All the World’s a Stooge (1941) Rated NR

Three window washers are mistaken as dentists and run amok at a socialite’s home. Starring Curly Howard, Larry Fine, and Moe Howard.

In this Three Stooges short, the stooges change into three different characters. They start as window washers, then become fake dentists, and by the end, they become refugees in need of adoption. The stooges are window washers at a dentist’s office when they are mistaken for dentists by a man whose wife is looking to adopt refugees. He brings them back to his house, where they dress up as orphans to be adopted.  There are funny bits and classic stooge humor that plays along with the transitions of characters. As with most of the stooges’ bits, they are rather mindless and don’t make much sense. However, it has its moments, making it worth a watch.


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