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ABSORBING JUNIOR

Johnny's freeloading brother Henry will go to any length to bet on a tip at Belmont, including stealing from Junior's piggy bank. When Johnny's mother-in-law tells them to take Junior to the dentist to have a tooth pulled, and gives them $2 for the doctor, the game is afoot. The money goes to Henry's bookie, and the boys decide to pull Junior's tooth themselves... by tying a string onto the back bumper of a car. But a pet parrot spills the beans, and mother-in-law goes chasing after them with fire in her eye, and a fireplace poker under her coat.


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Featuring
Shemp Howard (Solo)
Release Date
May 09, 1936
Studio
Vitaphone
Production Type
Short Subject
Duration
21.9 min.
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Prod. No.:   1978-1979
Shooting Days:   5 days   From: 1936-02-25   To: 1936-02-29

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