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"Meet the wife, and don't laugh." - Shemp (WHY PAY RENT?, 1935)

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The bane of Andy's existence is his freeloading brother-in-law Gus (Shemp Howard). After Gus crashes Andy's car into a police car, and instigates Mr. Livingstone (Bud Jamison) to fire Andy from his job at the music store, there is only one thing for Mr. Clyde to do... allow his wife to talk him into taking Gus with them on a camping trip. Gus' loud mouth antagonizes a policeman and a park ranger, and his antics with an axe, a loaded gun, and a noosed rope leave Andy on the receiving end of one disaster after another.

Del Lord's direction throws sight gags one after another, in quick fashion. The comedy may not be original, but the laughs are consistently generated. As non-Three Stooges Columbia short subjects go... this is one of the best.

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Shemp Howard (Solo)
Release Date
May 31, 1940
Production Type
Short Subject
16.1 min.
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Posted 2001-05-08 15:11:00 by BeAStooge
Funny Andy Clyde/Shemp Howard reworking of the Shemp/Roscoe Ates "So You Won't T-t-t-talk" (1935).

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