Nov. 28 / Prod. No. 210 / 17
m / p Jules White / d
Del Lord /
st scr Clyde Bruckman / ph
Benjamin Kline / e
Wm. Lyon / C: Bud Jamison (A. Panther),
Nanette Crawford, Eve Reynolds (Girls on the Golf Course), Frank Terry
(Golfer), Harry Semels (Gardener), Jack "Tiny" Lipson (Foreman),
Eddie Laughton (Desk Relief Clerk), Geo. Gray (Caddy), and Stanley Blystone
The Stooges are three inept deliverymen
for the Panther Brewing Company. When the Stooges learn that their
brewery is sponsoring a big golf tournament, they sneak off to a nearby
golf course to get in a bit of practice as they have never played
the game before! The golf course, however, never looks the same after
the Stooges are through practicing. Curly's ball gets stuck in a tree
and he chops down the tree in order to retrieve the ball. Larry gets
distracted by a small root sticking out of the ground, and starts
tugging on it. He keeps yanking on the root until, finally, the course
looks like a disjointed jigsaw puzzle. Moe, meanwhile, is busy creating
swiss cheese out of the fairways with his divots. It should come as
no suprise that the Stooges are chased off the golf course. In a hasty
escape in their beer truck, the barrels fall out of the truck and
roll away downhill.
Did you know that Larry was an avid golfer in real life?
4 (W 10/9 to SA 10/12/35) FN: The
"Press, Press, Pull" gag later appeared in Even as I.O.U.
(9/28/42). Beer trucks and rolling barrels also can be seen in What
No Beer (1933) with Buster Keaton.