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Celebrity laden candid footage, in and around Hollywood.

Moe, Larry & Curly clown on a cruise ship with Victor McLaglen and Wynn Gibson, in a behind-the-scenes outtake from THE CAPTAIN HATES THE SEA (1934).

In other segments... Charles Farrell and Ralph Bellamy at the Palm Springs Racquet Club, Walt Disney receives the French Legion of Honor Cross, George Breakston receives an autographed picture of Benito Mussolini, Mary Pickford at work, Anita Louise does a card trick, Dolores del Rio and Gene Raymond play ping pong, and Fred and Dorothy Stone dance.

This film's discovery was reported in The Three Stooges Journal # 46 (Summer 1988).

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SCREEN SNAPSHOTS  Series 15  # 7 on IMDb

Moe, Larry and Curly
Release Date
February 28, 1936
Columbia Studios
Production Type
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10.5 min.

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Prod. No.:   1968

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