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Three Loan Wolves (1946) was a Comedy - Short Films Film directed by Jules White and produced by Jules White.

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Moe: Hey Larry, come here.
Larry: I can't, I'm busy.
Moe: Well drop what you're doing and come here.
[Larry, holding a stack of dishes, shrugs]
Larry: Okay, if you say so.
[Larry drops the dishes and they smash on the floor]
Larry: [approaching Moe] Yeah?
Moe: What's the big idea?
Larry: You told me to drop what I was doing, so I did.

Larry: [Larry's holding a guitar. He bows to an imaginary audience and Moe walks up behind him and kicks him] Hey, what's the big idea? I was about to play Comin' Through the Corn.
Curly: You mean Rye.
Larry: The way I play it, it's Corn.
Moe: Where'd you get that?
Larry: This cost 50 bucks. A genuine stratosphere.
Moe: Stratosphere? Go play some air.

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