Curly Howard has a small cameo (8 sec.) in OPERATOR 13 as a Confederate soldier. Costume and makeup production stills of Curly exist, and one graces the cover of The Three Stooges Journal # 118 (Summer 2006). It can also be found in the book One Fine Stooge.
Healy stooge Paul "Mousie" Garner had a small role as a Union soldier in the film's opening moments, but unfortunately cannot be singled out from the crowd scene.
OPERATOR 13 was referred to, two years later in the Stooges' Civil War comedy UNCIVIL WARRIORS (1935)... "What happened to Operator 13?" "He swam across the river and died of 'Potom-aine' poisoning."
Walter Long is usually known for his bad-guy turns in films like THREE LITTLE PIGSKINS (1934), and Laurel and Hardy's PARDON US (1932), GOING BYE-BYE (1934) and THE LIVE GHOST (1934). But this time, he appears as one of the "good guys," Union spy 'Operator 55.'
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