As much as I love this short, I have never appreciated the ending... why did they recycle the ending from "A Pain in the Pullman" (yay, Paul Pain!)?
The best part is how those idiots could sell all those memberships.
"I'll be back in a quack with a quack, and I do mean quack!"
"You gentlemen ever sold anything?" "Coitainly, anything we could lay our hands on." "The gentleman said 'sold,' not 'stole.'"
The execution on this short is amazing. The boys and Bud Jamison show their abilities to multi-task in this one. They run, show sadness, anger, and joy, and sing harmony. Pure talent in this cast through and through.
Curly better executed the duck scene then Moe did later in Stone Age Romeos/I'm a Monkey's Uncle... proof that scenes are best with the actors they are written for.
My favorite part is everyone's faces when they shoot the inflatable duck and it just blows to pieces.