Approved | | Comedy, Short
Loosely based on George Bernard Shaw's 1913 play :Pygmalion" (also known as "My Fair Lady"), which in 1935 had not had an official film adaptation. The play has been frequently filmed, beginning with Pygmalion (1938) just a few years later.
Now then gentlemen. Remember your etiquette.
Larry: What's that for?
Curly: We didn't do nothin'!
Moe: That's in case you do when I'm not around.
Moe was wearing a hat and smoking a cigarette when Larry and Curly were dumping tin cans onto the rubbish truck and they fall on him instead. In the following shot Moe is not wearing his hat.
A 2004 computer-colorized version was created, but not given a normal "Three Stooges set" release. As of now, it is only available as an extra feature on the DVD of the 2004 film Breakin' All the Rules (2004).