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"The Ghost Talks" (1949, number 113) has the boys in a haunted castle that has actual ghosts, the chief of which is the spirit of Peeping Tom. Here, in a flashback, we see he did not look on purpose at Lady Godiva, but his punishment was swift and terrible: a pie in the face. When a very bored sounding Godiva shows up in a bathing suit and rides off with the suit of armor inhabited by Tom, pies from the past end this uneven film.
"Hokus Pokus" (1949, number 115) has the boys waiting hand and foot (and foot in mouth) on a beautiful blonde (Mary Ainslee) who is in a wheelchair to defraud an insurance company. Working in a theater to help her out, the boys run into a hypnotist who tries to get publicity by getting them out on a flagpole to dance. With obviously painted backdrops, there are no thrills; but their efforts to get back in do tie in with the original plot, which is not always the case in this series. --Frank Behrens
An all Jules White offering of Shemp shorts.
Heavenly Daze - In my Top 10 of Shemp episodes. Read more
This tape is a must have with all three shorts being memorable ones. Heavenly Daze is hilarious thanks to Shemp. Read morePublished on June 12, 2003
HEAVENLY DAZE is my favorite Stooge short with Shemp. Shemp is so underrated as a comedian/Stooge because everybody loves Curly (hey, I love Curly, too!). Read morePublished on January 6, 2001 by John Robinson