Three Little Sew and Sews is the 36th short subject starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges. The trio made a total of 190 shorts for Columbia Pictures between 1934 and 1959.
The Stooges are sailors employed in a ships' tailor shop. The three steal some officers' uniforms in order to go ashore. While pretending to be an Admiral, Curly and his "aides" (Moe and Larry) are tricked into stealing a submarine by a pair of spies. The Stooges eventually capture the spies, but whilst reenacting the capture for the real Admiral, Curly accidentally detonates a bomb. The last scene shows the Stooges as Angels going to heaven, Curly looks back and the Admiral is behind them, shaking his fist at the trio. Curly then yells at the other two to fly faster.
- The title Sew and Sew is a play on "so and so," a softly worded insulting term for a person. Larry uses this to describe Curly's way with the ladies.
- This is one of several Stooge shorts in which a sofa spring manages to become attached to someone's backside. This gag was also used in Hoi Polloi, An Ache in Every Stake, Hugs and Mugs and Have Rocket, Will Travel.
- War scenes were used in Boobs in Arms and They Stooge to Conga.