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Moe, Larry & Curly are celebrity attendees at the Army Flying Cadet graduation ceremony at Ryan Field, Hemet CA.

Other featured activities attended by celebrities include a Sunday morning Sunrise Service, a Sunday barbeque lunch at Leo Carrillo's house, a Sunday night barbeque dinner given for the Motion Picture Theater Owners Assoc., and "Charlie McCarthy's" induction as an honorary Sergeant-Major at the US Marine base in San Diego.

A full synopsis of this short was presented in The Three Stooges Journal # 72 (Winter 1994).

Moe, Larry and Curly
Release Date
November 07, 1941
Columbia Pictures
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10 min.

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