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Its suspected that a society matron, Mrs. Van Bustle, will marry the exotic Prince Shaam. To get the story, reporters Curly, Larry and Moe take jobs in her mansion as a cook and two butlers. The parrot climbing into the turkey scene is a Stooge classic. This was the last of many Stooge appearances by supporting actor Bud Jamison, who passed away in September, 1944, at the age of 50. First appearance by Stooge supporting actress Judy Malcom.

  1. Jules White

    Director

  2. Felix Adler

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Curly Howard

    Curly Howard

    Curly

  2. Bud Jamison

    Bud Jamison

    Flint (Butler)

  3. Vernon Dent

    Vernon Dent

    Fuller Bull

  4. Dick Curtis

    Dick Curtis

    Prince Shaam of Ubeedarn

  5. Moe Howard

    Moe Howard

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Crash Goes the Hash

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  • February 4, 1944
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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 17m

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