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The Dancing Masters (1943) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Malcolm St. Clair and produced by Bryan Foy and Lee S. Marcus.

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Stan Laurel: The harder they fall, the bigger I am!

Stan Laurel: I don't mind starvin' again.
Oliver Hardy: It's all right with me.
Stan Laurel: You know you can't keep an egg in two baskets. That's silly... unless you want to scramble them. I wouldn't be that stupid, you know. I knew a fella once that he had some money in the bank, and he wouldn't draw it out. And, you know what? He lost his job, and still he wouldn't draw it out. Then he starved to death - that killed him. And then he died, and after he was dead. A friend of his got all his money, and he drewed it out of the bank. and I could live happily ever after. Yes, sir!

Stan Laurel: [taking a book out of the bookcase] "Boswell's Life of Johnson." Gee, I bet that's interesting.
Oliver Hardy: Yeah, I remember that Jess Willard knocked him out. It sure was a hot day!
Stan Laurel: Gee, I'll have to read that.

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Although it was trimmed down from 75 minutes to 63, this film was Fox's third biggest grosser of the year and #20 on the list of the 50 top moneymakers of 1943.
A young Robert Mitchum has an uncredited bit part as a fraudulent insurance salesman.
Several cast members in studio records/casting call lists did not appear or were not identifiable in the movie. These were (with their character names): William Haade and Jack Stoney (Truck Drivers), Arthur Space (Director), Jay Wilsey (Stage Driver) and Chick Collins (Bus Driver). One truck (causing an accident) was seen, but the driver was hidden. The bus had an unidentified female driver. A modern source lists Hallam Cooley as the Barker, but that role was played by Brooks Benedict.
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