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  • Actors: Jack Pearl, Jimmy Durante, Zasu Pitts, Ted Healy, Edna May Oliver
  • Directors: Edward Bernds, Walter Lang
  • Writers: Allen Rivkin, Arthur Kober, Elwood Ullman, Herman J. Mankiewicz, Joseph L. Mankiewicz
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Black & White, Closed-captioned, Gold CD, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 1.0)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: November 21, 2006
  • Run Time: 122 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000HWZ4FC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #112,752 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Westward-ho-ho-ho! There's a wagonload of sundries and snake oil rolling toward Red Mesa and ? since Larry, Shemp and Moe hold the horses' reins ? there's a load of slaphappy shenanigans, too, in the way-out Western Gold Raiders. Barrel-chested cowboy icon George O'Brien adds heroics in a galloping battle with robbers. Meanwhile, with exploding cigars, a demonstration of the trio's "miracle eyeglasses" and a medical exam with the boys posing as MDs, the Stooges show how the jest was won. Next, in one of their earliest screen appearances, the Stooges Meet the Baron. Radio comic Jack Pearl (with support from Jimmy Durante) plays the bogus baron on a speaking tour, and Larry, Curly (billed as Jerry) and Moe play janitors at the all-girl Cuddle College. What? No hot water in the shower? The boys will be right up!

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Despite that, I'm really glad I bought this DVD.
Justin Toner
Features have never been a strong point for the Stooges, who seem to thrive in the short subject department.
Andre M.
This is Shemp's second feature film as a stooge and it feels more like a 3 Stooges film than the first.
Paul J. Mular

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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Paul J. Mular TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 9, 2006
Format: DVD
Make no mistake by the generic title of this box set, this is not one of those cheaply made public domain collections that every one releases again & again. These are RARELY seen films from three classic comedy teams being released by their copyright owner.

ABBOTT & COSTELLO: "Lost In A Harem" & "A & C In Hollywood" were both produced during Bud & Lou's heyday of the 1940's, they are at their top here. Bud & Lou had a clause in their Universal contract that allowed them to make one movie a year for another studio. These are two of their three films that they made for big-budgeted MGM Studios. A must for any Abbott & Costello fan.

LAUREL & HARDY: "Air Raid Wardens" & "Nothing But Trouble" were both made after Stan & Ollie's departure from Hal Roach Studios. True that this is the declining period for the boys, but these films made near the end of their career are still worth a look. A must for the devoted Laurel & Hardy fan.

THE THREE STOOGES: "Meet The Baron" & "Gold Raiders" are rarely seen feature films of the original 3 Stooges, not the Joe De-Rita films with the aging stooges of the 1960's. Not as fast-paced & joke filled as their Columbia shorts, these were made when the stooges were still early in their careers and willing to try anything. Ted Healy is in charge of them in "Meet The Baron" and it plays more like their vaudville act, it also features Jimmy Durante. "Gold Raiders" is made in 1951 after Curly left (due to his stroke) and Shemp re-joined the team. This is Shemp's second feature film as a stooge and it feels more like a 3 Stooges film than the first. These are a MUST for any devoted Stooge Fan.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Justin Toner on July 5, 2007
Format: DVD
I got this on DVD just last month, I've been waiting years to see these movies and it's great that you get two for the price of one.

"Gold Raiders" is from 1951 and so the lineup is Moe, Larry and Shemp. It's is a pretty good movie, a nice little comedy/western with The Three Stooges provide the big laughs of course. I really enjoyed the fact they are the co-stars of this movie along with George O'Brien so they are onscreen almost the whole movie. The acting from O'Brien and everyone else is pretty good and the plot is simple but with some neat little twists. The Stooges are in about 90% of the movie and it dragged in a few parts when the Stooges were absent for a long time. Other than that I really liked it.

"Meet The Baron" is from 1933 back when Curly first joined the act to replace his brother Shemp, and the boys worked under their friend and fellow comedian Ted Healy. The movie is about a seamster (Jack Pearl) who impersonates the famous adventurer Baron Munchausen (the character Pearl was famous for playing on radio) with Jimmy Durante as his sidekick/manager Joseph Magoo. Ted, Moe, Larry and Curly play bumbling janitors at Cuddle College, an all girls school where the Baron has been asked to speak at. Ted and the Stooges are not in the whole movie, they are in a supporting role here, but when they do show up they really steal the show! The sequence where they are asked to fix the water pipes in the girls shower room is extremly funny! Its a okay movie made better thanks to Healy and the Stooges, although Pearl and Durante do some pretty funny stuff themselves.

Both movies are in good shape, and they have been rarely seen in the past few decades so it's nice they are finally out for everyone to see on DVD.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lowell S. Harris on November 25, 2006
Format: DVD
The real reason for buying this reasonably priced set from Warners is the Abbott and Costello MGM film, Abbott and Costello in Hollywood, one of the funniest in their entire series for Universal, MGM, and Warner Bros. The "dummy" scene alone is worth the price of this set. Lost In A Harem is also worthwhile, especially for the "Slowly I Turned" sketch that they performed often in Burlesque. But the quality of the print is poor in spots, compared to the excellent remastering of "Hollywood." Don't throw away your VHS copy of "Harem." As for L&H, most fans realize the DVDs to buy are their silent and earliest sound films, not the recent releases from TCM and Fox that are overpriced to begin with. The remastering of these films is excellent. The Stooges "Meet The Baron" is a pre-code anomaly and worth seeing for a few scenes, but Durante and Pearl are not at their best. The Stooges 1951 western is well mastered but, again, depend upon their Columbia shorts for your greatest enjoyment.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By S. Elliott on November 30, 2006
Format: DVD
I'm glad to see Meet The Baron is finally released on dvd. I just bought this the other day. Been wanting to see this movie for a long time. As a big stooges fan. Meet the baron isn't all that good of a movie. This is the stooges early stuff. When the stooges show up their scenes as janitors, they are great. Even with Ted Healy. There only in the movie 20 minutes. Gold Raiders, I wasn't all that familiar with. But it is pretty good. The stooges are in it 90% of the time. This can be considered as good as their shorts. It was made in 1951 with shemp. So they had their act down pat. I would like more of the early stooge stuff released on dvd (pre Columbia). Soup To Nuts is also in my collection.
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