Release dateMarch 4, 1948 (1948-03-04) GenresShort Film, Comedy, Black-and-white CastShemp Howard (Shemp), Larry Fine (Larry), Moe Howard (Moe), Christine McIntyre (Princess Elaine), Philip Van Zandt (The Black Prince), Jock Mahoney (Cedric the Blacksmith) Three Stooges Films moviesSquareheads of the Round Table and Fiddlers Three are part of the same movie series, Squareheads of the Round Table and Pardon My Clutch are part of the same movie series, Squareheads of the Round Table and The Hot Scots are part of the same movie series, Squareheads of the Round Table and Shivering Sherlocks are part of the same movie series, Squareheads of the Round Table and Crime on Their Hands are part of the same movie series
TaglineTroubadour Stooges play Cupid by helping a lonely blacksmith unite with his true love the daughter of King Arthur.
Squareheads of the Round Table is the 106th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1948 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.
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The Stooges are troubadours in medieval times. The villainous Black Prince has designs on marriage to Elaine, the princess. She however is in love with Cedric, the blacksmith. The Stooges try to intervene for Cedric by serenading Elaine; the music is the sextet from Gaetano Donizetti's opera "Lucia di Lammermoor" . After breaking free from the dungeon where the King has condemned them to be beheaded, Moe overhears the Black Prince plotting with a co-conspirator to murder the king. The Stooges save the day by causing a diversion by dancing in armor to Stephen Foster’s "Old Folks at Home", thus allowing Elaine to free Cedric. Finally, the king realizes the plot and jails the Black Prince and his fellow plotter. Elaine is allowed to marry Cedric, and they all live happily ever after.
King: "My daughter marry a ‘smith?!"
Shemp: "Take it easy, King; millions of women marry Smiths every year!"