There are personalities you never expect to see together. A lot of fans are surprisedto find The Three Stooges among the cast of Dancing Lady, yet there they are,cavorting withClark Gable, Joan Crawford, and other Metro luminaries during that period when the Stooges wereaffiliated with the greatTed Healy. I like the way they wander in and out of scenes, disrupting the flow of otherwise conventional dialogue exchanges with their seemingly spontaneous antics. Look closely at those on-stage rehearsals in the movie, and you'll see the three constantly engaged in some obnoxious background activity --- be it arguing with Healy, or noodling around on musical instruments. Director Robert Z. Leonard must have liked their stuff. As for thisvisitor toAbbott and Costello's Universal-International set, I’d have to assume he was busy doing Against All Flags on a neighboring soundstage, as this poseis dated 1952.Errol Flynn was friends with the comedy team. He guested on one of their Colgate Comedy Hours, and shared their film-collecting hobby. Print exchanges were frequent among these three, as Flynn liked to show A&C comedies for his kid’s birthday celebrations, while the boys did the same with Errol’s sword-and-sash pics when they hosted their own child gatherings. One time Flynn mistakenly sent over a stag reel for one of Lou's parties, and boy, was his face red!