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Pals and Gals starring the Three Stooges - Moe, Larry, Shemp (1954)

Pals and Gals [Three Stooges]

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Pals and Gals starring the Three Stooges – Moe, Larry, Shemp (1954)

The Three Stooges (Moe, Larry, Shemp) in a western-themed publicity photo - Pals and Gals—starring the Three Stooges—Moe, Larry, Shemp (1954)Pals and Gals is a remake of an earlier Three Stooges short film, Out West, with chase footage taken from Goofs and Saddles.  The plot remains roughly the same as in Out West: The Three Stooges (Moe HowardLarry Fine, and Shemp Howard) move out West for Shemp’s health.  He has an enlarged vein in his leg.  A western villain, Doc Barker (Norman Willis), who has stolen the Red Dog Saloon from the father of the beautiful Nell (played by Stooge regular Christine McIntyre), and is holding her sisters hostage until she agrees to marry the villain.Read More »Pals and Gals [Three Stooges]

Income Tax Sappy - Shemp, Larry, Moe and Sis

Income Tax Sappy

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The Three Stooges short film Income Tax Sappy (1954) starring Moe HowardLarry FineShemp Howard

Synopsis of Income Tax Sappy

The Three Stooges (Moe, Larry and Shemp), egged on by Larry’s sister, decide to make money by cheating on their income taxes.  After the normal slapstick while preparing their taxes(with some very unusual “deductions”), they not only make a small fortune on their taxes, they decide to go into business by preparing other people’s tax returns as well.  Soon they’re rolling in dough, hosting a meal for one of their rich clients (allowing for more food-related slapstick) – but all isn’t as it appears!

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Original movie poster for the Three Stooges short film, Musty Musketeers - Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Shemp Howard, Vernon Dent, Philp Van Zandt

Musty Musketeers, starring the Three Stooges

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movie review of Musty Musketeers (1954) starring the Three StoogesMoe Howard, Larry Fine, Shemp Howard

Musty Musketeers is a remake of the Three Stooges 1948 short film, Fiddlers Three, with a new beginning and ending.  The middle segments, with the Stooges needing to shoe their mule, Sue, and rescuing the princess, are identical.  The new material is funny enough to justify watching the short, unlike many of their remakes.Read More »Musty Musketeers, starring the Three Stooges