Which Way To The Front? movie trailer - starring Jerry Lewis, Jan Murray, John Wood, Steve Franken, Dack Rambo, Robert Middleton. Directed by Jerry Lewis. Genre: Comedy
A millionaire uses a fake name to infiltrate a musical making fun of him in Let's Make Love (1960).
Abbott and Costello try to pass themselves off as some of the world's leading African safari hunters, when in reality they'd be lucky to find Africa on a globe.
Jim Kirchherr explores the life and career of Joe Besser. Born to Orthodox Jewish parents in St. Louis. After beginning his career as a vaudeville and radio star, he became of member of the Three Stooges from 1955 to 1958. He would go on to have a successful career on television and in films until the 1970s, but he is most remembered for his time with the Stooges.
A look at the career of native St. Louisan Joe Besser, who had a long career in Hollywood, most notably as Shemp's replacement in the last of the Three Stooges shorts.
Billionaire Clement (Yves Montand) is still incognito, but jealous as he watches Amanda (Marilyn Monroe) perform the movie's title song by Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn, with her theater co-star (Frankie Vaughan), in George Cukor's Let's Make Love, 1960.
Following a comic prologue, French playboy magnate Clement (Yves Montand) is surrounded by sycophants, soon including Wales (Wilfrid Hyde White) and Coffman (Tony Randall) from PR, early in George Cukor's Let's Make Love, 1960.
Jet-set zillionaire Clement (Yves Montand), with aide Coffman (Tony Randall) drops by try-outs for a play in which he, among others, will be mocked, winds up enthralled by performer Amanda (Marilyn Monroe), until the director assumes he's in for an audition, in Let's Make Love, 1960.
Throughout the 70s, Joe E. Crumb collaborated extensively (ie, was tolerated by) Associated Hackensack Rediffusion in producing a series of bombastic telethons ostensibly founded to spread the gift of polio to more children. This rather misguided aim was the driving force beyond hour upon hour of nigh-unwatchable television. In the interest of public flogging and debasement, PROGRAM 2 is proud to be entrusted with archival responsibilities for this important archive of folk music and tv sales... this promo will get the ball rolling, further excerpts will arrive until the end of time. Song requests, complaints, suggestions, and polio stories should be submitted in the comments section so appropriate authorities can be contacted.
An authorized transfer supervised by the Crumb Memorial Estate...
(PROGRAM 2 Material - Super-8 Sound Kodachrome, Winter 2006)
The Three Stooges run the Pip Boys Tailor Shop. They need money to pay a bill for equipment. They hear on the radio that the robber Terry Hargen is on the loose and a large reward is offered for his capture. Hargen comes into their shop and The Boys capture him but the reward goes to the cops. In the end, all is not lost as they find money in Hargen's coat pocket and pay off their debt.
Shemp has inherited $500,000 from his rich uncle Caleb, contingent upon his getting married in seven hours. When several girls want to marry Shemp for the inheritance, chaos ensues. This short feature has what has become one of the most famous quoted lines from Three Stooges supporting player Emil Sitka, as he declares: "Hold hands you love birds."
The Stooges are key witnesses in a murder trial. The plot: 'Who killed Kirk Robbin?' Features the famous swearing in scene with Curly's'Take Off Your Hat' routine. Besides their usual antics, The Boys play musical instruments to accompany one of the best dance scenes - by the character Gail Tempest who is on trial for murder - in any short. The Boys uncover the real killer and solve the mystery.
In the land of Shmow, Larry, Moe & Shemp are restaurateurs. The patrons turn out to be bad guys and the plot evolves to The Boys entering the Emir of Shmow's palace to retrieve a 100 carat diamond from the ancient tomb of King Rutentuten. They subdue the guards in true Three Stooges fashion and get the Emir to acquiesce by posing as a spirit, one on top of another, in Santa Claus suits.
Let's Make Love -- Trailer for this classic comedy starring Marilyn Monroe and Yves Montand
Let's Make Love -- An international tycoon falls in love with a Broadway star but refrains from telling her who he is because he is the satirical subject of her show.
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