The Three Stooges Collection, Vol. 6 - 1949-1951

The Three Stooges Collection, Vol. 6 - 1949-1951

Edward Bernds, Erle C. Kenton, Hugh McCollum, Jules White,

DVD (Remastered / Wide Screen / Full Frame / B&W)

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Incredible as it may seem, The Three Stooges are gainfully employed as dance directors at the B.O. movie studio in Hollywood. The boys' boss Mr. Baines (Emil Sitka) has purchased the tropical island of Rarabonga in order to produce a South Seas epic. Unfortunately, none of the natives know how to perform a hula dance, so Moe, Shemp and Larry are sent to the island to show them how. Upon their arrival, our heroes are captured by a tribe of headhunters, led by sinister witch doctor Varanu (Kenneth MacDonald). The Stooges' ultimate salvation rests in the hands of the island king's beautiful daughter Luana (Jean Willes)--not to mention a cache of hand grenades, jealously guarded by a three-armed idol (a comic situation resurrected from the earlier 2-reeler Some More of Samoa). This is the only Three Stooges comedy directed by longtime Columbia short-subject producer Hugh McCollum.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/16/2009
UPC: 0043396305823
Original Release: 0000
Rating: NR
Source: Sony Pictures
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [B&W, Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Time: 6:30:00
Sales rank: 1,614

Special Features

Closed Caption

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Moe Howard Moe,Actor,Moella
Three Stooges Primary Artist
Bud Abbott Chick Larkin
Larry Fine Actor,Larry,Larraine
Lou Costello Mervyn Milgrim
Shemp Howard Shemp,Actor
Patric Knowles Jim Turner
Vernon Dent Actor
Babe London Actor
Christine McIntyre Actor
Dick Curtis Actor
Emil Sitka Actor,Mort, the jailer
Gene Roth Actor
George Lewis Gin-a-Rummy
Jean Willes Actor
Jock Mahoney Actor
Kenneth MacDonald Actor
Mary Ainslee Actor
Stanley Blystone Actor
William Gargan Lieutenant Moran
Frank Lackteen Haffa Dolla
Kathleen O'Malley Actor
Louise Allbritton Jane Little
Margie Liszt Actor
Mary Martin Actor
Philip Van Zandt Actor
Stanley Price Actor

Technical Credits
Edward Bernds Director
Erle C. Kenton Director
Hugh McCollum Director
Jules White Director

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