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The stooges are actors who can't seem to find a job, so they decide to jump off a high building and end it all. On the roof top they meet three girl dancers with the same idea. Before they can jump, they meet a millionaire Broadway producer who hires them all for his next show. The rehearsal goes so well that he doubles their salary, but it all comes to naught when they discover that the "producer" is an escaped patient from Dr. Dippy's retreat.

  1. Jules White

    Director

  2. Felix Adler

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Curly Howard

    Curly Howard

    Curly

  2. Larry Fine

    Larry Fine

    Larry (as Larry)

  3. Moe Howard

    Moe Howard

    Moe (as Moe)

  4. Gloria Patrice

    Hilda

  5. Ruth Godfrey

    Tilda

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Status Released

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  • October 3, 1946
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 18m

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