a mischievous look and is using a slightly laughing and mischievous tone of a voice}: "Hey, if you want to lay an egg, go over there and lay it!"

CURLY to TED: {As Curly now has a look of dismay on his face and shouts to Ted in a disgusted tone of a voice}: "Wait a minute now, how can a big guy like me lay an egg?"

LARRY to CURLY: {As we are now seeing Larry with a sheepish and slightly mischievous look on his face as Larry is now putting his hands under his chin and is doing a sit like a hen sitting on her nest}; "There's a big basket over there, you can sit down......!"

Ted is now mumbling in the background as he is trying to calm everybody down: 'Hey-hey-hey-hey-hey-hey'!

Moe is now approaching Larry as Moe is giving Larry a really angry look and is slapping Larry on his face and is giving him several eyepokes as Moe is totally digusted about Larry's response to Curly.

LARRY to MOE: {As Larry is now slowly sliding back to his position on the stage and is giving Moe a really perplexed look and is stating to Moe in a low, quiet, monotone and mad voice}: "Spread-Out!"

Larry is now back looking at his little script booklet and is now back following it as Moe now once again continues with his story.

MOE: {As Moe now has a sweet and smirky smile on his face and is using a serious British voice as he is again pointing a finger into the aire}: "Ah, someone is coming!"

CURLY and TED: {To Moe as they are watching Moe diligently and Ted and Curly are stating to Moe in a quiet and slightly respectful tone of a voice}: "Yeah!"

Larry is now swaggering towards the front of the stage with a mischievous look on his face.

LARRY: {As Larry is now slightly bored with everything that is going on is now in a state of mischief as he is loudly pounding his foot on the stage in mischief as he is now counting}: "1-2-3-4-5-6-7-!"

MOE: {As he is once again in a serious mood and is getting back into his part of the script and has a smirky smile on his face and is again pointing a finger into the aire and is using his serious British voice}: "How will I know her knock?"

Larry is now mischievously again swaggering to the front of the stage and is mischievously continuing with his counting game and also is responding to Moe: "8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16"! {Once again Larry is now stomping his foot loudly onto the stage}:

TED to LARRY: {As Ted is standing there with his arms crossed and a mad look on his face as Ted is stating to Larry in a low and disgusted voice}: "Okay, that's all right!"

All the while Larry was completing his 'countings' Curly, Moe, and Ted were watching Larry with looks on anger on their faces. Larry then quietly returns back to this position at the back of the stage grinning mischievously and proudly from ear to ear.

MOE: {As Moe is now once again pointing a finger into the aire and has a smirky smile on his face and is using his serious British accent says}: "And how well she knows how to knock."

Larry is now once again in a full blown mischievous state as he is now swaggering to the front of the stage and is counting, '17-18-19', {Larry has now stomped his foot too hard onto the stage as he is now loosing his shoe and he is now grabbing his foot in pain and is dancing around and is saying; 'yeowh-yeowh-yeowh-yeowh'.

TED to the AUDIENCE: {As Ted is now approaching the front of the stage and is using hand gestures to support calm down as Ted is saying in a serious voice in reference to Larry's shoe}: "Let it alone; let it alone; it'll come up by itself!"

We are now in the process of seeing a stage-hand now tossing back to Larry his shoe.


"DINAH" {Song And Dance Routine}: {By: Ted; Moe; Larry; and Curly}: {Start}: {Completed To The Best Of My Ability}:

We open the 'Dinah' song and dance routine where we are seeing Moe and Curly dancing, swaying, and bobbing up and down in glee as Ted is standing there smiling joyfully and is swaying to and fro to the tempo of the music as they are singing.

TED; MOE; CURLY; and LARRY: {As they all have happy smiles on their faces as they are swaying in tempo to the music}: "Dinah, is there anyone finer, in the state of Caroliner, if there is do you know her, show her to me; {Here Moe and Larry are singing in unison: "Show her to me"}: {Then Ted is singing in solo: "Oh yes, please show her to me"}:

LARRY: {As Larry is now in the process of coming up to the front of the stage as he now has a mischievous look on his face as he is now spreading his arms and then he is now holding onto his hands. Larry is now bobbing up and down and is completing a rapid paced to and fro shuffle dance and now is stomping in place as he is now getting down on his knees and is bouncing up and down. He is now once again standing up and swaying from side to side at a rapid pace as he is now pounding himself on the chest in a state of glee. As he is saying in a happy and mischievous voice}: "I'm from the south, the dear olde south, and I can see the Swannee River and my dear mammie and my pappy and the raven. Come on, hey, hey. I'm from the south, the olde, olde, south. And I can se me now and it will be like band heads, and everynight will be a barn-dance. And my dear, sweet mammie, hey, hey, I'm from the south!"

While Larry was completing his script we are now seeing Ted standing there swaying from side to side with a gleeful look on his face and is gently snapping his fingers to the tempo of the music.

Plus Moe and Curly at first were swaying from side to side and snapping their fingers in tempo to the music. Moe and Curly are now bowing to one another as Moe is now boinking Curly on the forehead with his fist as Curly is giving Moe a wicked look and several eyepokes.

TED; MOE; and CURLY: {Singing in a state of glee as Larry was gleefully completing his little story}: "Show her to me. {My sweet, sweet Dinah}. Only her can be finer, in the state of Caroliner. I say, every night, my Dinah might be mine. My sweet, sweet, Dinah from the state of Caroliner."

MOE and CURLY: {As they are now seeing Curly and Moe dancing around the stage wildly as they are doing a soft-shoe style of a dance and are swaying and bobbing to and fro as they are singing in unison}: "I'm from the south, the dear sweet, my sweet sunny south, down by the Swanee River."

LARRY: {As Larry is now in the process of once again coming up to the front of the stage as he now has a mischievous look on his face as he is now spreading his arms and then he is now holding onto his hands. Larry is now bobbing up and down and is completing a rapid paced to and fro shuffle dance and now is stomping in place as he is now getting down on his knees and is bouncing up and down. He is now once again standing up and swaying from side to side at a rapid pace as he is now pounding himself on the chest in a state of glee. As he is saying in a happy and mischievous voice}: "I'm from the south, the olde, olde, south, and let me see now, every night's a barn-dance, every night's a night of fun, down on the olde Swanee, hey, hey!"

TED; CURLY; and MOE: {As they are once again swaying to and fro and dancing wildly around the stage and snapping their fingers in tempo to the music and are singing as Larry was completing his lines}: "Dinah, is there anyone finer, in the state of Caroliner, if there is do you know her, show her to me. I've got a gal in Caroliner, is there anyone finer, if there is do you know her, show her to me. {My sweet, sweet Dinah}. Only her can be finer, in the state of Caroliner. I say, every night, my Dinah might be mine. My sweet, sweet Dinah from the state of Caroliner."

We are now in the process of seeing Ted with a really wicked look on his face as he is now stopping the singing in a really mad state.

TED to LARRY: {As Ted is now looking at Larry with a really demented look on his face as he is shouting to Larry in a loud and evil tone of a voice}: "Wait a second, wait a second, what's thay hey-hey? what's that hey-hey?"

LARRY to TED: {As Larry is looking at Ted with a mischievous grin on his face as Larry is stating to Ted in a gleeful and mischievous tone of a voice}: "I'm getting hot!"

TED to LARRY: {As Ted is now looking at Larry with a really evil look on his face as he is saying to Larry in a demented tone of a voice as Ted is now ripping off Larry's shirt}: "Well, here, cool yourself off. Here, cool yourself off. Leave they hey-hey's out."

LARRY to TED: {As Larry is now holding onto his piece of his shirt and is looking at Ted with a really mad and sad look as Larry is stating to Ted in a really demented tone of a voice}: "Well, you got no right to do that!"

TED to LARRY: {As Ted is standing there with his hands on his waist and an evil look on his face as he is dementedly shouting back to Larry}: "I'm the boss, I'm the boss, I'm the boss!"

As Ted was appyling disciplinary measures to Larry we are now seeing Moe and Curly swaying around the stage and bobbing up and down as Ted is now in the process of smacking both of them on their keesters.

LARRY to MOE and CURLY: {As Larry is looking at Moe and Curly with a devious look on his face as he is shouting to them in a wicked tone of a voice}: "Spread-out you guys!"

LARRY: {As Larry is now in the process of once again coming up to the front of the stage as he now has a mischievous look on his face as he is now spreading his arms and then he is now holding onto his hands. Larry is now bobbing up and down and is completing a rapid paced to and fro shuffle dance and now is stomping in place as he is now getting down on his knees and is bouncing up and down. He is now once again standing up and swaying from side to side at a rapid pace as he is now pounding himself on the chest in a state of glee. As he is saying in a happy and mischievous voice}: "I'm from the south, mey dear, olde, sunny south. And I will come home again and see my mammie. I'm gonna grab a choo-choo; {'Woo-woo}: I'll take an aireplane, a boat now, here we go, woo-woo-woo-woo, mowh, mowh, mowh, mowh, mowh, mowh, hey, hey, I'm from the south"!

As Larry was completing his lines once again we were hearing Ted singing in a state of glee as Moe and Curly were waving a finger in the aire and swaying from side to side and singing in harmony.

TED: {Singing in a state of glee as he has now straightened up his hat and is snapping his fingers and swaying from side to side to the tempo of the music}: "Dinah, is there anyone finer, in the state of Caroliner, if there is do you know her. Show her to me. I've got a gal in Caroliner. Is there anyone finer, if there is do you know her? Show her to me. {My sweet, sweet Dinah}. Only her can be finer, in the state of Caroliner. I say every night, my Dinah might be mine. My sweet, sweet, Dinah from the state of Caroliner."

MOE and CURLY: {Singing in harmony as they are still wildly dancing, bobbing and swaying around the stage}: "I'm from the south, the dear sweet, sweet, olde sunny south!"

LARRY: {As Larry is now at his last time of coming up to the front of the stage as he now has a mischievous look on his face as he is now spreading his arms and then he is now holding onto his hands. Larry is now bobbing up and down and is completing a rapid paced to and fro shuffle dance and now is stomping in place as he is now getting down on his knees and is bouncing up and down. He is now once again standing up and swaying from side to side at a rapid pace as he is now pounding himself on the chest in a state of glee. As he is saying in a happy and mischievous voice}: "I'm from the south, and my dear olde sunny south. I'll get there when I can. I'm coming home again mammie. I'm gonna grab a choo-choo train, an aireplane, I'll take an aireplane, a boat, a choo-choo, I'm leaving now, contact, hey-hey!"

Once again, as Larry was having his fun we were seeing Ted swaying from side to side in tempo to the music as he was singing 'Dinah' as Moe and Curly were still having fun running around the stage in circles, weaving in out around Larry and Ted, bobbing up and down, bowing at one another as Moe boinks Curly on his forehead and Curly is giving Moe eyepokes.

TED: {As Ted is once again swaying to and fro and dancing wildly around the stage and snapping their fingers in tempo to the music and are singing as Larry was completing his lines}: "Dinah, is there anyone finer, in the state of Caroliner, if there is do you know her, show her to me. I've got a gal in Caroliner, is there anyone finer, if there is do you know her, show her to me. {My sweet, sweet Dinah}. Only her can be finer, in the state of Caroliner. I say, every night, my Dinah might be mine. My sweet, sweet Dinah from the state of Caroliner."

MOE and CURLY: {As they are now seeing Curly and Moe dancing around the stage wildly as they are doing a soft-shoe style of a dance and are swaying and bobbing to and fro as they are singing in unison}: "I'm from the south, the dear sweet, my sweet sunny south, down by the Swanee River."

Ted is now so thoroughly disgusted with Larry and his shannigans and the usage of the word 'hey-hey' he is now stopping all of the fun in a really demented and evil state.

TED to LARRY: {As Ted is beyond the enth-degree mad at Larry and his 'hey-hey's' Ted is now looking at Larry with a really demented look on his face and is using a really evil tone of a voice as Ted has now finished ripping off the rest of Larry's outer-shirt, along with his suit jacket and his under-shirt and is dementedly shouting to Larry}: "There's no need; there's no need; there's no need; there's no need; there's no need; there's no need; there's no need for this!"

Once again we are seeing Moe and Curly as they are now running around the stage in circles as they are now swaying from side to side and are weaving in out through Ted and Larry and are bobbing up and down and are once again bowing to one another as Curly is now getting boinked on his forehead by Moe's fist as Curly is wickedly looking at Moe and giving Moe several well deserved eyepokes.

Here we are now seeing Moe, Larry, and Curly in a full blown state of craziness as they are doing a wild and frantic paced soft-shoe dance, bent at their waists as they are now weaving through one another along with Ted. They are also bobbing up and down and running wildly around the stage in circles as they are speaking in unison: "I'm from the south, hey-hey-hey!"

We are once again for the last time seeing Larry going spastic as he is again coming to stage front as he is saying.

LARRY: {As Larry is now at his last time of coming up to the front of the stage as he now has a mischievous look on his face as he is now spreading his arms and then he is now holding onto his hands. Larry is now bobbing up and down and is completing a rapid paced to and fro shuffle dance and now is stomping in place as he is now getting down on his knees and is bouncing up and down. He is now once again standing up and swaying from side to side at a rapid pace as he is now pounding himself on the chest in a state of glee. As he is saying in a happy and mischievous voice}: "I'm from the south, and my dear olde sunny south. I'll get there when I can. I'm coming home again mammie. I'm gonna grab a choo-choo train, an aireplane, I'll take an aireplane, a boat, a choo-choo, I'm leaving now, contact, hey-hey!"

As Ted is now for the last time standing there with a happy smile on his face as he is snapping his fingers and swaying to the tempo of the music as he is singing.

TED: {As Ted is once again swaying to and fro and dancing wildly around the stage and snapping their fingers in tempo to the music and are singing as Larry was completing his lines}: "Dinah, is there anyone finer, in the state of Caroliner, if there is do you know her, show her to me. I've got a gal in Caroliner, is there anyone finer, if there is do you know her, show her to me. {My sweet, sweet Dinah}. Only her can be finer, in the state of Caroliner. I say, every night, my Dinah might be mine. My sweet, sweet Dinah from the state of Caroliner."

Once again we are seeing Moe and Curly as they are now running around the stage in circles as they are now swaying from side to side and are weaving in out through Ted and Larry and are bobbing up and down and are once again bowing to one another as Curly is now getting boinked on his forehead by Moe's fist as Curly is wickedly looking at Moe and giving Moe several well deserved eyepokes.

MOE and CURLY: {Singing}: "I'm from the south, the dear sweet, my sweet sunny south, down by the Swanee River."

Larry is now being joined by Moe and Curly as they all are in a total state of craziness, doing a wild and frantic paced soft-shoe dance, swaying from side to side, weaving through Ted and around the stage, bobbing up and down, stomping up and down as they are speaking in a fast paced voice: "I'm from the south, hey-hey-hey!"

Once again in closing Moe, Larry, and Curly are now doing another soft-shoe style of a dance, they are bent over at their waists, running wildly in all directions across the stage, stomping up and down and weaving around as they are saying in a full blown mischievous state: "We're from the south, hey-hey-hey-hey-hey-hey!" Ted has now smacking them once again on their keesters.

LARRY: {As he is standing there with a really mischievous look on his face and is stomping up and down at a rapid pace that he is now in the process of loosing his trousers and swaying to and fro in mischief is stating}: "I'm from the south, hey-hey-hey!"

MOE to CURLY and LARRY: {As Moe is now noticing Ted in a really demented state as Ted is starting to approach them in a really evil state as Moe is shouting to them in a really scared state as we are now seeing Larry grabbing his trousers as the three of them are putting their tails betwixt their pants and are running of the stage like a bunch of scared hares as Moe is stating}: "Hey-hey-hey-hey-hey-hey-hey-hey; let's get outta here; let's get outta here; let's get outta here; let's get outta here."! {They are now frantically running off of the stage as Larry is now carrying off with him his very well tattered clothings}:

"DINAH" {Song And Dance Routine}: {By: Ted; Moe; Larry; and Curly}: {Ended}: {Completed To The Best Of My Ability}:


We are now in the process of seeing Ted returning to the stage as he is now regaining his composure as he is now straightening up his suit jacket and hat as he now has a really calm look on his face.

TED to the AUDIENCE: {As Ted is looking at the audience with a really calm look and is stating to them in a serious and collective tone of a voice}: "The title of that last song, was Dinah!"

TED to the AUDIENCE: {As Ted is standing there with a sheepish look on his face as he is stating to the audience in a really polite tone of a voice}: "Now, Ladies and Gentlemen, okay, please?"

We are now seeing poor Ted as he is now once again trying his feebile last stab at completing a full take of his song: "NOON-TIME MEANS LUNCHEON!"

TED to the BAND: {As Ted is looking at the band with a really serious look on his face and is asking them in a really polite tone of a voice}: "Will you play my music, please?"

TED: {STARTING TO SING: FINAL TAKE OF:}: "NOON-TIME MEANS LUNCHEON!"

TED: {As he is now in the process of trying to start to sing as he is looking around the stage and behind himself to see if the coast is now entirely free from 'The Mischievous Threesome' as he is singing}: "Noon-time means luncheon for someone; Night-time means sleep for the same......!"

We are now seeing Ted getting his song interrupted once again as we are now hearing a noise like that of a 'GAT' being fired, as Ted is now finally giving up forever on completing his song as he is now rubbing his keester and is saying: {'Heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha'}:

TED to the AUDIENCE: {As Ted has now regained his composure once again and has a serious look on his face as he is pacing to and fro across the stage as he is saying in a babbling style of a voice}: "Now, the next, ah, the next number is a little number about aireplanes, and the idea is where all these girls are in aireplanes, and they all......!" {'Heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha-heenha; "I see"}:

As Ted was saying his above lines he was now in the process of slowly walking off of the stage as he was rubbing his sore keester and mumbling happily to himself: {"NOON-TIME MEANS LUNCHEON:"}:


"HAPPY LANDING SONG AND DANCE ROUNTINE:" {Start}: {Tribute to: CHARLES AUGUSTUS LINDBERGH}: {Done To The Best Of My Ability}:

We open the skit where we are now seeing the stage floor painted to look like an aireplane landing strip.

Next we are now seeing about fifty little toy aireplanes taxing down the run-way at first in a striaght direction as they are now taking a quick jaunt to the right as they are still taxing to the end of the stage and are now going through their own individualy exit gates as they are now in full flight.

Now we are seeing the fifty lovely Lady Pilots holding onto their aireplanes. All are dressed in full length white skirts with black and grey grograin ribbon on them in a criss-cross style. White patent leather belts. Sleeveless black velvet tank style shirts. Black velevet hats with a band of white ribbon and a black feather sticking out of the ride sides. Wrist length black gloves. White mink stoles around their necks and black tapping shoes.

The Lady Dancers are now completing a tap dance where at first they did twelve complete circles to the lefts and then twelve more circles to their rights.

They are now tap-swaying from side to side as they are now tap dancing backwards and are moving to the ends of the stage.

We are now seeing Mrs. Bonnell; {dressed in a grey pleated skirt, grey full-sleeved jacket with a huge white fur collar; lapel. The 'EYE CANDY' Gentlemen Dancers are dressed in 'Aire Force Dress Uniforms.'

Mrs. Bonnell along with the Gentlemen Dancers are now doing a fast paced tap-swaying of a dance rapidly down the aisle of the two rows of Lady Dancers as they are also waving their arms from side to side.

We are now seeing Mrs. Bonnell in the front fo the Lady Dancers as she is now doing a side to side style of a tap dance rapidly as she is also swaying her arms from side to side. As the other Lady Dancers are now behind her shaped like a horseshoe as they are now tap marching in place, and then the Lady Dancers are now tap marching backwards as they are now coming to a straight line-up and are tap marching in place.

We are now seeing the Gentlemen Dancers dressed in 'Aire Force Dress Uniforms' as they are now marching in and are joining up with the Lady Dancers.

The Lady and Gentlemen Dancers are now tap marching forward and backwards as they are now dancing to take on the formation of a gigantic bi-winged aireplane, doing a shuffle style of a tap dance, Mrs. Bonnell is in the front twirlling the aireplane propellar.

Now we are seeing Mrs. Bonnell as the lead as she is now doing a tap march style of a dance as she is at first slowly twirlling the propellar and then si doing it faster and faster as the resto of the Dancers; {Ladies and Gentlemen}; are now slowly completing a side step tap dance as they are slowly taxing down the right side of the stage.

Both the Lady and Gentlemen Dancers are now dancing in circles at a really rapid pace as they are now in the process to take flight right off of the stage.

Next we are seeing the 'GUS ARNHEIM ORCHESTRA' dressed in 'Aire Force Dress Uniforms' on a stage that looks like an olde Southern Mansion at Summer-time. There is green grass, the skye is a really pale blue with huge, white Cumoulous Mamulous clouds, a full sun in shine, boids in flight, fully leafed out maple trees, with an olde 1800's style of a brick manison with bevelled and stained glass windows plus there is moss and ivy grown on the sides of the mansion. They are nw merrily playing their instruments as they are now happily marching to and fro on the stage.

We are now seeing Mrs. Bonnell taking centre stage as she is now happily tap dancing, shuffle style as the orchestra in now happily playing their instruments as they are bowing and marching around Mrs. Bonnell.

MRS. BONNELL SINGING: {As she is now shuffling from side to side and has a gleeful look on her face}: "How do you like that; how do you like that; how do you like that; how do you like that; how do you like that; how do you like that. I like the Aire Force, I do like that all because of you."

Here we are now seeing the Gentlemen Dancers at first standing at 'Attention' as they are now turning forwards slowly as we are now seeing the Lady Dancers doing a march style of a tap dance to join up with the Gentlemen.

We are now seeing an over-head view of the Ladies and the Gentlemen Dancers as they have now busted into four groupes and are now in the formation of four arrows all pointing inwards at one another.

The four sets of arrows are now joining hands as they are now doing a tap shuffle dance first backwards and then forwards as they are in the back shuffle turning their arrows into a large star. They are now shuffle dancing forwards to now turn back into arrows, then they are now shuffle dancing backwards and are now again turning into a star. Once last time of a shuffle dance forwards as they are once again turning into arrows and they are completing things by shuffle dancing backwards and are turning again into a star.

They are now busting up their arrows as they are now still in their four different groupes as they are now doing a small short two-step march style of a tap dance as they are now in four lines, Ladies then Gentlemen, Ladies then Gentlemen.

We are now seeing the Ladies removing their fur stoles from their necks as they are now waving them from side to side as the Gentlmen Dancers have now removed their hats and are waving them merrily to and fro over their heads. Both the Ladies and the Gentlemen Dancers are now doing a chorus-line style of a tap dance as they are in the process of slowly waltzing around in circles.

The Lady Dancers have now put back on their fur stoles as they are now bent over and are marching in place as they are waving thier arns from side to side. The Gentlemen Dancers are now putting back on their hats as they now have their arms raised above themselves and are waving them from side to side.

They are now still in their line formation and are marching in step as we are now seeing the Lady Dancers also raising their arms above themselves as we are now seeing the Gentlemen Dancers waving their arms towards the Ladies faces as the Ladies are now waving their arms in the direction of the Gentlemen's faces.

We are now seeing the first row of Lady Dancers still marching in place as they are now bent forwards and are waving their arms to and fro in front of themselves as we are now seeing the second row which is of the Gentlemen Dancers as they too are still marching in place as they haver their hands raised above them and are waving them and are now waving them from side to side and to and fro. The third row of dancers are the Ladies as they also are marching in place as they are bent forwards and are waving their arms from side to side. The fourth and final row of dancers are more Gentlemen Dancers who too are still marching in place as they have their arms raised above themselves and are waving them from side to side.

We are now seeing the Lady Dancers and the Gentlemen Dancers still tap marching in place as they are now waving their arms up and down in front of themselves.

As the front row of Lady Dancers are waving their arms downwards the second row of Gentlemen Dancers are waving their arms upwards. The third row of Lady Dancers are waving their arms upwards as the fourth row of Gentlemen Dancer are waving their arms downwards.

Here we are seeing an over-head view of the Dancers as the Gentlemen Dancers are now tap marching off to the ends of the stage.

We are now getting an over-head view of the Lady Dancers as they are now doing a two-step dance in place as they are now shuffling around in a circle as they are now lining up and spelling out the name 'BYRD'.

We are now hearing the 'GUS ARNHEIM ORCHESTRA' playings 'STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER' as we are now seeing another over-head view of the Lady Dancers doing a shuffle march style of a tap dance as they are now shuffling dancing and are now lining up and spelling out the word 'HAWKS.'

We are now once again hearing the 'GUS ARNHEIM ORCHESTRA' playing the really wonderful song, 'OVER-THERE' as we are now once again seeing an over-head view of the Lady Dancers doing a quick two-step shuffle dance as they are now shuffling and lining up as they are now spelling out the name 'LINDY'.

We are now seeing the Lady Dancers doing a sideways tap shuffle dance as they are now forming an 'X' as we are seeing some of the Gentlemen Dancers doing a tap march to meet the Lady Dancers at their sides as the other Gentlemen Dancers are now marching in at their centre.

We are now seeing another over-head shot of the dancers as they are now bent in a huddle and look like the inside of a kalediscope.

We are now seeing the Dancers breaking up into four circles; Ladies-Gentlemen-Ladies-Gentlemen as they are now holding hands and are marching in circles in the opposite directions as they are also raising their heads up and down in the opposite manner. The first row of Lady Dancers are raising their heads upwards, while the second row of Gentlemen Dancers are lowering their heads downwards, the third row of Lady Dancers are raising their heads upwards, while the fourth row of Gentlemen Dancers are lowering their heads, as they are looking like the inside of a kalediscope as you are turning it to see different formations.

We are now seeing both the Ladies and the Gentlemen Dancers still in their circles formations as they are still dancing their opposite ways and are bobbing their heads up and down. They are now shuffling to complete four rows as they are now holding hands and are shuffling backwards and forwards as they are now looking like a gigantic star.

They are now back in their kalediscope formation as they are still holding hands and are tap skipping around in circles as we are now seeing them at different intervales bobbing their heads down and up.

We are now seeing the Lady Dancers as they are now in a three line formation as they are now in the process of raising their fur stoles up behind their heads.

We are now seeing a close-up on the Lady Dancers as they are doing a tap swaying from side to side dance as we are now in the process of hearing them singing:

LADIES SINGING: "And we would like to thank-you as we all hail too, the Aire Force and all their mighty crew and their wonderful ways and when I yell out happy landings, happy landings, then I will think of you. Oh, boy, over hill, over dale, by the night and by the day we will think of you!"

As the Ladies were singing the above stanza we at first get a close-up shot of all the lovely Lady Dancers as they were tap marching in place and were smiling and winking happily.

We are now seeing the Gentlemen Dancers as they are now holding onto the glitter coated toy aireplanes as they too are doing a march style of a tap dance as they are holding the toy aireplanes in a star formation.

"HAPPY LANDING SONG AND DANCE ROUNTINE:" {Ending}: {Tribute to: CHARLES AUGUSTUS LINDBERGH}: {Done To The Best Of My Ability}:

SHORT FADES OUT:

Where we are seeing the camera doing a black-out like effect as it is now in the process of being put into a photo-shot format set-up putting a photo-frame on Mrs. Bonnell. We are now seeing a close-up on Mrs. Bonnell as she is smiling and winking happily as she is doing a tap march in place as she is holding one of the toy glittered aireplanes as the camera now blackens everything out except for a circle around her face.


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Fan Reviews   (7)
Re: PLANE NUTS
Posted 2010-07-30 02:08:21 by Stoogephilia
Plane Nuts is one of their short subjects when still working with Ted Healy which had good material from their "Southern Gentlemen" act in vaudeville. This short is unique because displayed the Stooges in stage and portraying their vaudeville work during 1932-1933 with Curly as Shemp replacement which is very rare to be seen today. Fortunately, the Stooges materials are funny especially the full and original version of "Melodrama" routine and that made Plane Nuts be a Ted Healy and His Stooges best shorts in my opinion

Reviewer's Rating: (9)
Re: PLANE NUTS
Posted 2010-07-15 10:57:38 by Final Shemp
Plane Nuts hits the spot in ways other efforts in this era of the group can only dream of. This short gives us a delightful look at what Healy and the boys were like on vaudeville.
Healy and the Stooges give us some of their best shots, including a few bits they've already used on film before. I gotta say I enjoyed just about every minute of it, from the opening with Ted trying to treat the audience with a song only to be foiled by his comic partners to their triumphant finish when they all treat us to a song, it's just a different song from each performer!
There's one thing about the act that I took note of. The Stooges themselves are supposed to be Healy's foils, yet more often than not Healy finds himself to be the foil to the trio. They way the boys often steal the spotlight from their boss is sensational, and a real testament to why they achieved classic status and Healy became a mere footnote.
The musical numbers are cool, each with a slight airplane theme (hence the title Plane Nuts). The opening visual in the second, featuring a group of toy airplanes forming into a dance group, is wildly fun.
I gotta give Plane Nuts a thumbs up. There are too many things here to like.
Final Shemp's Final Word: 3 Pokes

Reviewer's Rating: (8)
Re: PLANE NUTS
Posted 2006-09-21 21:58:57 by benjilbum
Just watched Plane Nuts, I'm glad I found a good copy of it. It's great for the historical value of seeing The Stooges recreate their vaudville act. I agree you can keep the musical numbers,as they are hopelessly dated. But the boys are just as funny and fresh now as they were back then. That just shows how really great they were at what they did.
I think the reason The Stooge Columbia shorts hold up so well today is that they were the MTV of their day. The old Laurel & Hardy and Marx Brothers features are badly slowed and even bogged down by the musical interludes and romantic subplots that audences wanted back then, but are just boring and laughable now. The Stooges had 18 minutes to work with, so the storyline moved along very rapidly and the gags came fast and furious. That's why there are so acceptable to todays audences with their shorten attention spans. So even though at the time the boys lamented they were relagated to shorts and wanted to do features, it was that very format that created their lasting success. In conjunction with their great talent of course, and the quality people working with them behind the camera.
Re: PLANE NUTS
Posted 2002-12-07 02:12:00 by Bruckman
Gives you a good idea of what Healy and Howard, Fine, and Howard would've been like onstage in vaudeville, utilizing material from their "Southern Gentlemen" period, so it's worthwhile (and historically important) viewing for that purpose. MGM started and abandoned several musicals at this time and I'm guessing the numbers used in PLANE NUTS came from one of these aborted efforts, as they're staged like knockoffs of RKO's FLYING DOWN TO RIO, a big hit of 1933. Ted's singing is very typical of the "stage tenor" variety of his era. Stooge material: 4 pokes; musical numbers, one poke=2 1/2 for this short.

Reviewer's Rating: (6)
Re: PLANE NUTS
Posted 2002-10-22 13:48:00 by FineBari3
Hmmm. I just watched this last night, and I cant really remember that much. I was asking myself "where's the plane", then I saw the dance sequence where they make a plane and spin 'propellers'. The Boys try to keep Ted from singing, and is probably a great example of one of their vaudeville sketches verbatim (sans dancing). One poke for historical purposes only. I would try to keep Ted from singing as well!

Reviewer's Rating: (2)
Re: PLANE NUTS
Posted 2001-08-30 03:36:00 by [Deleted Member]
The best of 'em all (with Ted Healy). Again, it's a pleasure to see the ravishing Bonnie Bonnell. I too, tire of pointless dance sequences. I oughtta time these Healy/Stooge films to see how long they'd be without the dancing and singing. This is probably just like the boys' Vaudeville act. Great stuff.By the way, where was the plane?ISLIPP, then I get up and ISLIPP some more. ®2001
Re: PLANE NUTS
Posted 2001-08-08 21:17:00 by Mike Holme
Pretty good short with Ted Healy and the boys, in fact their best, but the musical numbers are really slow, but their comedy act is great. I don't get why movies back then had so many musicals, today most people get annoyed with that. Grade: B+

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