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Men in Black (1934) was a Comedy - Short Films Film directed by Ray McCarey and produced by Jules White.

Academy Awards 1934 --- Ceremony Number 7 (source: AMPAS)

AwardRecipientResult
Best Live Action ShortJules White, ProducerNominated
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Dr. Moe Howard, Dr. Curly Howard, Dr. Larry Fine: For Duty and Humanity!


Dr. Moe Howard: How is she, doctor?
Doctor with 'Tiny Patient': A slight hope.
Dr. Curly Howard: That's too bad. What's the matter?
Doctor with 'Tiny Patient': She's in a coma.
Tiny Patient: [sitting up] I am not! I'm in a bed!
[sees the Stooges]
Tiny Patient: Geeze, the joint's haunted
Dr. Moe Howard: How old are you?
Tiny Patient: I'm 35.
Dr. Curly Howard: Na, you couldn't get that fresh in 35 years.


Tiny Patient: Say, doctor, do you really think I'm gonna get better?
Dr. Moe Howard: I'm very sorry, but I'm afraid you are.
Tiny Patient: Oh, thanks, doctor. You don't know how I really appreciate it.


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Curly Howard's famous line "Woo-woo-woo-woo" was used when he forgot his lines, but soon became a standard.
Title is a spoof of Men in White.
The film was refused a UK cinema certificate in 1934.
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