Beer and Pretzels (1933) starring Ted Healy and the Three Stooges (Moe, Larry, Curly)
At best, Beer and Pretzels can be considered as prehistoric Three Stooges – not bad, but way too much “other” stuff. It’s available on DVD, as an extra on the Flying Down to Rio DVD, of all things.
Funny movie quotes from Beer and Pretzels starring the Three Stooges
Stage Manager: Get out in that gutter where you belong!
Ted Healy: I’ll go out in the gutter, but I don’t belong!
Moe Howard: Let me tell you a thing or two, if it hadn’t been for you, we wouldn’t be thrown out of these theatres, always foolin’ around with the girls instead of rehearsin’ the act!
Larry Fine: Yeah, I heard ya tell that girl you were gonna put her name in electric lights!
Ted Healy: Is that what I said?
Larry Fine: Yeah!
Ted Healy: you know, I was thinking of something else. Let me tell you, from now on, I am serious, no more girls, strictly business!
Larry Fine: You mean, that?
Ted Healy: If I am lying, I hope you drop dead!
[pretty girl walks by]
Ted Healy: [to Larry] Hee-hee, you haven’t got long to live, son!
Ted Healy: Hey, you know, you’re a beautiful creature, how ah, how would you like your name in electric lights?
Bonnie: I’d like it.
Ted Healy: So would I!
Ted Healy: [to Bonnie] Did you ever hear of, Garbo and Harlow?
Moe Howard: [to Ted] Did you ever hear of a bowl of soup?
Curly Howard: Yeah, when do we eat?
Cast of characters
- Ted Healy (Soup to Nuts; Dancing Lady) … Ted Healy
- Moe Howard (I’m a Monkey’s Uncle) … Moe (as Howard)
- Larry Fine (Baby Sitters Jitters) … Larry (as Fine)
- Curly Howard (Some More of Samoa) … Curly (as Howard)
- Bonnie Bonnell (Nertsery Rhymes) … Bonny Latour (as Bonny)
- The Three Ambassadors … Singing Bartenders