Misbehaving Husbands, film by William Beaudine, 1940

Misbehaving Husbands, film by William Beaudine, 1940

Misbehaving Husbands, 1940

A film by William Beaudine

“The owner of a department store is threatened with divorce by his wife, who has gotten reports that he’s been seen in the arms of a beautiful blonde on the night of their 20th wedding anniversary. He has to find a way to convince her that the “beautiful blonde” in question was actually a store mannequin that he was taking in for repairs.” (IMDB)

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The Admiral was a Lady, a film by Roxbury Productions, 1950

The Admiral Was a Lady

The Admiral was a Lady, 1950

A film by Roxbury Productions

“Four slacker G.I.’s — boxer Mike O’Halloran (Steve Brodie), interior decorator Eddie Hoff (Johnny Sands), cab driver Ollie Bonelli (Richard Erdman) and ex-employment counselor Jimmy Stevens (Edmond O’Brien) — return from World War II and avoid jobs in order to stay on the dole. At the unemployment office, they meet the gorgeous WAVE officer Jean Madison (Wanda Hendrix), and all promptly fall in love with her. The men then forget about their friendships as they vie for Jean’s affections.” (IMDB)

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A Haul in One, an animated short featuring Popeye the Sailor Man, 1956

A Haul in One, an animated short featuring Popeye the Sailor Man, 1956

A Haul in One, 1956

An animated short by Izzy Sparber (as I. Sparber)

“Popeye and Bluto are, believe it or not, pals and partners in a moving company. (Maybe it’s because Popeye isn’t squinting here.) Anyhow, Olive has made the mistake of hiring them. She hasn’t finished packing yet, so the boys, smitten as soon as she answers the door, compete to help her. Once packed, they compete to move more impressive piles of her belongings. Popeye easily wins these contests, even though Bluto locks him in the van at one point. At the end, Bluto socks Popeye into the piano, then into a table; though he hardly seems to need it, Popeye still eats his spinach, then thrashes Bluto.” (IMDB)

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Disorder in the Court, starring The Three Stooges, 1936

Disorder in the court, starring the Three Stooges, 1936

Disorder in the Court, 1936

A film by Jack White

A Three Stooges adventure. The goofy, bungling trio discovers the true identity of a murderer when their friend is wrongly accused of murder. The slap-stick Kings are up to their usual tricks in this light-hearted romp. (Browse our Movie Archive)

The Flying Deuces, with Laurel and Hardy, 1939


The Flying Deuces, 1939

A film by A. Edward Sutherland

The hilarious duo joins the foreign legion to escape doldrums after a slump Ollie’s romantic life. They get in a heap of trouble when they try to desert, and things go from bad to worse. Will they face the firing squad, or find a way out of this crazy mess? (Browse our Movie Archive)

The Big Bad Wolf, by Castle Films, 1936


The Big Bad Wolf, 1936

A film by Castle Films

Adorable animated characters sing and dance. A real wolf shows up, after the barnyard is tricked by blacksheep crying wolf earlier. Little Bow Peep and Little Boy Blue, and more. The cartoon is also known as Little Boy Blue.  (Browse our Movie Archive)

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