Up in Daisy's Penthouse

Synopsis: The stooges' father strikes it rich in oil and immediately issues divorce papers to his wife. He plans to marry a gold digging younger woman unless the boys can disrupt the proceedings.
 
IMDB:
7.4
Year:
1953
16 min
15 Views


Boys! Boys!

Breakfast.

Good morning ma... ma...

ma... Good morning ma.

Now that I'm old your

father has divorced me.

Oh, he won't get away with that.

Don't worry, mom, we'll

bring him back alive.

Or in pieces.

Come on, fellas, we

gonna break up this way.

Yeah.

Hey fellas, it's dad up there!

Oh, I'm ... everything for the wedding.

And I get the marriage

license too, Daisy Waisy.

Here, you better hold

it, I may forget it.

Oh, good.

Oh, Popsie Woopsie, you've promised me

that you'll have that nasty

old sideburns in shave.

They tickle your baby.

Okay, Daisy Waisy, I'll go

right to the barber shop,

and I also have my hair die black,

so I look young and handsome.

Oh, wonderful.

I'm sorry, I can't stay to lunch,

but I don't to be late to the wedding.

We'll be back at three o'clock sharp.

My little honey pie.

Hey fellas!

We shall stop that wedding.

Listen, you won't...

Hey, how we're going in there?

Wait to hear of that.

Oh, a screwdriver.

Nah, that's a sledgehammer,

and I got a . Wait.

Just stay here now. Hold

still, I gonna beat down.

- Pardon me. Hold that.

- Oh, thank you.

Get me that hammer! I'll murder you!

No, no, no Moe, no, no!

- What's the meaning of this?

- Get up of here! Come on.

What are you doing here?

Ma sent us up here to keep

you to marry that blonde.

Yeah.

And I aim to do it, I aim to, I aim.

You termites!

- He still slaps.

- You bet.

Now, you boys be nice

and I let you come to my

wedding this afternoon.

Here's some money.

Go out and get yourself

some nice clothes.

Nothing doing. We'll not

gonna get you married,

- and you can't bribe me.

- Me too.

Me three.

Hey, you can't take that

from him. Give it back!

Hey!

Now get out of here and

let's you wanna dress

like human beings and

come to my wedding.

Okay, pop, you win.

Well, that's better.

Now you go in there and help

yourselves from my clothes.

- Oh, thanks, pa!

- Yes, you're great, daddy.

I'm going down in the barber shop

and have these wiskers taken off,

and I'm gonna have my hair die.

Wouldn't help you, pop.

Don't you get fresh

now, son because you...

I'll see you when I get back.

210, 211...

Wait a minute.

- Come here.

- Give back that money!

Get going.

We gotta find a way to

break up this wedding.

Oh, boy!

I got a golf suit.

Oh boy!

Hey!

Something smells awful.

What are you looking at me for?

Oh boy! You hit the jackpot!

Those moths lay a lot

of eggs, don't they?

This coat is...

Nitwit you!

I'm sorry, Moe, I'll turn around.

How can be Pop wear

clothes like these...?

Why you...!

- Wait. I didn't mean it, sure.

- Come on!

Go on, get out of here!

Well, I guess the

other pants are better.

Oh, pa maybe sits over an ice cream.

I'll take care of that.

There.

Cleaning fluid! How convenient!

Now I'll fix that.

That's it.

Oh, yeah?

- How I look, kid?

- Pretty good, that I say.

I see you have a thread

hanging, wait a minute, Moe.

- Then get it off.

- I got it.

There.

I wanna look pretty good, you know.

Boy, what a precious material.

Must be import, it smells to ocean.

Well, there it is.

Oh, yeah?

I'll have it in a minute, Moe.

A monocule!

Well, I'll wear this anyway.

Like them best.

Are you coming?

- There!

- Fine.

- What happened?

- Wait a minute, Moe.

Must be a mistake.

I'm sorry.

Why you...!

- Oh, pants.

- Hey, hey, wait a minute!

- Come on!

- Look out there!

Give me these.

Wait a minute, they are

mine! I saw them first.

- They're my size!

- Get me those!

Come on, don't you worry about that.

- Get off those pants!

- No, I'm not!

- Let me have that pants!

- Yeah?

Have me loose!

Give me those!

King Solomon would give each half.

So, I'm king Solomon.

Give me three.

- Hi baby!

- Well, I have the marriage license,

and the wedding's off at three o'clock.

Nice work, beauty!

You know, me and Chopper

decided have the wedding

up here in the penthouse.

Yeah, wouldn't be very polite

that we give the guy the

works in his own joint,

specially in his wedding day.

Die by me.

Atta girl! And after's

all over, you and I will blow

to Europe to spend the old

guy's dough. Don't, baby?

Come on, give a guy a chance!

Don't you have the mirror!

How you like that!

Popsie!

Where are you?

Oh, why, Popsie! You

look 20 years younger

with the sideburns

shaved dark in the hair .

You smell so sweet!

She is the girl dad's gonna marry.

- She thinks he's pa!

- Perfect. Come on.

I just came to get you.

I decided to have our wedding

in my brother's penthouse.

We're ready. I'm his best

man, this is his worst.

- Did you get the license?

- Oh, let's see.

Moe, I am not what I...

Popsie!

Here it is!

The wedding bells are such a ring...

Make yourself at home, Popsie, and boys.

Hey, she's very hospital, ain't she?

Yeah, but we better be very careful.

What's the matter with you?

Got nerves, I'm in a hurry all over.

Well, a drink will fix you up.

Come on, porpcupine,

we'll mix a M L frapp.

Go ahead, give me a hand.

Hey, would ma be tickled

when she finds out

that they marry Shemp instead of pa.

Yeah, but won't pa sizzler?

She would suppose to be his wife

and now she's gonna be his daughter.

Wait a minute. I think

it's a little too strong.

Okay.

- Here, shake it up.

- Shake it up.

Thank you.

- Sounds like it's done.

- Indroppedly.

Boy, we should miss the dippedly.

- Yes, we should did.

- Yeah.

What's the matter with you?

I'll knock your brains...!

Hello.

Put back these silver muglets.

- Moe, I ain't got no muglets.

- Put them back!

Put them back!

Why, you, I'll...!

We got knock the old men off, and quick.

Sure, as soon the mug marries

Daisy, I polish him on.

We can't shoot him. That'll

make too mucho noise.

Make too much noise.

I get it! As soon he get marry,

I take the mug dump out of the window.

He drops 14 stories, then

it looks like an accident.

Yeah, that's a good idea.

I'm glad that they made

up their mind, because...

Wait a minute! You think they mean me?

Well, they don't mean your uncle.

Hi, Popsie, are you

ready for the big leap?

Big leap, yes, I...

I won't g... get marry, I won't

I tell you, I wouldn't, I... I...

What are we waiting for?

- Come on.

- Moe, Moe...!

We are gather here today

to unite this coup...

I wonder what's keeping my Daisy Waisy.

Boy, would she be surprised

to see how young I look.

- Hello?

- Is Daisy there?

Yeah, but she can't come to the phone,

now she is busy get marry

to the old man Howard.

Thanks, I'll call later.

Marry? She can't do that, I ain't there.

But I'll be there, I'm coming right

over, that's what I'll do, by golly.

What do you like that? Look at this.

By the power invested in me, I

now pronounce you man and wife

until death do you part.

Listen, we can't throw

the old man out the window

while the justice of

peace is still here.

What can we'll do?

I get it! Let's dump him

down the elevator shaft.

Good boy. Now I tell you what you'll do.

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