The plot depends on the belief that Allen and Rossi would ever be tabbed by anyone to help the good guys beat the bad guys. A few years after this film, the comedy team would star in Allen and Rossi Meet Dracula and Frankenstein, the death knell of a film career. Decades later they would get a "lifetime contract" to play a Vegas hotel, a gig that lasted a good four years.
For an Allen and Rossi movie, why not buy a Martini and Rossi vermouth? Go ahead, as long as you have the mask on no one will recognize you.
1959 saw a resurgence in popularity for the Three Stooges. I'm guessing it had something to do with their film shorts being shown on television on a daily basis. I know that's where I first saw them, in the afternoon block of cheap comedies for kids after school. "Weekday afternoons at three," said the announcer. "Dad, is today a weekday?" I asked, hopefully.
The plot of The Three Stooges Go Around the World in a Daze, predictably, is similar to the Jules Verne classic, Around the World in 80 Days. This time, it is Phileas Fogg's great-grandson making the bet - and the trip - with the help of the Stooges. Moe Howard and Larry Fine are joined here by Joe DeRita, in the revolving door known as "the third stooge." DeRita confessed later in his career that he never thought the Stooges were funny. I knew a bunch of eight-year-olds that would argue that point.
A wine for the Stooges? There is one for Iggy and the Stooges, but that's probably a reach. How about a wine which is simple to the point of immaturity? Grab one of those bottles of Beaujolais Nouveau off the point-of-purchase end cap. It was harvested and vinified only months ago. It's not a wine for everyone and is actually reviled by many who consider themselves experts, much like the Stooges themselves. Also like the Stooges, the wine isn't getting any better while sitting on the shelf.