Art Trouble

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Art Trouble
Directed by Ralph Staub
Written by Jack Henley
Dolph Singer
Starring Harry Gribbon
Shemp Howard
James Stewart (uncredited)
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date
  • June 23, 1934 (1934-06-23)
Running time
21 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Art Trouble (1934) is a comedy short starring Harry Gribbon and Shemp Howard. The film is notable for featuring an uncredited James Stewart in his first screen role. The short was directed by Ralph Staub.

Gribbon was one of several comedy team partners with whom Shemp Howard worked. Howard had been an original member of the Three Stooges and brother of Stooges Curly Howard and Moe Howard. Shemp began making his own shorts prior to having to return to the Stooges in the wake of Curly's strokes in the mid-1940s.


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