Cuckoo on a Choo Choo

Cuckoo on a Choo Choo

A satirization of the Oscar winning film "A Street Car Named Desire" (1951). Larry mimics Brando in the story which takes place on a railroad car named Schmow. The most controversial Stooge short. While it is considered by some to be the most daring, contemporary and innovative of all Stooge shorts, others contend it is the worst Stooge short ever made.

Larry and Shemp are living in a stolen railroad car. Larry wants to marry his girlfriend, but she won't consent until Shemp marries her sister. Shemp however, is constantly drunk and in ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Cuckoo on a Choo Choo torrent reviews

Elric N (mx) wrote: Interesting, but scary too. For geeks only

DC F (ca) wrote: Very silly and not what I expected. I watched this when I was sick and it made me happy.

Cindy F (ca) wrote: Horrible, just horrible. Even knowing it was a spoof, it wasn't funny! Had the feel of a really bad soft porn.

Ethan L (ca) wrote: Simple with all the soap.

Jenn H (gb) wrote: there are so many movies about WWII. If you're just going to watch a few, make sure this is among them.

Tyler H (es) wrote: I've never even heard of this but it seems pretty awesome!

Matty S (fr) wrote: One of the finest films of the 1990's. Vincent Gallow's surrealist take on damaged people trying to pursue some form of comfort and love is both original and referential. This film is filled with magical and dark moments.

Brian M (it) wrote: Could have been worse..

Calyre Z (jp) wrote: "Les naufrags du 747"

Tracey c (es) wrote: This Oscar-nominated film has the legendary Cary Grant as a government attorney who can't seem to shake his bad fortune.Living on a houseboat.Widowed and left with three unruly kids. he hires Sophia Loren as a governess. The magnetic Loren and the charming Grant add up to a cheeky,urbane comedy.

Keith T (gb) wrote: This excellent film surfaced in BBC 4's current "Western Weekend". I can't remember even seeing it before (and I've seen quite a few!). Rod Steiger's former Conferederate soldier who decides he'd rather live with the Sioux than in the United States makes for an intriguing character. I had no idea Charles Bronson was making movies in 1957 until I heard his Indian Chief character speak and thought "wait a minute, isn't that Charles Bronson"! The the second part of the story seems to have elements of the 1866 Fetterman Massacre, but perhaps I'm putting 2 & 2 together and making 5 there.

Juli N (nl) wrote: Simple plot, a tiny 500,000 budget, no big name stars, no bells and whistles! And yet it manages to frighten those who can imagine themselves in this terrifying situation! If you're like me and have a shark phobia to begin with then you'll have no trouble getting in touch with your inner fear as the tension and suspense mounts!The fact that it's based on a true story makes it even more horrifying!