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MONEY SQUAWKS

The mine payroll has been delivered at Plain Poole's train depot, and station attendants Shemp and Andy must sit on it overnight. There've been a lot of robberies in the area, and the boys' imaginations and paranoia run wild with every strange noise and bump in the night. Mistaking a couple local hunters (and the Sheriff) as the crooks, Andy and Shemp lead them on a car chase to the mine office, and inadvertantly deliver the payroll to the real robbers.



The chase sequence, which takes up a few minutes of the short's running time, is stock footage from an earlier Andy Clyde comedy, OLD SAWBONES (1935).

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Featuring
Shemp Howard (Solo)
Release Date
April 05, 1940
Studio
Columbia
Production Type
Short Subject
Duration
17 min.
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Re: MONEY SQUAWKS
Posted 2007-10-21 04:34:02 by hailstone

One of the few Andy Clyde shorts I've seen, and it's on a par with a good Stooges short. Andy Clyde plays a high-strung, rickety old man and Shemp is full of ad-libbing and wise-cracks. Plus, there is a great chase scene at the end which was borrowed from an earlier Clyde short.

Well-worth tracking down!


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