ample stock footage

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  • Bubble Trouble is a remake of All Gummed Up, using ample stock footage.
  • The short is a remake of 1949's Fuelin' Around, using ample stock footage.
  • It would later be remade in 1954 as Pals and Gals, using ample stock footage.
  • It was remade in 1954 as Scotched in Scotland, using ample stock footage.
  • Creeps is a remake of 1949's The Ghost Talks using ample stock footage from the original film.
  • Pals and Gals is a reworking of 1947's Out West, using ample stock footage.
  • Fright Night was reworked in 1955 as Fling in the Ring, using ample stock footage.
  • It would be remade with the Stooges again in 1958 as Guns a Poppin, using ample stock footage.
  • He Cooked His Goose was reworked in 1959 as Triple Crossed, using ample stock footage from the original.
  • Commotion on the Ocean is a remake of 1949's Dunked in the Deep, using ample stock footage.
  • Bedlam in Paradise is a remake of Heavenly Daze, using ample stock footage.
  • Squareheads of the Round Table was remade in 1954 as Knutzy Knights, using ample stock footage.
  • Rumpus in the Harem is a remake of 1949's Malice in the Palace, using ample stock footage.
  • Flagpole Jitters is a reworking of 1949's Hokus Pokus using ample stock footage from the original.
  • Rusty Romeos is a reworking of 1952's Corny Casanovas, using ample stock footage from the original.
  • Heavenly Daze was reworked in 1955 as Bedlam In Paradise, using ample stock footage.
  • Hokus Pokus was reworked in 1956 as Flagpole Jitters, using ample stock footage.
  • Shivering Sherlocks was remade in 1955 as Of Cash and Hash, using ample stock footage.
  • Fling in the Ring is a reworking of 1947's Fright Night (Shemp's first film with the team at Columbia), using ample stock footage from the original.
  • Rip, Sew and Stitch is a remake of 1947's Sing a Song of Six Pants, using ample stock footage.

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