musical Novelty / Rl. May 5 / Prod.
No. 112 / 21m / d
Archie Gottler / st Jerome S. Gottler
/ ph Joseph August / e
James Sweeney / s Edward Bernds /
C: Marjorie White (Mary, Larry's
Wife), Monty Collins (Mr. Zero, member), Bud Jamison (Club Chairman),
Snowflake (Baggage Man), Jack Norton (Wedding Member), Tiny Sandford
(Cop), Geo. Gray (Man on Crutches), Walter Brennan (Train Conductor),
A.R. Haysel, Don Roberts, Les Goodwin, Charles Richman and Gilbert
C. Emery (Bit Men)
joins the Woman Haters Club's only to break his oath shortly
afterward when he falls head over heels and marries a blonde
beauty named Mary (played by the up-and-coming beauty Marjorie
White). Moe and Curly, also proud members of the Woman Haters
Club, get steamed when they learn of the marriage during Mary
and Larry's honeymoon train trip west. While inside Moe and
Curly's train berth, Mary informs them that Larry is her man
and that all "no-women agreements" are now null and
void. While making her point and standing her ground, she ends
up pushing them out the train window.
Did you know this short marked the beginning of the Stooges'
careers with Columbia Pictures.
Did you know that this short was written so that the dialog
would flow in constant rhyme?
Did you know that Marjorie
White was killed in an automobile accident shortly after the
production of this film?
Did you know this short was one of only two Stooge films featuring
Larry Fine in a leading role. He has more camera time than
the other two Stooges and the story is focused around his
relationship with lead actress Marjorie White. (The second
film that showed "Larry-diversity" was Cuckoo on
a Choo Choo from 1952).
(T 3/27 to F 3/30/34) FN:
the film was originally released, Marjorie White received top-billing
over the Three Stooges, who were credited as "Jerry Howard,
Larry Fine, and Moe Howard."