July 11 / Prod. No. 500 / 18
m / p d Jules White / st
scr Felix Adler and Clyde Bruckman / ph
L.W. O'Connell / e Jerome
Thoms / C: Mary Ainslee (Gilda, the King's Daughter),
Johnny Kascier (Napolean), Vernon Dent (Umpchay), Bud Jamision (Amscray),
Duncan Renaldo (Envoy/Devil), Don Barclay (Bawlin/Devil), Jack Lipson
(Chizzilini) and Bert Young (Guard)
Amscray, Ixnay and Umpchay are first shown discussing their
serious regret in appointing Moe Hailstone as the dictator of Moronica.
They all scheme a plan to put King Herman 6 7/8 back into power and
remove Hailstone for good. They hire Gilda, the King's daughter to
spy on Hailstone and plant an eight-ball loaded with gunpowder on
the dictator's pool table. Successful in their mission, Gilda convinces
Hailstone (Moe), Pebble (Larry), and Gallstone (Curly) that their
axis partners are plotting to overthrow them. The Stooges call for
an important meeting with the Axis Partners (in an attempt to appease
them) and the conference quickly turns into a debacle when the ministers
and the Stooges play catch around the room with a model globe, arguing
who will get ownership. In the midst of this unfriendly game, Curly
picks up the loaded eight-ball and throws it at on of the henchmen,
blowing up everything in the conference room. When the smoke clears,
we see Gilda reporting her victory to the King, as the Stooges are
shown as trophies hanging on the wall like hunting game.
The politicians names are based on
Pig Latin, but two of them are different here (Dent & Jamison)
than those used in You Nazty Spy!
A sequel to You
Nazty Spy (1/19/40).