Sep. 5 / Prod. No. 4063 / 151/2
m / pd Jules White / st
scr Felix Adler / ph
George Kelley / e
Edwin Bryant / a Charles
Clague / C: Judy Malcolm (Tessie), Ethelreda Leopold (Jessie),
Doris Houck (Bessie), Symona Boniface (Landlady) and Al Thompson (Hobo)
The Stooges are now ex G.I's confronted
with all the trials and tribulations of discharged veterans. Their
biggest problem is finding a home for their three lovemates, Jessie,
Tessie, and Bessie, who have been dispossessed. The Stooges and their
future wives finally make their home in a vacant lot. They try their
best to make their newfound love-nest provide all the comforts of
home, like fresh food (bird eggs from a nearby tree) and nice freshly
vaccumed carpet (the grass). Yes, all is seeming quite well and normal
until a tractor comes along plows over their little loveshack and
destroys it. Now, once again down on their luck and few options left,
they convert a one-room apartment into a midget sized bungalow where
the six retire after their wedding ceremony.
Did you know that the housing shortage
was very real for many G.I.'s returning from WW II?
film title has been mistakenly listed as G.I. Wanna Go Home.
Parrot in turkey gag also in Crash Goes the Hash (2/5/44), Three
Dark Horses (10/16/52) and Listen, Judge (3/6/52).