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Movie Maniacs

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Movie Maniacs (1936) starring the Three Stooges (Moe Howard Larry Fine, Curly Howard)

Synopsis of Movie Maniacs

Movie Maniacs, the Three Stooges’ 13th Columbia short, spoofs movie-making and, as Moe puts it, the thousands who know nothing about making them. It also gives us a wonderful chance to see a vaudeville routine with Curly in drag and Larry as the debonair suitor.  Not to mention Moe’s method of teaching acting by having Larry and Curly manipulate a couple of actors like hand puppets.

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movie review of Hula-La-La (1951) starring the Three Stooges (Moe HowardLarry FineShemp Howard), Emil Sitka, Kenneth MacDonaldJean Willes

Synopsis of Hula-La-La

In Hula-La-La studio boss Emil Sitka has bought the tropical island of Rarabonga, to film the native dances.  But the natives don’t dance!  So he sends studio employees Moe, Larry and Shemp to teach them.  Unfortunately, while the natives can’t dance, they can shrink heads!  And Stooges villain Kenneth MacDonald as the tribe’s witch doctor wants to add them to his personal collection!

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Three Missing Links

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Three Missing Links (1938) starring the Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Curly Howard)

In Three Missing Links the Three Stooges (Moe, Larry and Curly) are janitors at the ‘Super Terrific Productions’ movie studio, where the director and producer are looking for a leading man for their new jungle picture to star with the beautiful Mirabel Mirabel (played by Jane Hamilton) – but the leading man needs to look like a gorilla.  After destroying the office in an attempt to clean it — Curly’s cleaning of the desk is truly comedy gold — the Three Stooges are fired, only to have the director notice Curly’s resemblance to a gorilla (and Moe and Larry’s resemblance to Neanderthals) and hires them to co-star in the movie.  And soon, they’re all headed off to Africa to start filming!

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