Three Little Twirps

Three Little Twirps

The Stooges get a job putting up posters for a circus but discover that instead of money, their pay is tickets to the show. When trying to scalp their tickets gets them in trouble, they hide out backstage where Curly has an encounter with a bearded lady and Moe and Larry hide in a horse suit. When they're caught, the circus manager gives them a choice of going to jail or joining the circus. What they don't know is that they are to be targets for the Zulu spear thrower. When Curly hits the spear thrower with one of his own spears, the boys are on the run once again.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:15 minutes
  • Release:1943
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:circus,   spear,   slapstick,  

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Jeff D (ag) wrote: Tim Robbins is distracting in his role as the psuedo-villain in this rather ordinary political thriller.

John K (it) wrote: is it just me? What's with all the poor reviews? I love this movie!

Tim S (br) wrote: saw it last time when i was 10 and I'm basing my review on THAT impression. I was enthralled by a kid my age getting to be a baseball manager

Logan M (au) wrote: A real stand out for Spike Lee. His flawless direction backs his well inspired script, thus making "Do The Right Thing" meaningful, and above all, important.

Kevin E (de) wrote: I've read the book "banner in the sky" which is the book for this movie. There are some differences but it is still good.

Kitty L (nl) wrote: You have to watch this just for the costumes! Beautiful film, whoever though a g string could be so dangerous ;)

Mark C (kr) wrote: Dose Dupla - Denzel Washingtom

Kitty F (br) wrote: this story almost line made me cry. its really sad but awesome movie

Pedro C (ca) wrote: Interesting experiment, boring movie!