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THE LONE WOLF MEETS A LADY

Reformed jewel thief Michael Lanyard, aka The Lone Wolf, comes to the aid of Joan Bradley. After receiving the gift of a diamond necklace from Mrs. Penyon, her fiancee's mother, Joan discovers her presumed dead ex-husband waiting to rob her in her apartment. He's murdered after Joan hides in the bedroom, and she escapes when the police, led by dogged pursuer Inspector Crane and his idiot assistant Dickens, suspect her. Lanyard hides her in his apartment, and with the assistance of butler Jamison, begins his own investigation, which involves rival jewel thief Clay Beaudine.

Shemp appears in one scene as a pickpocket, doing business with the fence who is The Wolf's informant.



Usually cast in minor supporting roles, Fred Kelsey stands out hilariously as the befuddled and inept Detective Dickens.

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Featuring
Shemp Howard (Solo)
Release Date
May 30, 1940
Studio
Columbia Studios
Production Type
Feature Film
Duration
71 min.
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Re: LONE WOLF MEETS A LADY, THE
Posted 2008-05-11 11:37:52 by Dunrobin
This film gets included in the Filmography as a Shemp Howard solo, but he has just a small role in it. Fred Kelsey is the one who makes the real Stooges connection for the film. He is funny as hell as the bumbling Detective Dickens.

A decent overall entry in the Lone Wolf series. I give it 3 pokes.

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