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Malice in the Palace (1949) was a Comedy - Black-and-white Film directed by Jules White and produced by Jules White.

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Hassan Ben Soba: [to Shemp, getting up and pointing to his chair] Sit down!
Shemp: Oh, but I'm not tired, I'll just stand while you eat.
Hassan Ben Soba: [pulls out his dagger] Sit down with your hands on or off!
Moe: Y-you talked us into it.


Moe: There's only one 100-carat diamond, and it comes from Rootin Tootin's Tomb.
Shemp: That's government property.
Moe: Right, and if we return it, we'll get a big reward.
Larry: Yeah! Maybe fifty-thousand bucks. Boy, with that kind of money, we could rent a one-room apartment in Hollywood... maybe.


Larry: [after Hassan, Ginna, Moe, and Shemp think he's killed a dog and a cat, he comes out to serve the food] Here you are, gentlemen. Hot dogs, when it comes to cookin' are the cat's meow.


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This is one of 4 Three Stooges shorts that ended up falling into the public domain, the other 3 being Brideless Groom, Sing a Song of Six Pants, and Disorder in the Court. Because of that, these four shorts frequently appear on very cheaply processed video and DVD compilations.
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.
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