Barto & Mann were George Mann and Dewey Barto. They were popular vaudeville and Broadway performers from 1926 - 1943. Barto was the father of actress-comedienne Nancy Walker.
Candid B&W photos of the Stooges in Atlantic City that weekend are on display at The Stoogeum. Bud Abbott appears in one of those photos, clowning with the Stooges; the team of Abbott & Costello were appearing that entire summer season on the other Steel Pier stage. The photos appear to be taken at the same time as this home movie, leading us to speculate that Bud Abbott was a witness to the filming of this colorful entry.
Other Mann home movies that Brad Smith has released include George visiting Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy on the golf course location of SHOULD MARRIED MEN GO HOME? (1928), visiting the Hal Roach Studios backlot and clowning with Charley Chase, W. C. Fields onstage in a skit for THE EARL CARROLL VANITIES (1928), and Fields at home.
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What a treat to see Curly in full, natural color (not the early, un-natural 2-color MGM shorts).
The guys at their peak looking great and doing a pretty funny bit.
Don't miss it.
As of this writing, it is on YouTube.
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