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''The Outlaws IS Coming!'' a 1966 comedy {{Western}} film starring Film/TheThreeStooges, their sixth and final big-screen release following their 1959 resurgence in popularity. By this time, the trio consisted of Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Joe [=DeRita=] (dubbed "Curly Joe"). The supporting cast features Creator/AdamWest, Nancy Kovack, Creator/HenryGibson, and Emil Sitka, the latter in three roles.

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''The Outlaws IS Coming!'' is a 1966 comedy {{Western}} film directed by Norman Maurer and starring Film/TheThreeStooges, Film/TheThreeStooges in their sixth and final big-screen release following their 1959 resurgence in popularity. By this time, the trio consisted of Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Joe [=DeRita=] (dubbed "Curly Joe"). The supporting cast features includes Creator/AdamWest, Nancy Kovack, Creator/HenryGibson, and Emil Sitka, the latter in three roles.


''The Outlaws IS Coming!'' a 1966 comedy {{Western}} film starring Film/TheThreeStooges, their sixth and final big-screen release after their 1959 resurgence in popularity. By this time, the trio consisted of Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Joe [=DeRita=] (dubbed "Curly Joe"). The supporting cast features Creator/AdamWest, Nancy Kovack, Creator/HenryGibson, and Emil Sitka, the latter in three roles.

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''The Outlaws IS Coming!'' a 1966 comedy {{Western}} film starring Film/TheThreeStooges, their sixth and final big-screen release after following their 1959 resurgence in popularity. By this time, the trio consisted of Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Joe [=DeRita=] (dubbed "Curly Joe"). The supporting cast features Creator/AdamWest, Nancy Kovack, Creator/HenryGibson, and Emil Sitka, the latter in three roles.


''The Outlaws IS Coming!'' is the sixth and final theatrical comedy western film starring Film/TheThreeStooges after their 1959 resurgence in popularity. By this time, the trio consisted of Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Joe [=DeRita=] (dubbed "Curly Joe"). The supporting cast features Creator/AdamWest, Nancy Kovack, Creator/HenryGibson, and Emil Sitka, the latter in three roles.

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''The Outlaws IS Coming!'' is the a 1966 comedy {{Western}} film starring Film/TheThreeStooges, their sixth and final theatrical comedy western film starring Film/TheThreeStooges big-screen release after their 1959 resurgence in popularity. By this time, the trio consisted of Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Joe [=DeRita=] (dubbed "Curly Joe"). The supporting cast features Creator/AdamWest, Nancy Kovack, Creator/HenryGibson, and Emil Sitka, the latter in three roles.

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''The Outlaws IS Coming!'' is the sixth and final theatrical comedy western film starring Film/TheThreeStooges after their 1959 resurgence in popularity. By this time, the trio consisted of Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Joe [=DeRita=] (dubbed "Curly Joe"). The supporting cast features Creator/AdamWest, Nancy Kovack, and Emil Sitka, the latter in three roles.

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''The Outlaws IS Coming!'' is the sixth and final theatrical comedy western film starring Film/TheThreeStooges after their 1959 resurgence in popularity. By this time, the trio consisted of Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Joe [=DeRita=] (dubbed "Curly Joe"). The supporting cast features Creator/AdamWest, Nancy Kovack, Creator/HenryGibson, and Emil Sitka, the latter in three roles.

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* WesternUnionMan: Rance Rodan sends telegrams to his allied outlaws to come to Caspar to deal with Ken Cabot and the Stooges. Due to the violent nature of the outlaws, several Western Union men meet unfortunate fates as they attempt to deliver the telegrams.


* DisproportinateRetribution: Johnny Ringo shoots the WesternUnionMan for interrupting him to deliver a telegram while he was wooing the ladies.

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* DisproportinateRetribution: DisproportionateRetribution: Johnny Ringo shoots the WesternUnionMan for interrupting him to deliver a telegram while he was wooing the ladies.

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* DisproportinateRetribution: Johnny Ringo shoots the WesternUnionMan for interrupting him to deliver a telegram while he was wooing the ladies.


* BulletHoleSpelling: The film ends withe the words 'THE END' being shot across the screen in bullet holes.

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* BulletHoleSpelling: The film ends withe with the words 'THE END' being shot across the screen in bullet holes.



* MusicSoothesTheSavageBeast: Curly Joe has a hunting horn that can attract any animal to him if he plays the right. Of course, he can never remember which tune attracts which animal, and so has to resort to trial and error every time he uses it: resulting in such errors and summoning a flock of chickens and a pack of dogs into the magazine office while attempting to lure a skunk out of its cage.



* MusicSoothesTheSavageBeast: Curly Joe has a hunting horn that can attract any animal to him if he plays the right. Of course, he can never remember which tune attracts which animal, and so has to resort to trial and error every time he uses it: resulting in such errors and summoning a flock of chickens and a pack of dogs into the magazine office while attempting to lure a skunk out of its cage.



* RoadSignReversal: An accidental version happens when the Stooges sneak into the hotel to sabotage the guns of the outlaws who are staying in Room 9. A group of showgirls are staying across the hall in Room 6. When the showgirls close their door, the loose room number turns upside down: changing from '6' to '9'. As a result, Moe enters the correct room and sets about sabotaging the outlaws' guns, while Larry and Curly Joe sneak into the showgirls' room, and become increasingly baffle by the very feminine items they find in what they believe to be a room full of hardcases.

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* RoadSignReversal: An accidental version happens when the Stooges sneak into the hotel to sabotage the guns of the outlaws who are staying in Room 9. A group of showgirls are staying across the hall in Room 6. When the showgirls close their door, the loose room number turns upside down: changing from '6' to '9'. As a result, Moe enters the correct room and sets about sabotaging the outlaws' guns, while Larry and Curly Joe sneak into the showgirls' room, and become increasingly baffle baffled by the very feminine items they find in what they believe to be a room full of hardcases.

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* GrievousBottleyHarm: While preaching to the outlaws about the joys of reforming, the Stooges smash a bottle over the head of one of them when he doesn't agree fast enough.


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* {{Undertaker}}: The town of Caspar has two very cheerful and efficient undertakers who appear within seconds of the sheriff being shot to load him into a coffin. and they perform the typical comedy bit of measuring the stooges for their caskets as soon as they are appointed deputies.

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* BulletHoleSpelling: The film ends withe the words 'THE END' being shot across the screen in bullet holes.

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* FryingPanOfDoom: During the final chase, Ken and the Stooges are in a chuck wagon being pursued by an [[WeaponizedCar armoured stagecoach]] with a [[GatlingGood Gatling gun]]. The Stooges are reduced to throwing pots and pans at their pursuers.


* WilliamTelling: As part of her sharpshooting act, Annie Oakley shoots the ponytail of the back of a sleeping patron in the barroom.

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* WilliamTelling: As part of her sharpshooting act, Annie Oakley shoots the ponytail of off the back off the head of a sleeping patron in the barroom.

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* TrafficWardens: As part of the AnachronismStew, the WildWest town of Caspar, Wyoming has parking limits. A meter maid in a buggy passes by, marking all of the wagon wheels and legs of the horses parked along the street. As soon as she is gone, all of the cowboys run out of the saloon and wiped the paint of their horses' legs.

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* FingerInTheBarrel: Moe fills the barrel of UsefulNotes/BatMasterson's [[SwordCane shotgun cane]] with glue. When Bat pulls the trigger, it results in the barrel being bent outwards like a banana peel and him recieving an AshFace.


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* ShowdownAtHighNoon: New sheriff CitySlicker Ken Cabot is forced into a showdown against seven of the nine deadly outlaws (Wild Bill Hickok and Belle Starr arrive late). Fortunately for him, the Stooges have stacked the deck in his favour.

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