Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
As in their earlier False Alarms (1936), the Three Stooges play firemen in this two-reel farce directed by comedian Charley Chase. The engine company in question is somewhat old fashioned and employs horse-powered engines. In an effort to upgrade the equipment, a salesman mistakenly fuels his engine with gun powder. Realizing too late that the fire is in their own fire station, the Stooges manage to arrive just in time to save the captain's daughter (Lola Jensen) from the flames. Chase directed five Stooges comedies, including the delightful Violent is the Word for Curly (1938).
firefighter, damsel-in-distress, daughter, salesperson