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Three Short Films

For today, I’ve got another triplet of short films to review. All three shorts are in black and white, but in other respects, there’s an odd man out in a couple of ways. Two of the films are silents, but … Continue reading

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Brideless Groom / A Trip to the Moon / The Rounders

Got an assortment of short films to cover today. Rather than give each of them individual full-length reviews — I find it hard to justify giving a 20-minute film an entire day to itself — I thought I would cover … Continue reading

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Malice in the Palace

Today hasn’t left me a lot of time to watch or write anything, so it seems like a good time to bring out another classic Three Stooges short. 1949’s Malice in the Palace, directed and produced by Jules White, is … Continue reading

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Disorder in the Court

What with the Thanksgiving holiday, I haven’t had a whole lot of time to watch films the past few days, but there’s always time to catch a short film. In the mood for some classic stupidity, I decided to check … Continue reading

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Jerks of All Trades

The Three Stooges are an American institution, an inimitable comedy act that several decades later are still remembered fondly and still watched by generations whose parents weren’t alive when their comedy shorts were originally released. Like a lot of people, … Continue reading

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