Oct. 8 / Prod. No. 4202 / 17
m / p d Jules White
/ st Felix
Adler / scr Jack White / ad James
Nicholson / ph Ray Cory / e
Edwin Bryant / a Cary Odell
/ C: Emil Sitka (Amos Flint) and Christine McIntyre (Cerina
Flint, in stock footage)
The Stooges find themselves in
a real pickle when landlord, Amos Flint, threatens to throw them out
of their drugstore for being behind on rent. The Stooges weasel their
way back into Flint's good side when they concoct a youth serum that
turns Flint's wife into a voluptuous, young, curvy blonde-haired babe.
Seeing what the serum did for his wife, Flint grabs the miracle drug
and starts gorging himself with it. Apparently, the serum wasn't designed
for men, however, as it turns Flint into the world's first talking
Interestingly, a "double"
for frequent Stooge co-star Christine McIntyre can be spotted in
one scene in this film.
Drugstore Dubs / SD: 1
(M10/13/52) Shot on Stage 10. / FN: The first half of
this film is virtually the same footage as All Gummed Up (12/18/47).
Later scenes also contain some overlapping of the old with the new.
The gag of mixing liquids in an old boot, which reappears, was used
also in Pardon My Scotch (8/1/35), Out West (4/24/47),
All Gummed Up (12/18/47), and Pals and Gals (6/3/54).