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WEDLOCK DEADLOCK

Newlyweds Eddie & Betty (Joe DeRita and Christine McIntyre) move into their honeymoon house, only to find her relatives waiting to move in for a few months. The in-laws are soon eating everything in sight, and taking over the household. Friend Dick comes up with the idea for he and his wife (Dorothy Granger) to pose as Eddie's relatives, alumni of a sanitarium, to scare Betty's family away. The plan works, all too well to the newlyweds' regret.


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Featuring
Joe DeRita (Solo)
Release Date
December 18, 1947
Studio
Columbia
Production Type
Short Subject
Duration
16.25 min.
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Prod. No.:   4106
Shooting Days:   4 days   From: 1947-09-02   To: 1947-09-05

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Re: WEDLOCK DEADLOCK
Posted 2006-04-04 17:07:24 by Bangsmith
Edited 2006-04-04 17:16:25 by Bangsmith
This Joe DeRita solo effort again shows how much funnier he was solo than as a Stooge. Joe's in-laws come to stay for a while, and are housebreakers to the extreme! After they show themselves to be ungrateful slobs, Joe and his wife enlist a co-worker and his wife to come over and act even nuttier than the in-laws! This succeeds in driving them out, but then THEY want to move in!! This will make you want to throw your roommate(s) out!!

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Re: WEDLOCK DEADLOCK
Posted 2002-07-08 00:42:00 by Del Lord
I dunno, I thought this one was pretty good. It's no lost classic, but the feigned-insanity gags and obnoxious in-laws are nicely portrayed (with Dorothy Granger especially good) even if the material itself isn't quite up to par. I also liked the bit with Joe reading a book on committing the perfect murder, and said book crediting Ellwood Ullman as author. There's just one thing I'm uncertain of. How the heck did Joe DeRita end up married to a hottie like Christine McIntyre? Sigh [:-)]

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Re: WEDLOCK DEADLOCK
Posted 2001-05-15 11:16:00 by BeAStooge
Disappointing Ed Bernds effort. Could have been so much better with a young Joe DeRita paired with Christine McIntyre and Dorothy Granger.

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