Dizzy Pilots

1943 film by Jules White

Dizzy Pilots is the 74th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1943 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The Stooges are the Wrong brothers (a parody of the Wright brothers), a trio of aviators in the "Republic of Cannabeer, P.U." who receive an army draft notice. The notice says the brothers have been granted a 30-day deferment of duty on account of their claims that the plane they are inventing, the “Buzzard”, will revolutionize flying.


  • [to Curly who holds a rifle, after Moe is accidentally filled with hydrogen and floats to the ceiling] Whaddaya doin' with that rifle?! Don't you know any better than to use a rifle?! [a beat] Ya might miss "˜im! [hands Curly a bigger gun] Here! Use the shotgun!


Moe: Hand me that vise!
Curly: Vise? I have no vise! I'm as pure as the driven snow!
Moe: Yeah, but you drifted!
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