This short was written for The Three Stooges, Moe, Larry & Curly, but reassigned to Schilling & Lane when Curly suffered a stroke on May 6, 1946. According to Ed Bernds, because the short was already set to go into production when Curly fell ill, there was no time to rewrite it... it went before the cameras "as is," with Dick and Gus working off a Stooges script. Schilling assumed most of Curly's lines, Lane took on Moe's lines, and Larry's material was split between the two actors.
A copy of the script resides in Jules White's files at The Motion Picture Academy Library in Beverly Hills CA, and substantiates Bernds' account. A transcription of the Stooges' script appears in The Three Stooges Journal # 108 (Winter 2003) and # 109 (Spring 2004).
PARDON MY TERROR was eventually rewritten by Ed Bernds, and adapted for Moe, Larry and Shemp as WHO DONE IT? (1949).
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