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I'm Autistic and suffer from ADHD & OCD, but I'm very high-functioning and capable of taking care of myself if I need to.

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    This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

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    This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

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    My Movie Review on Animal Crackers (2020) (Plus, a Bonus)

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    This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

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Apr
22nd
2022

My Episode Review on The Three Stooges: Healthy, Wealthy, and Dumb (Plus, a Bonus) · 4:18am April 22nd

Yo, what's up, Kemosabes?

This is your friendly film, TV show, and episode reporter here with another review.

Today, I'm gonna give you guys my take of the Three Stooges's "Healthy, Wealthy, and Dumb".

Here's the rundown of it:

After Curly is awarded $50,000 for winning a radio contest, the Three Stooges live the high life by staying at the Hotel Costa Plente. However, when they unwittingly find themselves indebted to both the government and the hotel manager, the trio are caught in a pickle that they're desperate to get out of.

In the wake of reviewing "Ants in the Pantry", I decided that I wouldn't waste any time in reviewing another Three Stooges short. As I thought about which one to watch next, "Healthy, Wealthy, and Dumb" came to my mind the most since it too was later remade into a short starring Shemp Howard. That, and I've been thinking about the short so much lately that I couldn't resist picking it.

Now that I reacquainted myself with this short, I'm proud to say that "Healthy, Wealthy, and Dumb" was as awesome as I remembered it being.

For instance, the direction by Del Lord, and the story by Searle Kramer, were marvelously well-done!

Every step of the way, I noted that this episode was perhaps one of the most gag-and-character-driven members of the Three Stooges filmography. Not only was the overall humor hilarious, but the gags helped drive the story forward with excellent execution, timing, and liveliness. They didn't distract from the narrative either, and the story managed to keep itself in focus no matter what.

The acting and characters were awesome as well.

As with every Three Stooges installment I reviewed, the Stooges themselves carried the story with fabulous finesse. Each moment featuring the trio was a blast to watch, and whenever they were faced with a situation they'd develop from the moment their reactions come. The performances of Moe, Larry, and Curly themselves were also as wonderful as ever.

Plus, the supporting players that the short featured each gave a great impression and presence. Each of them played their parts perfectly, and their characters stood out in the best way.

In conclusion, "Healthy, Wealthy, and Dumb" is another Three Stooges short that I'm happy to have revisited. Not only was it enjoyable, but everyone involved looked like they were having a great time being there.

So, I rate "Healthy, Wealthy, and Dumb" five out of five stars.


This is a color-by-number that I worked on for quite a long time:


So, what do you guys think? Of this review? And this art piece?

Comments ( 2 )

Ah yes, this one's pretty hilarious!

My favorite part was when Curly tried to lay down on the roof of that expensive bed.

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