A PEACH OF A PAIR's turkey-stuffing gags were borrowed by director Lloyd French seven years later, and scripted for Curly Howard in French's screenplay of AN ACHE IN EVERY STAKE.
The closing blackface gag was edited from this film's presentation on the TNT cable network in the early 1990s. The Warner Archive DVD release is complete and unedited.
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I just purchased Volume 2 of the Shemp Vitaphone comedies, and so far, A Peach of a Pair is definitely the best short I've watched up to this point. Stooge fans should recognize this material seeing as it spawned the all-time classic, An Ache in Every Stake and there is a mix up with some alum, which no doubt inspired the alum scene from No Census, No Feeling.
I don't need to go into much detail about the plot, but I will say the laughs from this short very nearly match Moe, Larry and Curly from "Ache." Shemp's turkey stuffing is a scream, the hoity toity, high society matron with her constant fainting spells is good stuff and Daphne Pollard is in step with Shemp all the way.
I just hope the rest of the Shemp solos can match this very funny outing.
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