Jan. 4 / Prod. No. 4156 / 16
m / p Hugh McCollum
/ d Edward Bernds
/ st scr Elwood
Ullman / ph No
Credit / e Henry DeMond / a
Charles Clague / C: Vernon Dent
(Mr. John Bradley), Phil Van Zandt (Ahmed), Dick Curtis (Hassan) and
Wesley Bly (Genie)
It took six months for John Bradley
to accumulate his priceless colleciton of antiques and china, so naturally
he is concerned about the crashing and smaching sounds emanating from
the Stooge-owned Superior Warehouse and Storage Co. One item that
doesn't break, however, is a copper lamp, which Shemp delightedly
rubs free of dust. This is no ordinary lamp, and the magnificent genie
that bursts forth in a puff of smoke is pleased to grant Shemp whatever
wishes his heart desires. But Shemp is not the only one with an affection
for genies. Arabian thieves have tracked the lamp to the Stooges'
warehouse, and are more than willing to use four-foot sabres and razor-sharp
daggers to express their displeasure with the genie's new masters.
The Stooges get the last laugh when they use their final wish producing
a room full of harem girls and many treasures.
Moe, who was always adept to dialects,
spouts some wonderfully fake Chinese.
Genii with the Light Brown Hair /
SD: 4 (M 1/9 to TH 1/12/50).