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After backing over a police motorcycle, Axel and Elmer are fined $100 and given 48 hours to come up with the money or go to jail. Knowing nothing about plumbing, they answer Mr. Skunkem's ad for plumber's assistants, and are sent to the Dinwitty estate to recover a diamond ring from a drain pipe. In due course they destroy the bathroom, and switch the gas and water lines, disrupting Mrs. Dinwitty's bridge party, Vanillia's dinner preparation, and the gardener's lawn watering.

  1. Jules White


  2. Felix Adler


Top Billed Cast

  1. El Brendel

    El Brendel

    Axel Swenson

  2. Shemp Howard

    Shemp Howard

    Elmer Peabody

  3. Beatrice Blinn

    Bridge Party Lady (uncredited)

  4. Heinie Conklin

    Heinie Conklin

    Elvis - Groundskeeper (uncredited)

  5. Willa Pearl Curtis

    Willa Pearl Curtis

    Vanillia--Cook (uncredited)

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Pick a Peck of Plumbers


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Status Released

Release Information

  • July 23, 1944


Original Language English

Runtime 0h 17m

Budget -

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