The Stooges' serenade tune "Jane" was written by... Moe, Larry & Shemp. They introduced the song in THREE HAMS ON RYE (1950), and adapt it as "Nora" in SCRAMBLED BRAINS (1951); see The Three Stooges Journal # 96 (Winter 2000).
Costar Sheila Ryan was married to comic actor Pat Buttram (THE GENE AUTRY SHOW), best known as 'Mr. Haney' on GREEN ACRES (1965 - 1970). Sheila costarred with Laurel & Hardy in GREAT GUNS (1941) and A-HAUNTING WE WILL GO (1942).
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|Working Title(s):||The Stooges Go West|
|Shooting Days:||5 days From: 1950-12-26 To: 1950-12-30|
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I bought the DVD just last month, I've been waiting years to see this and I wasn't dissapointed!
This is a pretty good movie, it's def not a straight comedy western. The Stooges provide the big laughs of course. I really enjoyed the fact they got alot of screen time. The "magical eyeglasses" scene was hilarious and I also loved their attempt at a doctor exam on a prospective client. The acting from O'Brien and everyone else is pretty good and the plot is simple but with some neat little twists, esp concerning Doc Mason and his daughter.
The only negative thing I could find was that the Stooges are absent for the last good 15 minutes of the movie before the big climactic fight with the bad guys. It dragged in a few parts when the Stooges were absent for a long time.
But other than that I really enjoyed the movie. I wish they had gotten to make more full length movies with Shemp also. It's well worth it to get the DVD with this and "Meet The Baron". Its much better than most of the Curly Joe movies, well worth your time to check out.
I finally got to see this movie and in my opinion, it's not bad at all. I think it's much better than the DeRita movies. The plot was a bit on the weak side, but the stooges give outstanding performances. I liked that part where the stooges try to sell the phony eyeglasses. I thought that was hilarious. One complaint I have is that in the last 15 minutes of the film, the stooges' roles significantly diminished. Overall, it's a pretty good film that is worth watching.
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