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Swing Parade of 1946

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Swing Parade of 1946
Swing Parade of 1946 poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed byPhil Karlson
Written byTim Ryan
Produced byLindsley Parsons
Harry A. Romm
Trem Carr
StarringGale Storm
Phil Regan
Moe Howard
Larry Fine
Jerome Howard
CinematographyHarry Neumann
Edited byRichard Currier
Music byEdward J. Kay
Distributed byMonogram Pictures
Release date
  • March 16, 1946 (1946-03-16)
Running time
73:13
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Swing Parade of 1946 is a 1946 musical comedy film directed by Phil Karlson and released by Monogram Pictures. The film features Gale Storm, Phil Regan, and The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard), Edward Brophy and musical numbers by Connee Boswell and the Louis Jordan and Will Osborne (singer) orchestras, including "Stormy Weather" and "Caldonia".

Premise

Lobby card
Lobby card

The Three Stooges, as dishwashers, help an aspiring singer, Carol Lawrence (Storm), and a nightclub owner, Danny Warren (Regan), find love.

Three Stooges appearance

The Stooges rework several bits they performed with Ted Healy at MGM: the plumbing sequences are adapted from Meet the Baron and several waiter gags are borrowed from Beer and Pretzels.[1]

Swing Parade of 1946 was filmed over a period of 24 days between July 30 and August 25, 1945.[1] 42-year-old Curly Howard had suffered a series of minor strokes several months prior to filming, and his performances in their Columbia shorts at that time were often sluggish and lethargic. By the time of Swing Parade of 1946, he had lost a considerable amount of weight, and had difficulty maintaining his trademark falsetto voice. However, he appears somewhat more healthy and animated in this film, possibly due to The Stooges' supporting roles being less strenuous than in the shorts, where Curly was in virtually every scene.[2] He is also billed as "Jerome Howard" in the credits, for the first time in many years.

Director Nicholas Ray worked uncredited on the screenplay. This was Ray's only collaboration with the Three Stooges.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Swing Parade of 1946 at threestooges.net
  2. ^ Lenburg, Jeff; Howard Maurer, Joan; Lenburg, Greg; (1982). The Three Stooges Scrapbook, p. 77, Citadel Press. ISBN 0-8065-0946-5

External links

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