Production stills show that the Stooges had at least one other scene, unfortunately cut before release.
An early showcase for Ann Miller's dancing talent, she closes the film with an energetic tap performance, as good as anything she later became famous for at MGM.
Look closely and don't blink if you'd like to see Alan Hale Jr. (GILLIGAN's 'Skipper') in one of his first acting roles, a small cameo in the opening minutes.
* Moe, Larry & Shemp appeared with Carmen Miranda on THE COLGATE COMEDY HOUR (Dec. 16, 1951).
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|Working Title(s):||SHOW BUSINESS|
|Shooting Days:||25 days From: 1941-02-24 To: 1941-03-24|
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I finally got a copy of this recently thanks to a fellow stooge fan here on the message boards.
Wow, this was a great movie! This has to be one of the best movies they did when Curly was with the group. For being in a supporting role here the Stooges get alot of great screen time and they make the most of it. All the stuff they do in this movie is freaking hilarious. Seeing a healthy Curly do the "Maharajah" Routine is worth it alone, but that's just the begging of the fun with their gangster impression, the Telegram messengers bit and they even bring back the Melodrama bit they did back in vaudville with Healy. Then they hit another home run with their Conga Dance at the end with Brenda and Cobina performing with them. Curly was awesome trying to be like Carmen Miranda! I was laughing out loud several times while watching them. I also enjoyed the main storyline because the actors did a great job. Ann Miller was amazing, now that's how you dance!
All in all, a great movie that doesn't deserve its rare and obscure status. This should have been put on DVD ages ago! If you can catch it on cable or get a copy from someone like I did its worth it.
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