The Three Stooges Show

Season 14 Episode 4

Hold That Lion

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Aired Daily 6:00 PM Jul 17, 1947 on AMC
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The Three Stooges are gypped out of their inheritance by     Icabod Slipp, crooked lawyer. The Boys follow Slipp onto a train     and corner him, but not before they let a lion loose on the train.

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  • Only 4 Stooges

    10
    Only epsiode which shows all three of the Howard Brothers and lary in one scene at the same time! Curly is shown in a non speaking role with a full hear of hair! The later Malice in the Palace was also planned with all four Stooges {Curly was a cook with a mustache} and while still pictures were taken of all four of then together Curly could not do the scene due to illness.moreless
  • The Stooges are swindled out of their inheritance by a crooked lawyer, and track him onto a train to get it back.

    8.6
    This short is most widely known for Curly having a short cameo appearance as a train passenger. It certainly is a highlight. Kenneth MacDonald is always great as the villian, something he is quite willing to prove here. He was by far the Stooges best enemy. Emil Sitka's part is too small to really be noteworthy. Shemp gets in all of his funny, classic lines (Oh! I feel like a piece of French toast), and the lion scenes are funny as well. The filing cabinet and fish bowl gags at the beginning are old and worn, but still funny. An enjoyable short, even if you look beyind the casting choices.moreless
Larry Fine

Larry Fine

Larry 1925-26, 1929-71

Moe Howard

Moe Howard

Moe 1922-26, 1929-71

Shemp Howard

Shemp Howard

Shemp 1922-25, 1929-32, 1947-55

Emil Sitka

Emil Sitka

Lawyer

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Dudley Dickerson

Dudley Dickerson

Pullman Porter

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Curly Howard

Curly Howard

Passenger on Train

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