GenreComedy, Short CinematographyHenry Freulich LanguageEnglish
WriterFelix Adler, Clyde Bruckman Release dateJanuary 5, 1956 (1956-01-05) CastLarry Fine (Larry), Shemp Howard (Prof. Shemp Howard), Maxine Gates (Flora - Moe's Wife), Lu Leonard (Larry's Wife), Dee Green (Miss Dinkelmeyer) Three Stooges Films moviesHusbands Beware and For Crimin Out Loud are part of the same movie series, Husbands Beware and Stone Age Romeos are part of the same movie series, Husbands Beware and Blunder Boys are part of the same movie series, Husbands Beware and Flagpole Jitters are part of the same movie series, Husbands Beware and Creeps are part of the same movie series
TaglineMoe and Larry marry Shemps sisters.
Husbands Beware is the 167th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1956 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
Moe and Larry marry Shemp's overweight sisters (Lou Leonard and Maxine Gates), and discover to their horror after the vows that the girls are a couple of battle axes. After being kicked out from their place, the new bridegrooms vow revenge on Shemp for introducing them. Later, Shemp has a voice lesson with student, Fanny Dinkelmeyer since he is a music teacher. He then discovers that he has to marry a woman within seven hours to receive $500,000 from his dead Uncle's will.
After some searching, the Stooges finally find Shemp's student, Ms. Dinkelmeyer. Several of Shemp's old ex-girlfriends all arrive at the Justice of the Peace's office, wreaking havoc in an attempt to marry Shemp for his money. But Shemp weds the harridan, just under the deadline, and then discovers that there is no dead Uncle or will, and that everything was Moe and Larry's revenge because Shemp let Moe and Larry marry his two overweight sisters and got divorced. Shemp gets so angry, he takes out a gun and shoots Moe and Larry in the rear end as they try to flee.