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Gus Shy plays Harold Fritch, an over-eager ice cream delivery man mistakenly hired by an insurance company that is being bankrupted by paying off claims related to a gang war. Gus' job is to put an end to the gang war between Spumoni and Moran, and he calls in his fellow ice cream vendors to lend assistance.

Shemp plays Moran's henchman, working in a tailor shop called "King Fong."

Shemp received $85 for this short.

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Shemp Howard (Solo)
Release Date
May 19, 1934
Production Type
Short Subject
19.9 min.
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Prod. No.:   1591-1592
Shooting Days:   4 days   From: 1933-08-07   To: 1933-08-10

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Posted 2009-12-16 18:56:02 by falsealarms
Solid short. Shemp's role is on the small side but Gus Shy carries this short pretty well. The actor who played the cop was good and the tic-tac-toe game on the wall with Shy was amusing. Action-packed ending.

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