|Soup to Nuts 1930 N/R, 70 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Benjamin Stoloff
Cast: Ted Healy, Frances McCoy, Charles Winninger, George Bickel, Lucile Browne, Stanley Smith, Shemp Howard, Moe Howard, Hallam Cooley, Fred Sanborn, Larry Fine, William H. Tooker, Billy Barty, Florence Roberts, Rube Goldberg
In this slapstick comedy–which marks the movie debut of The Three Stooges–Shemp Howard, Moe Howard, and Larry Fine play firemen who are friends of Ted (Ted Healy) who is an employee of Otto Schmidt's (Charles Winninger) costume store is then told not to tell Otto's niece, Louise (Lucile Browne), that the store is going bankrupt. Meanwhile, Richard Carlson (Stanley Smith) arrives to manage the store and falls for Louise who is not at all interested in him. Ted invites Queenie (Frances McCoy) and Louise to the Firemen's Ball during which Ted and Richard will wear identical costumes in an attempt to fool Louise, but she catches on. Matters come to a head when fires break out, and the zany firemen arrive in time to rescue both Richard and Louise.
|Wild Company 1930 N/R, 73 min.|
Director: Leo McCarey
Cast: Frank Albertson, H.B. Warner, Sharon Lynn, Joyce Compton, Claire McDowell, Bela Lugosi, George Fawcett, Richard Keene, Frances McCoy, Kenneth Thomson, Mildred Van Dorn, Bob Callahan, Oscar Apfel, Grady Sutton, Sidney Bracey
Following an argument with his girlfriend, Larry Grayson (Frank Albertson) heads for a nightclub, owned by Felix Brown (Bela Lugosi), where he meets Sally (Sharon Lynn) who proves to be the last thing he needs because she's a gangster's moll, and the gangster uses Larry for his own purposes.
|1. Soup to Nuts (1930)|
2. Wild Company (1930)
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