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The Three Stooges Show

Season 11 Episode 1

Crash Goes the Hash

Aired Daily 6:00 PM Feb 05, 1944 on AMC
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Crash Goes the Hash

The Stooges are dry cleaners mistaken for reporters who get hired by a struggling newspaper to take a picture of a rich widow and the foreign prince that she intends to marry.

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  • The Stooges are mistaken for reporters by a newspaper editor, and go undercover at a dinner party to dig up some info about a society elopement.

    A vastly superior remake of Collins and Kennedy's "New News", and also notable as being Stooges regular Bud Jamison's final Stooge role. He delivers the best line of the film, "Such levity. You remind me of the Three Stooges!" To which of course, the Stooges take great offense. There are lots of wonderful gags during the dinner party, such as the various mishaps with appetizers and appliances, the parrot walking around inside of the turkey, and the fight scene finale. It's always lots of fun to see the Stooges at work and this is no exception. A must see Stooges classic.moreless

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  • TRIVIA (5)

  • QUOTES (12)

    • Moe: We don't get the hundred dollar bonus until we get a picture of the prince.
      Curly: You're right. Let's go and find him. And don't shoot until you see the bags under his eyes.

    • (Curly closes Moe's nose in a door.)
      Moe: Why don't you look where you're going?
      Curly: Why don't you keep your nose out of strange doors?

    • Curly: Here ya are folks. Get your ice cold lemonade. It's delicious. You'll love it.

    • Moe: Canapies! H'orderves!
      Curly: Which one, canapies or derves? Make up your mind!
      Moe: You put 'em on crackers! They give you an appetite like a horse!
      Curly: Oh, animal crackers!

    • Flint: (to Moe) Now, we serve dinner promptly at eight, and incidentally, are you good on stews?
      Curly: Soitenly, he's always half-stewed!

    • Fuller Bull: Now you get me a picture of Prince Shaam, and I'll give you each a hundred dollar bonus.
      Curly: What good is a hundred dollar bogus?
      Larry: Bonus, not bogus! Don't you know what bonus is?
      Curly: Soitenly, Spanish! Bonus noches! Si si senor!

    • Fuller Bull: Well, here's the story about Prince Shaam and old lady Van Bustle. I want to find out if he really intends to press his suit.
      Curly: He ought to. A man can't get married in baggy pants.

    • (Curly pulls the band off of a cigar and puts it to his ear.)
      Moe: What are you doing?
      Curly: Listening to the band!
      Moe: Would you like to hear some birdies?
      Curly: I'd love it!
      Moe: Take off your hat.
      (Moe bops Curly.)

    • Fuller Bull: What a newspaper! What an organization!

    • Larry: One of us is crazy and it ain't you!
      Moe: Right!

    • (The Stooges are tired out from a hard day at work.)
      Larry: I've been running my legs off all morning till the cuffs on my pants are frayed!
      Moe: Afraid of what?

    • Flint: You remind me of the Three Stooges!
      Curly: Hey! That's an insult!

  • NOTES (1)

    • This was the final Stooges short for actor Bud Jamison, who had been apppearing with the Stooges since their first short at Columbia in 1934.