The Three Stooges Go Around the World in a Daze (1963) Movie

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(Hollywood) USA

Ratings / Votes
6.3/ 10 (355 Votes)

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Production Company
Normandy Productions

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Release Date
(USA) - 21 August 1963

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Technical Support
OFM:35 mm
PFM:35 mm
RAT:1.66 : 1

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Full Cast

  1. Aleong, Aki as (uncredited) [Chinese Non-Com]
  2. Alper, Murray as [Gus] <14>
  3. Arnold, Phil (I) as [Referee] <13>
  4. Awni, Kanan as (uncredited) [Specialty]
  5. Burke, Walter as [Lory Filch] <6>
  6. Campbell, Colin (I) as (uncredited) [Willoughy]
  7. Carter, Harry (II) as (uncredited) [Doorman at Men's Club]
  8. Chung, Kei Thin as (uncredited) [Chinese Guard]
  9. Dallimore, Maurice as [Scotland Yard Inspector J. B. Crotchet] <8>
  10. DeRita, Joe as (as The Three Stooges) [Curly-Joe] <3>
  11. Devon, Richard as [Maharajah] <9>
  12. Eustrel, Anthony as (as Antony Eustrel) [Kandu] <10>
  13. Fine, Larry (I) as (as The Three Stooges) [Larry] <2>
  14. Fong, Harold as (uncredited) [Chinese Larry]
  15. Forster, Peter (I) as [Vickers Cavendish] <7>
  16. Greening, Jack as [McPherson] <16>
  17. Harris, Mark (I) as (uncredited) [Tremble]
  18. Hill, Ramsay as (uncredited) [Gatesby]
  19. Howard, Moe (I) as (as The Three Stooges) [Moe] <1>
  20. Iaukea, Curtis as (as Iau Kea) [Itchi Kitchi] <11>
  21. Jann, Gerald as (uncredited) [Chinese General]
  22. Kino, Robert as (as Bob Kino) [Charlie Okuma] <12>
  23. Lamond, Don as [Bill] <15>
  24. Lee, Guy (I) as (uncredited) [Chinese Moe]
  25. Main, Laurie as (uncredited) [Carruthers]
  26. Mason Marino, Ronnie as (uncredited) [Cantbreathe]
  27. Sabbagh, George as (uncredited) [Specialty]
  28. Scott, Jeffrey (III) as (uncredited) [Timmy]
  29. Sheffield, Jay as [Phileas Fogg III] <4>
  30. Sitka, Emil as (uncredited) [Butler at Men's Club]
  31. St. Clair, Michael (I) as (uncredited) [1st Mate]
  32. Symonds, Tom (I) as (uncredited) [Bowers]
  33. Whelan, Ron as (uncredited) [Harry]
  34. Wong, Joe (I) as (uncredited) [Chinese Curly-Joe]
  35. Betz, Audrey as (uncredited) [Woman]
  36. Freeman, Joan (I) as [Amelia Carter] <5>
  37. Harout, Magda as (uncredited) [Hand Maiden]
  38. Zadagian, Clarice as (uncredited) [Harem Dancer]


  1. Comedy

Full Plot

Phileas Fogg III, great grandson of the original Phileas Fogg, accepts a bet to duplicate his great grandfather's famous trip around the world in response to a challenge made by Randolph Stuart III, the descendant of the original Fogg's nemesis. Unbeknownst to anyone, However, "Stuart" is the infamous con man Vicker Cavendish who made the bet in order to cover up his robbing the bank of England by framing Fogg for the crime. This makes for a dangerous journey for Fogg and his servants (the stooges) and Amelia Carter, whom they rescue from thugs during a train ride. Can they make it back to England in time ? A.Stooge Phileas Fogg III, grandson of the famous adventurer who went around the world in 80 days, accepts a challenge to repeat the feat only this time without the use of any money. The bet is 20,000 and Fogg has side bets for the same amount. Accompanied by his servants, the Three Stooges, they set off eastward through Turkey, India, South-East Asia, Japan, the United and Canada making their way back to London with many zany adventures along the way. Fogg is also wanted by the police as a rather large sum of money was stolen the same day he departed. They arrive in London on the 81st day and he has apparently lost the bet. Or has he? garykmcd Plot not found

Total Business

SD: 9 May 1963 - 27 May 1963

Music Composers

  1. Dunlap, Paul (I)


  1. Lippman, Irving

Dress Designers

  1. Kuhn, Grace (uncredited)
  2. Tetrick, Ted (uncredited)


Columbia Pictures [us] - (1963) (USA) (theatrical)
Columbia TriStar Home Video [us] - (1995) (USA) (VHS)
Columbia TriStar Home Video [us] - (2003) (USA) (DVD)

Film Editors

  1. Bryant, Edwin H. (as Edwin Bryant)


Lory Filch: You're a fine one, Vickers Cavendish. Wasting your time reading when you should be thinking up some scheme to defraud. [Larry comes in with a waterlogged newspaper and hands it to Moe] Larry: They left it in the swimming pool today. Moe: Oh, I see. The tadpole edition. Larry: Yeah, the tadpole edi... [Moe whaps Larry with the paper] Moe: That's for now. Remind me to kill you later. Larry: I had the brains to steal this from the Duke's palace next door. [pulls fresh newspaper from coat] You thought I was stupid, didn't ya? Moe: Now I'm sure of it. Phileas Fogg III: Moe, about how long would you say I've been having kippers for breakfast? Moe: Man and boy, I'd say we've been eating our kippers every day for, it must be 11 years, sir. Phileas Fogg III: Time for a change. Starting tomorrow, I'd like sausages. Moe: Oh, those ugly little brown - SAUSAGES? [Curly-Joe opens door just as Moe is coming through; there is a spectacular crash of breakfast dishes and cutlery] Curly-Joe: I'm sorry, Moe. The door swung and all the dishes broke. Moe: Well, don't distress yourself, lad. You didn't break everything. Curly-Joe: I didn't? Moe: [Holds up an intact plate] Here's one you missed. Curly-Joe: Hey! [Moe breaks it over his head] [the Three Stooges are trying to convince Phileas to take them with him] Moe: Who's going to lay out your day togs for daywear? Moe: And your night togs for nightmares? Curly-Joe: Remember, we're born chiselers. Larry: Oh, boy! We're going around the world on our wits! Moe: With your wits, you won't get past the front door. [Amelia is using the back of a frying pan as a mirror while Phileas plots their course] Phileas Fogg III: Now, owing to monsoons at this time of year, we may have trouble getting across this bridge. It could be completely under water. Curly-Joe: Don't worry, we'll cross that bridge when we come to it. Moe: [chuckling] Pardon me, may I have the mirror? Amelia Carter: Why, certainly. Moe: You know, a sharp crack deserves a sharp answer. Curly-Joe: Yeah. [Moe whaps Curly-Joe with pan] [tootling on horn to entice a snake out of its jar] Larry: [frustrated] He don't like my music. Moe: He's not supposed to like it. He's gotta hate it. Then he comes out, sees you, goes out of his mind, and while he's out, I clobber him. Moe: We are official bodyguards. Also double as man Friday. Larry: And Saturday. Moe: His pistol record is [mumbling] shots out of a possible 300. Curly-Joe: That's without bullets. Moe: The rajah says that he will, without the aid of a telescope, shoot a raisin from the top of this gentleman's head. Larry: Wait a minute. Wait a minute. Hold it. Shoot *what* raisin from *which* gentleman's head? Moe: Oh, pardon me for calling you a gentleman, sir. Moe: The rajah says that at this time he will throw the razor-edged daggers at random. Larry: Random? Get him up here. Hey, Randy, come on. Moe: [glowering at Larry] Pardon me, Mister Random. Larry: You don't think I'm going to let that blind bat throw knives at me, do you? Moe: Blind bat? Why, he can see better than you can and I can prove it. Larry: Well, you better prove it. [picks up large round tray and holds it up to Curly-Joe's eyes] Moe: Maha. Curly-Joe: [peers in opposite direction] Aha? Moe: Rajah! [Curly-Joe turns around and stares closely at tray] Moe: What is this? Curly-Joe: Half a dollar. Larry: You're right. I thought it was a dime. [Curly-Joe's thrown knife grazes Larry's fake mustache] Moe: Missed that. Curly-Joe: Missed that? Impossible! Larry: Missed that? What is he aiming at? Moe: You'll find out. [Guards are roughing up Curly-Joe] Moe: Wait a minute. You're gonna hit a man with glasses? Curly-Joe: [gratefully, as guards pause] Yeah! Moe: [takes away glasses] Go ahead! [Soldier shouts in Chinese as Phileas and co. sail away] Chinese Non-Com: [Subtitle] CENSORED. AND DON'T COME BACK! Moe: If you keep on trying, you'll always have a chance. Larry: Yeah, and we'll starve to death in the meantime. [Everyone is under arrest for stowing away in the back of a truck] Moe: Four days directly to New York. And here we are, thanks to you. Larry: You don't have to thank me. [after a prolonged fight in the dark where everyone keeps hitting the wrong people before finally knocking out the bad guys] Moe: I knew you'd get the right ones if you kept on swinging. Moe: [in re Itchi Kitchi] That's not a man! That's a committee!

Other Titles

  1. Around the World in a Daze (1963) (ENG)
    (International) (short title)


- Moe says "we don't do that anymore", after one of the Stooge lookalikes 'eye pokes' one of the other lookalikes. This comes from a agreement Moe Howard and Larry Fine made with Joe DeRita at the beginning of the full length movie series. The agreement was that the eye poke would not be used by the group any longer due to the resurgence of the popularity of the comedy trio, especially with kids seeing the shorts during afternoon children's programming. DeRita was concerned that kids would imitate the eye poke, and not do it correctly (The proper Stooge eye poke move is that the fingers would actually make contact slightly above the eyebrows, but appearing on film that the eyes were actually poked), thus causing real damage to the eyes. Moe and Larry agreed with DeRita, and the eye poke was retired from the act, making this scene a rarity in the later Stooge years.