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Nov. 4 / Prod. No. 4105 / 151/2
m / p Hugh McCollum
/ d Edward Bernds
/ st scr Elwood
Ullman / ph Allen Siegler / e
Henry DeMond / a Charles
Clague / C: Dee Green (Fatima), Phil Van Zandt (Futamon),
Ralph Dunn (Rhadames), Vernon Dent (King Rootentootin***),
Suzanne Ridgeway, Virginia Ellsworth (Pretty Girls) and Wanda Perry
The Stooges are used chariot dealers
in Egypt who unload a real lemon on King Rootentootin's Chief of the
Palace Guards. Needless to say, he's not too happy about the transaction
and quickly returns to the lot to get a full refund only to find that
the boys have conveniently closed their doors to business for the
day. After breaking through the fence, he finds the Stooges splitting
their profits on the sale. He seizes the boys and brings them before
the King to seek the death penalty. The King, however, sets them free
when they (out of sheer luck) fix the King's incessant toothache.
Then, when the boys thwart the Prime Minister's plot to steal all
of the taxpayer's money, the King offers them the hand of his favorite
daughter. It turns out, however, that she has the face of an old goat.
Moe and Larry, select to step back leaving Shemp to be the "volunteering"
Did you know that many of the Columbia
background players from the supporting cast, graduated to speaking
roles. Suzanne Ridgeway, here pouring wine for the King, was one
***Spelling in film's script.