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Time Out for Rhythm

Time out for Rhythm
Time Out for Rhythm (1941) starring Rudy Vallee, Ann Miller, the Three Stooges Synopsis of Time Out for Rhythm Time Out for Rhythm is a musical dealing with Danny Collins (Rudy Vallee) and Mike Armstrong (Richard Lane), who form a successful partnership and preeminent talent agency, whose friendship and partnership are broken...
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Soup to Nuts

Soup to Nuts featuring Shemp Howard, Harry Howard, Larry Fine
Soup to Nuts – the first Three Stooges movie  Soup to Nuts, the first movie with The Three Stooges, is not a typical Three Stooges movie.  In it, the Three Stooges are mostly supporting characters, in a movie that stars Ted Healy – at this time, the act was known as Ted Healy and his...
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Stop! Look! and Laugh!

Stop! Look! and Laugh!
Stop! Look! and Laugh! (1960) starring Paul Winchell and the Three Stooges Stop! Look! and Laugh! was an attempt by ventriloquist and comedian Paul Winchell at a tribute to the Three Stooges (this was an odd ‘clip show’, featuring snippets of some of the best moments from the...
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The Three Stooges in Orbit

The Three Stooges in Orbit
 Editorial Review of The Three Stooges in Orbit, courtesy of Amazon.com The Three Stooges in Orbit has the team playing not only themselves but themselves trying to make it big on a television show. Since they keep breaking leases by cooking in their apartments, they rent a room in a...
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The Three Stooges Meet Hercules

The Three Stooges Meet Hercules - DVD - A full-length muscle-headed feature film! - starring Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Joe De Rita
Editorial Review of The Three Stooges Meet Hercules, courtesy of Amazon.com Very much in the tradition of such Columbia Three Stooges period shorts as “Back to the Woods,” the 1962 costume epic The Three Stooges Meet Hercules is 100% pure Moe–Larry–Curly Joe comedy, with the barest of a ho- hum love interest to detract from...
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Snow White and the Three Stooges

Snow White and the Three Stooges
Editorial Review of Snow White and the Three Stooges, courtesy of Amazon.com Many Stooges fans will find Snow White and the Three Stooges painful going, while some might find it quite charming. The film was conceived as a vehicle for Carol Heiss, the 1960 Olympic figure skating champion, but it was obvious...
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Swing Parade of 1946

The Three Stooges in Swing Parade of 1946 - Curly Howard, Moe Howard, Larry Fine
The Three Stooges in Swing Parade of 1946 Technically, Swing Parade of 1946 isn’t a Three Stooges movie. Yes, the Three Stooges (Moe, Larry and Curly) are in the movie, and they appear as the Three Stooges—but they’re secondary characters. The main plot concerns a young nightclub owner...
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Have Rocket Will Travel

Have Rocket, Will Travel
Moe, Larry, Curly Joe are janitors working at a space center who are accidentally rocketed off to Venus, where they encounter a fire-breathing giant tarantula, a kindly talking unicorn, and a homicidal computer that makes robotic copies of them!
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The Outlaws is Coming

The Outlaws is Coming - starring the Three Stooges (Curly Joe DeRita, Larry Fine, Moe Howard) and Adam West
Set in the Old West, the Three Stooges (Moe, Larry and Curly Joe) help a tenderfoot newspaper editor (Adam West in his pre-Batman days) investigate a dastardly plot where a villain is planning to instigate a war between the Native Americans and the U.S. Cavalry - and uses a collection of the worst desperadoes of the West to boot! But the Stooges have the lovely Nancy Kovack to help them out ...
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