Oct. 16 / Prod. No. 4200 / 16
m / p d Jules White
/ st scr Felix
Adler / ad James
Nicholson / ph Henry Freulich
/ e Edwin Bryant / a Cary
Odell / C: Kenneth MacDonald (Wm. "Bill" Wick),
Ben Welden (Digger), Johnny Kascier (Shemp's Stand-In), Harold Breen
(Moe's Stand-In) and D. White (Larry's Stand-In)
Only one task remains for the
crooks who run the shady presidential campaign of Hammond Egger: to
recruit three delegates who are "Too dumb to think and will do
what they tell them." Campaign manager Bill Wick sees potential
in the Stooges, who are doing janitorial work inside Egger's headquarters.
At the presidential convention, however, the Stooges have a change
of heart, deciding to vote for Egger's rival Able Lamb Stewer, thereby
disrupting the balance of world power (and Wick's sanity) forever.
Stewar wins the election as a result of the boys change of direction.
Did you know that the parrot talking
in a cooked turkey bit was used a total of 4 times in Stooges short
film history? It can also be seen in the following shorts: (Crash
Goes the Hash, G.I. Wanna Home and Listen Judge)
Small Delegates at Large / SD:
4 (T 8/26 to F 8/29/52) Shot on Stage 10.