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"No Census, No Feeling" is a rangy, so-so bit that begins with a lame premise about the Stooges as census takers (it was 1940, after all) and ends up at a football game. But the best gag has Curly mixing up a noxious fruit punch. You know "An Ache in Every Stake" will be a goodie from the moment Moe and Larry attempt to remove a block of ice from around Curly's head by using a chisel and mallet. Its centerpiece is a variation on the flight of stairs from Laurel and Hardy's "The Music Box," but Curly does nicely stuffing a turkey, too.
Stooged & Confoosed is presented with Columbia's "ChromaChoice" device, which allows for easy toggling between the original black-and-white shorts (which appear in great shape) and a colorized version. The colorized images are sensibly rendered, but they still have that washed-out paleness they've always had--eggshell greens and light browns abound. Stooges purists will stick to black-and-white, the better to appreciate the subtleties of a cheese grater being scraped across Curly's face. --Robert Horton
So great seeing the Stooges in color. I recommend this for any collector. A great addition to my stooges collection.Published 15 months ago by David J. Hannah
great colorization job, good restored audio as well. on a judder-reducing tv set it looks almost like it was video-recorded yesterday!Published 18 months ago by theatre organ afficionado
To see the stooges in color brought to it a whole different dimension to it that was missed when I saw them as a kid on TV reruns after school. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Battery Replacement Nightmare!
The picture is crisp, the colors are sharp. Great to see them in color. The shorts are great. Well worth the pricePublished 22 months ago by kopfy