June 3 / Prod. No. 4211 / 17
m / p d Jules White
Clyde Bruckman / scr Jack
White / ad Irving Moore / ph Gert
Andersen / e Edwin Bryant / a
Ross Bellah / C: Christine McIntyre
(Nell), George Chesebro (Quirt), Norman Willis (Doc Barker in stock
footage), Heinie Conklin (Henchman), Vernon Dent (Doctor in stock footage),
Jacques O'Mahoney (Johnny, the Arizona Kid, in stock footage), Stanley
Blystone (Colonel, in stock footage), Frank Ellis (Jake, in stock footage),
Ruth Godfrey (Belle) and Norman Randall (Zell)
The Stooges embark on a Wild West
mission in an attempt to save Nell's sisters from the clutches of
the evil Doc Barker and his gang of henchmen. The boys disguise themselves
as Southern Gentlemen to sneak in and save the goils. They use a covered
wagon as a getaway vehicle when they rescue Belle and Zell, Nell's
entrapped sisters. You know...one of those covered wagons fully-equipped
with a monkey and a meat grinder machine gun. Two "must-have"
options for a Stooges wild-west western short ending in a high-speed
wagon getaway scene.
In this wacky remake, script alterations
included Larry winding up in jail, and the trio fleeing from Barker
and his gang in a covered wagon
Cuckoo Westerners / SD: 1
(Date not listed) / FN: Remake of Out West (4/24/47),
with only exception being the boys' (not the Arizona Kids') freeing
of Nell's sisters in the new footage. Features stock footage from Goofs
and Saddles (7/2/37). The gag of mixing liquids in an old boot reappears.
Also, the exchanging cards under the table routine appears, which was
staged in Goofs and Saddles (7/2/37) and in Out West (4/24/47).