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Malice in the Palace [1949]
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Director:Jules White
Writer:Felix Adler
Length:16 minutes
MPAA Rating:UR
Sorting Category:Comedy
IMDB Rating:6.9/10
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Synopsis: Three waiters get caught up in a dangerous jewel caper


Reaction: Pacing problems and overacting but it's short enough to be fun.


Personal Rating: 6/10

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Jules White => Director
Felix Adler => Writer
Everett Brown => Nubian guard (uncredited)
Frank Lackteen => Affa Dolla
George J. Lewis => Ginna Rumma (as George Lewis)
Joe Palma => Guard outside palace (uncredited)
Johnny Kascier => Emir of Schmow (uncredited)
Larry Fine => Himself (as Larry)
Moe Howard => Himself (as Moe)
Shemp Howard => Himself (as Shemp)
Vernon Dent => Hassan Ben Soba

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • Larry Fine's autobiography contains a photograph of Curly Howard as a chef in a deleted scene from this film. Curly had suffered a stroke a few years earlier and had left the act. He had clearly lost weight, and his face was disguised with a huge handlebar mustache.
  • The map with the clever country names ("Great Mitten", "Schmo-land", "Hot Foot", etc.) appears in their earlier short spoofing Adolf Hitler, I'll Never Heil Again.
  • The gag with the The Three Stooges dressed in Santa Claus outfits, so that they may get into the palace, was used by the Stooges 11 years earlier in Wee Wee Monsieur.