Adaptation of the children's Snow White tale, with an exception... instead of the Seven Dwarves, we have The Three Stooges. Too faithful an adaptation, the Stooges are given little opportunity for 'stoogery," resulting in a sappy, big-budget dud.
Upon the King's death, the Queen (Patricia Medina) takes control of the Kingdom with the help of her wizard aide Count Oga, and imprisons her stepdaughter Snow White. Several years earlier, the Queen arranged for Hordred the Archer (Buddy Baer) to kill the bordering kingdom's Prince Charming, to void his promised betrothal to Snow White. But the Prince was rescued by three travelling medicine show hawkers (Moe, Larry & Curly Joe), and Hordred kept his failure a secret from the Queen. Stricken with amnesia, the Prince was adopted by the Stooges and spent several years travelling with them as ventriloquist and magician, Quatro the Magnificent.
Returning to present-day, the Queen is threatened by Snow White's beauty and orders Hordred to kill her as well, but the archer frees her and tells Snow White to flee the kingdom. She meets the Stooges, and Snow White and Quatro fall in love. During a performance at the castle, the Queen discovers that Charming and Snow White are still alive, and orders the deaths of them and the Stooges. The Stooges escape with the Princess, and thinking that Quatro has been killed, take refuge in a high mountain cabin. But with the help of Oga and his magics, the Queen discovers their hideaway, and plots to kill Snow White herself. Meanwhile, Prince Charming has regained his memory, and organizes the kingdom's citizens into a coup against the Queen and Oga.
Filmed in CinemaScope and TechniColor.