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Offline Tony Bensley

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Re: Cookoo Cavaliers (1940)
« Reply #25 on: April 30, 2016, 03:26:16 PM »
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  • (1) That guy is with four ADULT ladies; (2) he is too worried about how pleasing they are; (3) he wants them to be gorgeous blondes; (4) etc. etc. etc.
    This doesn't seem to leave much room for interpretation, does it?  ;)

    I need to get to viewing this short sometime soon!  :)

    CHEERS!  [3stooges]

    Offline Hollister56

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    Re: Cookoo Cavaliers (1940)
    « Reply #26 on: January 06, 2017, 05:43:03 AM »
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  • This short is Hilarious, every scene is a 10/10,

    Okay except for the cut on the dog, but the hair remover, the mallet scene with it bouncing off her head.  The babes, fish song, Curly saying any sap knows you spell Saloon with a C. 

    I am going to kill you for what you did to my Rosita, oh that was a mistake, wait to you see what we did to these girls.  Presto, Change-o, Domino..............

    The bottles on the head he gets at the end.

    It's all fun and games and anyone who doesn't see it that way, well................ [pie]

    This is the 3 Stooges at their finest. 

    Great Short.

    Offline Woe-ee-Woe-Woe80

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    Re: Cookoo Cavaliers (1940)
    « Reply #27 on: December 05, 2017, 11:09:20 AM »
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  • A good short that is sandwiched in between so many great shorts from the wonderful 1940-41 era (which I've thought was the Stooges' best era), I do agree with many that the scenes where the stooges were selling the fish were funnier than the scenes where the stooges were working at a salon, I consider this to be the second weakest of the 1940 shorts with "Nutty But Nice" being slightly weaker than this short, overall I give this short a 7.5/10