|BEER AND PRETZELS (director: Jack Cummings; screenwriters: Ted Healy/Moe Howard; music: Al Goodhart/Gus Kahn; cast: Ted Healy, Moe Howard, Curly Howard, Larry Fine, Bonnie Bonnell (Bonny), Edward Brophy (Theater Manager), The Three Ambassadors (The singing bartenders), Ted Malatesta (Restaurant Manager); Runtime: 30; MPAA Rating: NR; producers: Jack Cummings; MGM; 1933-B/W)|
Stooges two-reel romp."
Reviewed by Dennis Schwartz
Typical Three Stooges two-reel romp. It was the second short they made with MGM. Jack Cummings ("Hello Pop"/"Plane Nuts") directs. Not one of the best from The Stooges, but their slapstick routines are all there.
After Ted Healy harasses women at the theater where he works with the Three Stooges (Moe, Larry and Curly) in a vaudeville act, they all get fired by the theater manager (Edward Brophy) and quickly land new jobs as waiters in a high-class German-style beer hall with a floor show. When chaos follows, the men are fired by the restaurant manager (Ted Malatesta).
REVIEWED ON 5/1/2019 GRADE: B-
Dennis Schwartz: "Ozus' World Movie Reviews"
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