Synopsis by Janiss Garza
In this comic short, The Three Stooges play singing waiters in a saloon out West. Their songs are accompanied by three pretty cowgirls who also work in the saloon and are their sweethearts. Unfortunately, the saloon keeper is cruel and he berates the girls, who are forced to work for him because their father is deeply in debt. The Stooges are determined to make enough money to pay off the debt and wed the girls, and decide to go prospecting for gold. What they don't know is that the saloon keeper has robbed a bank and buried the loot. Because of their careless use of dynamite, the boys uncover the spoils and believe they've struck it rich. They return to town to register their claim only to be pursued by the furious saloon keeper. When he gets his hands on the loot and drives off, the Stooges follow on a wooden cigar store horse which Moe has managed to lasso onto the back of the villain's vehicle. They all arrive at the jail (collide with it, actually), where the Stooges get one last surprise for the day.
bank, bodyguard, debt, gold, golddigger, knight, loot, mummy, saloon, slapstick, treasure, waiter, Wild-West