In Rusty Romeos, the Three Stooges are all engaged to the same gold-digger. She plans to get engagement rings from each, and abandon them. This leads to a fight, until Joe gets his revenge “in the end”.
Muscle Up a Little Closer (1957) starring Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Joe Besser, Maxine Gates
Moe, Larry and Joe are about propose marriage to their girlfriends. Joe’s fiancée is a nice, oversized young lady named Tiny (Maxine Gates). Later, the boys discover that Tiny’s ring, worth $5,000.00 has been stolen. The Stooges suspect it’s a muscular bully named Elmo (Matt Murphy), the trucking foreman who works at the same factory as them.
Sappy Bullfighters (1959) starring the Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Joe Besser), Greta Thyssen, George J. Lewis
Sappy Bullfighters is the final Three Stooges short film – a reworking of What’s the Matador? The short film begins with the Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Joe Besser) having been fired. Fired from their engagement in Mexico for refusing to do 10 additional shows for free. Stranded without the money needed to get back home, a fellow performer — the lovely and kind-hearted Greta (Greta Thyssen) gets them an engagement, performing their comedy act at an actual bullfight at a stadium.
However, when Greta leaves, she takes the Stooges’ suitcase — with the props for their comedy matador act — by mistake. The Stooges follow her to her dressing room and join her in a snack. Where Joe unwittingly drinks hot sauce and “douses” it with water from a flower vase. Greta’s husband (George J. Lewis) arrives, and Joe mistakenly thinks that Greta is calling him “sweetheart,” setting up the conflict.
Pies and Guys (1958) starring Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Joe Besser
Pies and Guys starring the Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Joe Besser) is a shot by shot remake of Half-Wits Holiday (Moe, Larry, Curly). Which, in turn, was a remake of Hoi Polloi (Moe, Larry, Curly). The basic plot in all three remains the same. The Three Stooges are inept workers, who become the object of a bet between two professors on whether nature or nurture define a person. Professor Quackenbush (Milton Frome) tries to train the Stooges into becoming gentlemen. With the aid of his beautiful daughter Lulu (Greta Thyssen). A stressful process.
‘Flying Saucer Daffy‘ is the last Three Stooges short film ever made. It stars Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Joe Besser as they retell the Cinderella story. Using a flying saucer instead of a glass slipper …
Quiz Whizz – The Three Stooges – Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Joe Besser – 1958
Joe Besser is doubtless the least popular “Third Stooge” with some of his Three Stooges short films being better than others. Quiz Whiz is one of those. The basic story is that Joe has won $15,000 on a quiz program. All of the questions were about food, Joe’s favorite subject. However, Joe hasn’t been seen since, and Moe and Larry are fearing the worst. While Moe is on the phone to the police, describing Joe, Joe walks in and begins making a Dagwood-style sandwich, with Moe looking at Joe as he describes him, with lines such as “Hair color? (looks at Joe’s bald head) Skin!” Eventually, Moe realizes that Joe is back, and the boys soon learn that Joe has lost all of his winnings to con artists. To add insult to injury, and IRS agent (played by Stooges regular Emil Sitka) appears at the door, demanding the government’s share of Joe’s winning — $5,900 — which they don’t have!Read More »Quiz Whizz