Cookoo Cavaliers

Cookoo Cavaliers

The stooges are three fish peddlers who, looking for a new business opportunity, open a beauty salon south of the border. Their first customers are some chorus girls from a local night club. After the stooges completely ruin the girls' hair, and their manager finds out, the boys must leave on the run.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:18 minutes
  • Release:1940
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:slapstick,   dog,   gas mask,  

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Fred V (mx) wrote: Good movie! Some filming does remind you a little bit of a B-film, but mostly it's a interesting story about young people in impoverized Areas in London. A mix between a standard gangster movie and a slightly more original one.

Huynh T (ag) wrote: "What's that you say? You, a complete random stranger radioing in on an open channel, want me to fire a devastating weapon from my warship into a foreign ally's country directly at one of their most revered and renown historical landmarks without authority from our President or theirs?... Sure, why not.""Ask the general of Egypt [any Egyptian general will do] whether I can fly into their airspace. You know... [wink wink] from one general to another [wink wink]. No need for us to get authorization from the Egyptian President... because we're not even getting authorization from our own President to violate airspace.""Bring the 'waterboarding robot' so he can enter through this kid's mouth, reach his brain and read information from it -- even though there is no passage to the brain from the mouth.""I answer to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs not a President for whom I didn't vote.""Who you gonna listen to? Government suits who want to pull out and run and pansies who talk diplomacy... or Optimus Prime [YEA!!] who will lecture you on the innately violent nature of humans -- about 6 or 7 minutes before he summarily executes an already fallen enemy soldier at point blank range.""See? The evil Decepticons aren't gone. They're just hiding out there and waiting for pansy government suits to tell you to pull out and withdraw your military. It's better to stay indefinitely.""Let me tap into your outrage by implying that Bayl Outs [bailouts in the Bayniverse] will pay for the remodeling of someone's house and give them a pool.""Soundwave infiltrates a military communications satellite, but don't blame anyone but the government for the intel leak.""China doesn't even let certain American websites send data into their country -- but believe me... they're totally ok with the US military entering [on its own authority] and ordering multiple air strikes in the most densely populated civilian area in all of China."

Kevin M W (fr) wrote: Immigrant finds life in the greatest city in the world less than advertised in this blah telling of one soul's dismal discovery of real life here. You're gonna need to be desperate to make it through this.

Daniel N (au) wrote: I have never seen anything like this.

Evie C (fr) wrote: I have loved this movie for many years. It's a very touching movie and gives its message well. It goes to great detail to the family. It's an amazing family film that will teach you to "Keep Moving Forward"

Jesus H (it) wrote: solo al que le interese

Deke P (nl) wrote: saw on tv 2017. I liked it. It was 'moody', but tense.Banderas was ood as always. And i've always had a crush on Wally George's daughte.

Simon R (nl) wrote: Utter rubbishy and totally confusing

Bill T (it) wrote: Like an extended "In Search Of..." (look it up), this "documentary" goes all over the world and finds weird phenomena, and asks how were these created? They usually have the option of space creatures, but just as an option, because you know, journalistic integrity. Interesting to see the sites, but it does get repetitious.

Scott M (us) wrote: A decent performance from Christopher Lee and reasonable production values can't really save this picture in which it's all very nice but it never really gets going. He's never shocking enough, and the script's not historically accurate enough to support a claim it was going for realism instead. Shot back to back with Dracula Prince of Darkness and using the same sets and cast, this is marginally the superior of the two films. A few decent scenes and some humour prevent a complete disaster, but it's all rather tame and doesn't live up to the legend.

Patryk C (ag) wrote: All Through the Night might seriously be one of the most suspenseful and thrilling and - at the same time - most amusing and joyful comedy thrillers of the 1940's. It's a star-studded picture, which astounds with a noteworthy, most up-to-date, literate and fast-paced narrative. While the film storyline concerns a rather familiar topic of Nazi saboteurs in America during World War II, it gives an all-new, promising twist to the whole intrigue. All Through the Night makes great use of scrupulously-filmed on-location scenes, giving the audiences many spectacular and rewarding sequences (i.e. speedy car chases on the streets of New York, or Central Park being in the center of a deadly gunfight between Americans and Germans). A group of laid back Broadway gamblers - lead by the charismatic and always-elegant Humphrey Bogart - stumble onto an intriguing scheme, which starts off when a friendly baker turns up dead in his shop. Every clue brings them closer to danger, as they discover that the whole mystification might be connected to a deadly ring of enemy agents operating in the USA in order to gradually destroy the country right from its heart. Following a few deadly encounters, kidnappings, shoot-outs (and marvelously laughable situations) the boys finally realize what they've gotten themselves into. And in the third act it's Bogey's and William Demarest's (ingeniously called Sunshine) time to shine. Namely, they try to persuade - speaking gibberish for the great amusement of the audiences - a room filled with Nazis that they're actually Germans too. With clever and and faultless dialogues, adequate comedic interludes, fascinating plot and most-ravishing ending All Through the Night aspires to be a sharp propaganda flick with a truly satisfying patriotic attitude.