To inherit a fortune, voice teacher Shemp must marry before six o'clock, but no girl will accept his proposal. Finally one of his repulsive ...更多>
Shemp: That's enough for today, you might hurt your voice. Ya know, bend it or crack it or break it or something. Moe:
Shut up and listen. Do you remember your Uncle Caleb?
Shemp: Do I? Why, that old tightwad! He'd steal flies from a blind spider! Moe: But, Shemp, he's... Shemp: He's a louse and a weasel! Moe: Yeah? Well, he just died and left you $500,000 bucks. Shemp: Just like that old skin flint! [gasps] Shemp: $500,000? [begins to cry] Shemp: Poor old Uncle Caleb! Like I was sayin', he was a swell guy, giving me the shirt off his back and throwing the buttons too. Miss Dinkelmeyer, voice student: All right, professor. I know you wouldn't want anything to happen to my throat. [exits] Shemp: [to Larry] Except to have somebody cut it. Larry: How'd you like to be married to a dame like that? Shemp: Don't even say that! Shemp: [Moe enters and opens the door in Shemps face] [to Moe] Shemp: I oughta... Moe: [to Shemp] You oughta what? Shemp: I oughta be a little more careful. Shemp: [on the phone in phone booth] Hello, is this Ginger Grey? It is? This is your little snookums. Listen, I'm about to do ya a big favor, will ya marry me? [click] Shemp: [to Moe in phone booth] Moe, where's your hat? Miss Hopkins: [to Shemp] How dare you pretend to be my cousin Basil? I'll teach you a thing or two. You Wolf! Don't you dare strike me. Taking advantage of a poor defenseless woman. J.M. Benton, Justice of the Peace: My piano! Larry: [shoving J.M.Benton out of the way] Shut up! J.M. Benton, Justice of the Peace: Join hands, you lovebirds! Moe: You know any girls? Shemp: [pulls a black book out of his pocket] I got a lot of numbers, but haven't had much luck with them lately. Moe: Well, you can't get killed for trying. Where's a phone? Shemp: [turns around and points] There's a booth down the hall. Moe: [grabs Shemp's hair and pulls him towards the door before he can finish his sentence] Well, what are we waiting for? Larry: [to a woman in the hallway] Say, Miss, would you like to get married? Woman in Hallway: [taken aback] What? Larry: Get married? Woman in Hallway: Well, I don't know, but you are kid of cute at that. Larry: [blushing]
Oh, it's not me, it's him.