Three Stooges: Swing Parade

DVD Release: October 4, 2005
Three Stooges: Swing Parade


“Swing Parade” is a fun frolic, starring Phil Regan and Gale Storm as an aspiring singer and showgirl who land a gig under false pretenses at a club where The Three Stooges serve as the waiters. This film is now presented in beautiful color.

Dove Review

In this 1946 classic, The Three Stooges are mild with the slapstick, compared with the shorts they did later. Most of the slapstick they did in this movie was just due to being clumsy. Still, this is a charming story of a young woman who wants to sing in a new club that is opening up.

“Swing Parade” has all the charm of the Big Band music of the era and comedy that will have the entire family in stitches. Even those who are not big fans of the Stooges will enjoy the fun and music of the film. “Swing Parade” is a classic film that has been reformatted in color. The film is one of a kind that the entire family will enjoy. We are proud to award this classic film with the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: Woman kisses men on cheeks.
Language: None.
Violence: Slapstick violence, such as hitting a man on the head, throwing man into street, and being clumsy.
Drugs: Drinks shown at the club.
Nudity: Very mild cleavage and dancing women in short outfits, some with midriffs showing.
Other: Man trying to stop his son from opening a club.


Company: Legend Films
Director: Phil Karlson
Genre: Classic
Runtime: 74 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe