Louis Feinberg October 5, — January 24, , known professionally as Larry Fine , was an American actor, comedian , musician, and boxer , best known as a member of the comedy act the Three Stooges. In his early childhood, Fine's arm was accidentally burned with acid that his father used to test jewelry for its gold content. On this occasion, the young Fine mistook the acid for a beverage and raised the bottle to his lips. Before he could drink any, his father knocked the bottle from his hand, splashing the boy's forearm with acid and causing extensive damage to it.
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A Stroke of Luck (Villaviciosa de al lado)
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Mari has given favoured clients, which includes pretty much all the men of the town who, if words gets out, and it does, have a lot of explaining to do to very unhappy wives, tickets to the lottery meaning that a whole lot of people in cash-strapped Villiviciosa are now 80, Euros better off. If only they can collect their winnings which proves problematic because Mari gave out too many tickets, and because the women of the town are keeping an eagle-eyed vigil on the brothel to determine who the wayward husbands are and punish them accordingly. And that, my friends, is how you take a concept that could have easily been just another yawn-inducing, country town quirky excursion into wafer-thin hilarity and turn into a robust comedy that more than makes use of its constituent parts. The characters are neatly and lovingly fleshed out, the lines of dialogue zing and amuse with equal measure, and you are treated to the best race involving a slow moving vehicle since Seinfeld staged its old age scooter race along the streets of New York City.