As the meeting breaks into chaos following Hailstone's declaration that the world belongs to him, the Stooges go into action on the other delegates and each other. The Soviet Union may have easily been considered a "silent partner" of the Axis at the time. Gilda enters, and shows the Stooges a glimpse through a telescope of all three of them on a spit roasting in Hell and starts to place in Hailstone's mind the idea that his allies, the "Axel" partners, are plotting against him. It opens at the estate of King Herman the 6 7/8s, the deposed king of Moronika. The film's climax occurs when the "Axis" partners arrive for a meeting with the "Axis" partners—Chizzilini (a parody of Italian dictator Benito Mussolini), the Bay of Rum, (a parody of Japanese emperor Hirohito). ", While filming, devoted family man Moe rushed from the set to his daughter's birthday party in full costume. Dictator Moe Hailstone of Moronika enjoys a shave, and fights Curly and Larry for a turkey (that is a parody of Hitler possibly wanting control in Turkey. Turkey, which he represents, was never a member of the Axis, and remained carefully neutral throughout much of World War II. Throughout the game, the cue ball inexplicably defies the laws of physics, avoiding the exploding ball by swerving around it and finally jumping over it, colliding with Herring's head.

The King's daughter is sent as a spy and she tricks them, leading to a fight for control of the globe. Yet its relationships with Nazi Germany were – at least at the surface – if anything more friendly than either country's with the US.

The winner of that battle is a portrait of Napoleon who grabs the bird from the bewildered Stooges, before running out of his frame (to enjoy his victory dinner). The "Bey of Rum" character is named after bay rum, a type of aftershave/cologne popular during that time, and represents Turkey, which was never a member of the Axis and remained carefully neutral throughout much of World War II. Herman regains his throne and the trio's taxidermied heads are used as three mounted hunting trophies. The Stooges are still ruling the country of Moronica in I'll Never Heil Again, but the three cabinet ministers who betrayed the King have turned good and want to help get rid of The Boys. Larry parodies the attempts to control Greece by saying, "I'll wipe out grease"). The title of the short parodies the song title "I'll Never Smile Again", written by Ruth Lowe in 1940. Bystanders reported at what they perceived to be Hitler running red lights in Hollywood. This caused a few calls to the LAPD. The USSR had joined Germany's September 1, 1939, invasion of Poland in mid-September, and the countries had treaties of economic assistance and cooperated in military research. [3], I'll Never Heil Again marks one of the few times the Stooges break the fourth wall. After doing this, she replaces the 13 ball on Hailstone's pool table with the explosive 13 ball and flees as Hailstone begins a pool game with his partners. Curly, caught in the middle, turns to the camera and says to the audience "...they're NUTS!". To this end, he sends his daughter, the princess Gilda (Matty Herring in the first film) to try and assassinate Hailstone using an explosive pool ball strategically positioned in Hailstone's billiard table. One memorable scene has Hailstone's mustache being ripped off and Hailstone rants: "Give me my personality! The Three Stooges - S 8 E 4 - I'll Never Heil Again. Later, the Axel partners arrive for a meeting.

Plot Edit. Ixnay, Amscray and Umpchay, the war profiteers from the first film (although Umpchay was called "Onay" there) have decided that they have had enough of the dictator they put in power, and want to help Herman retake the throne. It opens at the estate of King Herman the 6 7/8, the deposed king of Moronika. The major "Axel" partners shown in the conference room sequence are parodies of the major Axis powers of the time—with one and a half exceptions. [2], The film title is a parody of song title "I'll Never Smile Again", written by Ruth Lowe. However, less than two weeks after. The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

[5] I'll Never Heil Again was released 5 weeks and 2 days after the real Wilhelm II died in exile. The short was the sequel Three Stooges 1940 short You Nazty Spy!.It begins, unlike You Nazty Spy!, with Moe Hailstone (Moe Howard) firmly ensconced as the Hitler-like dictator of Moronica. A colorized version of this film was released in 2007. RocSoc Classic TV. While filming, devoted family man Moe rushed from the set to his daughter's birthday party in full costume.

The USSR had joined Germany's September 1, 1939 invasion of Poland in mid-September, and the countries had treaties of economic assistance and cooperated in military research.