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Sheer Goofiness


Lobby Card c. 1921 featuring the first appeara...

Lobby Card c. 1921 featuring the first appearance on film by Laurel and Hardy, in Lucky Dog produced in 1919 and released in 1921. Stan Laurel is seated with a mustachioed Oliver Hardy’s hands around his neck. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

A long time ago I saw a movie title  in the TV guide:  “The Three Stooges Meet Frankenstein on Impanema Beach.” I found the title interestingly strange.  Going with that theme, here’s what could be another wacky movie:

Laurel and Hardy are scared of the wolf that taunts Little Red Riding Hood, so they run out of the forest, falling into a giant mud pit.  King Kong arrives on the scene and promptly picks up the boys in one hand.  He flings them across the sky, and they land in Tarzan’s jungle, where they are scared of (why am I not surprised?) the burly he-man.  So of course they try to get out of the jungle and find the wobbly, suspended-in-air  bridge that they had encountered in Europe.   It breaks in half, and Laurel and Hardy land in Wonderland.  Alice tells them they must talk to the Wizard of Oz immediately, so off they go.    It isn’t long on the yellow brick road before two giant crows come to snatch them, and they fly through the air with the greatest of ease.  Laurel and Hardy are then dropped into Gotham, and they are forced to help Batman and Robin.  However, Batman realizes he made a terrible mistake by taking on these two goops, so he flies them to Hollywood.  The boys are very relieved – until, of course – their wives find them.  As always, they have it in for the boys and a mad chase begins.   Captain Kangaroo and Mr. Green Jeans arrive just in time.  Time for what?  To ride the scary dinosaur that shows up.  Then Chicken Little teaches all of them a great lesson…

Happy Friday!  🙂

Author: Debb Stanton

I am an optimistic, positive person who is a seven year cancer survivor. Since that time I have learned that getting a cancer diagnosis does not always mean an automatic death sentence. I like to share my hope with others and continue to encourage them - no matter who they are or what they need encouragement for. I write poems, prayers, articles, and stories. Recently the premiere issue of my online magazine, launched. Thank you for visiting!

4 thoughts on “Sheer Goofiness

  1. You could have a real winner here Debbs! Contact James Cameron or JJ Abrams right away 😀

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