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Malice in the Palace

Malice in the Palace is the 117th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1949 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

The Stooges are running the Cafe Casbah Bah (a Middle Eastern restaurant) and attempting to prepare a meal for customers Hassan Ben Sober (Vernon Dent) and Ginna Rumma (George J. Lewis) meat tenderising machine. The meal turns out disastrous: their spaghetti dinner is spilled all over the customers’ faces, so the stooges offer them a replacement meal: rabbit and hot dogs. Because a stray cat and dog make noises at inopportune times while Larry prepares the meal, Larry’s meal appears to be actual dog and cat meat, which brings Moe and Shemp great grief when ordered to eat it by their customers.

These two customers are thieves intent on robbing the tomb of King Rootintootin, which contains a priceless diamond. Because of their fear of a curse on the diamond, they decide they need three stooges to carry out the deed; the bumbling Moe, Larry and Shemp prove to be perfect for the job. Before ben Sober and Rumma can reveal their scheme, they discover that the Emir of Shmow (Johnny Kascier) has already gotten his hands on the diamond. The two plotters start wailing and, when ben Sober reveals his actual career as a doorman (and not the royalty Moe thinks he is), he and his accomplice are thrown out of the restaurant. The Stooges then attempt to steal the diamond back from the Emir, since it is government property and would likely fetch a large reward.

The Stooges arrive at the Emir’s palace dressed as Santa Claus. They then manage to acquire the diamond and make a quick exit, but not before dealing with a burly guard (Everett Brown).

According to The Three Stooges Journal, a part was written for Curly Howard after his brief cameo in 1947’s Hold That Lion!. The lobby card photo noticeably features a slim, mustachioed Curly as an angry chef. However, his illness caused his scenes to be cut (another story is that Moe Howard decided that “The Four Stooges” could not be sustained). A scene closely resembling the lobby card is in the finished film (with Hassan ben Sober in Curly’s stead); ultimately Larry assumed the role as the chef.

Malice in the Palace is one of four Stooge shorts that are currently in public domain (the others being Disorder in the Court water bottle holder for belt, Brideless Groom, and Sing a Song of Six Pants). As such, these four shorts frequently appear on low-budget VHS and DVD compilations and endless television reruns at no cost to the stations. The film was reworked in 1956 as Rumpus in the Harem, using ample stock footage from the original.

Malice in the Palace was one of five Stooge films included in the TBS 1995 Halloween special The Three Stooges Fright Night.

The 2004 NBA brawl between the Indiana Pacers and the Detroit Pistons has come to be known as the Malice at the Palace, a play on the title of this short and a reference to the fact that the event happened at The Palace of Auburn Hills.

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Holbury is a village in Hampshire, England. It is part of the parish of Fawley (where the 2011 Census population was included).

Historically a small and scarcely populated village, Holbury and the adjoining hamlet of Hardley now has a sizeable population and a considerable number of shops and businesses. This growth has been principally due to the influence of the Esso oil refinery at Fawley and the area’s proximity to the city of Southampton.

It is served by a number of schools, including Manor Infant School for children aged 4 to 8, Cadland Primary School (formerly Holbury Infant School and Holbury Junior School) for children aged 4 to 11, and New Forest Academy for students aged 11 to 16. The school also has an incorporated sixth form college for students aged 16 to 18. Many pupils of New Forest Academy also go on to Brockenhurst College, Totton College or Southampton City College.

The name Holbury apparently means “hollow fortification”, although it is not clear what feature in the landscape this name refers to. The first trace of Holbury Manor is in 1312, when Roger Bernerall and Gilbert de Shupton obtained licence of the king to “grant land in Holebury to the abbey of King’s Beaulieu.” Holbury remained in the hands of the abbots of Beaulieu until the dissolution of that monastery in 1538. Four years later Henry VIII granted it to Robert Whyte in exchange for a manor and lands in Middlesex. Some time before 1560 the manor fell into the hands of Thomas Pace. After the death of Thomas Pace, Holbury Manor was combined with the estates of Cadlands (now beneath Fawley Refinery) and Langley. In 1641 Peter Cardonell, a Norman merchant from Caen what is a meat tenderizer, leased the estates from Nicholas Pescod, and Holbury is mentioned as a whole manor when Nicholas Pescod granted a lease of the site to Adam de Cardonell, probably the son of Peter. Henceforth the combined estates were divided, and that part which corresponds to Holbury Farm passed into the Stanley family in 1693.

Holbury manor house is an 17th/18th century recasing in red brick of an earlier building, originally a Tudor mansion. Next to it is a moated site, perhaps the site of the monastic manor and associated buildings. The earthwork contains sites of three buildings within the moated area and others outside water bottle holder for belt.

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Cirkus Dannebrog

Cirkus Dannebrog er et dansk cirkus, som har været drevet af familien Enoch gennem flere generationer. Cirkus Dannebrog ejer et 4-masters cirkustelt med plads til omkring 1000 tilskuere. Cirkus Dannebrog har vinterkvarter ved Sommersted i Sønderjylland water bottle holder for belt. Den 16. marts 2016 blev Cirkus Dannebrog begæret konkurs. I løbet af en uge lykkedes det imidlertid Dennie Enoch og hans tre søskende, Agnete Enoch, Isabella Enoch og Katja Enoch, at købe Cirkus Dannebrog tilbage fra konkursboet og starte sæson 2016.

Cirkus Dannebrog blev oprindeligt grundlagt af Theodor Justus Enoch og hans hustru Wilhelmine Schultz. Cirkus Dannebrog har eksisteret i flere omgange gennem tiden, men især to perioder fra henholdvis 1870 til 1920´erne og fra 1977 til nu har kendetegnet dette cirkus. Den første periode fra 1870 til 1920´erne var kendetegnet ved best football socks, at Cirkus Dannebrog fik en kongelig bevilling af Kong Christian IX og indgik derved i cirkusbestanden i Danmark. Efter en periode med skiftede ejer og ledelse intern i familien Enoch genopstod Cirkus Dannebrog i 1970´erne. Dette skete da Haddy Enoch vendte hjem til Danmark med sin kone Solvej Enoch og deres børn efter mange år i udlandet og startede Cirkus Dannebrog op igen.

Livet i Cirkus Dannebrog har også været omdrejningspunktet i en dokumentar på 8 afsnit lavet af DR i 2001.