Violent Is the Word for Curly (1938)

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Three bumbling gas station attendants are mistaken for college professors arriving from Germany to teach at a prestigious women's college.


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9 January 2004 | rbverhoef
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| Entertaining short from the Three Stooges
The Three Stooges are working at a gas station and their first customers are three famous professors from Europe. The stooges blow up their car and steal some of their clothes. When they are mistaken for the professors they end up at a women's college where they have to talk about their work.

Moe, Larry and Curly have made another fine short. I had a pretty good time and some of the violent jokes are quite good, especially one involving a woman near the end. Finally the word "violent" is in the title because you have to admit that the stooges are a little too violent sometimes. Still, this one is very nice.

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