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Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

June Gittelson, does the name mean anything to you?  No?  Me neither, until yesterday when I went in search of who had uttered that most memorable of lines that brings me joy each time I quote it “Come on, girls, let’s go places and eat things!”  I found this article at billcappello.com about Ms. Gittelson who unfortunately passed in 1993 but her gusto for life lives on in celluloid.  The line comes from the Three Stooges short False Alarms, 1936 (see transcript here at ThreeStooges.net).  Here is audio of June as Minnie with Curly False Alarms, ThreeStooges.net (June: “Won’t you be my boyfriend? You’ll like me once we get acquainted. I grow on people.” Curly: “So do warts.”

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  1. V.E.G. on said:

    The car on the “False Alarms” is Herbie-like from the “Love Bug.” in the “Three Stooges.”

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