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Wide Awake Detective Agency investigators Joe and Hawth have failed to solve the antique robberies of the Ape Man Gang, and are given one last chance by their boss, I. Katchum. Guarding an antique shop late at night, the boys come face-to-face with a gang of crooks who have trained a real gorilla for the break-ins.

A remake of The Three Stooges' DIZZY DETECTIVES (1943), with some stock footage from that short. Remade with stock footage as HOOK A CROOK (1955), also starring Besser and Hawthorne.

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Joe Besser (Solo)
Release Date
December 13, 1951
Production Type
Short Subject
16.1 min.
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Working Title(s):   SILLY SLEUTHS
Prod. No.:   4192
Shooting Days:   4 days   From: 1951-07-23   To: 1951-07-26

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  • "You gave the baby a revolver?" "What, I should give her a knife so she could cut herself?"
    (Jim Hawthorne & Joe Besser)

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