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Hoofs and Goofs

Hoofs and Goofs (1957) starring Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Joe Besser Hoofs and Goofs has the distinction of being the first Three Stooges short film with Joe Besser. It deals with the concept that the Three Stooges sister, Birdie, has died over a year ago, and Joe is...
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So Long Mr. Chumps

So Long Mr. Chumps, starring the Three Stooges - Moe, Larry and Curly, originally released February 7, 1941
So Long Mr. Chumps, starring the Three Stooges – Moe, Larry and Curly, originally released February 7, 1941 So Long Mr. Chumps is a personal favorite of the Three Stooges short films. It begins with Moe, Larry and Curly as street sweepers, cleaning up a park, and in...
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Beer Barrel Polecats

Beer Barrel Polecats - we all put the yeast in!
Beer Barrel Polecats (1946) starring the Three Stooges – Moe, Larry, and Curly Beer Barrel Polecats is set during Prohibition, when purchasing beer in the U.S.A. was illegal — but it was still legal to make your own beer for your own personal use.  The Three Stooges (Moe, Larry, and Curly) in Curly’s first short...
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Fuelin’ Around

The getaway at the end of Fuelin' Around
Mistaken for a rocket scientist, Larry is kidnapped (along with Moe and Shemp) by agents of the hostile foreign nation of Anemia until they make "their" new rocket fuel - no fuelin' around!
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Hugs and Mugs

Larry, Shemp and Moe hurt each other as upholsterers in Hugs and Mugs
Christine McIntyre and two other beautiful ex-convicts try to track down the pearl necklace that they stole - which is now in the hands of the Three Stooges! And gangsters are close behind ...
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Studio Stoops

Studio Stoops - the Three Stooges, Shemp Howard, Moe Howard, Larry Fine
The Three Stooges (Moe, Larry, Shemp) are mistaken for publicity men by the head of B. O. Studios, and ordered to arrange publicity for the studio's newest starlet - so they plan on a faked kidnapping, which is overheard by real crooks who decide to kidnap Christine McIntyre for real!
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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. The witch doctor has different ideas, and wants to add their heads to his collection!
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The Three Stooges Collection volume 6

The Three Stooges Collection volume 6 - 1949-1951 - Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Shemp Howard
The Three Stooges return with the next 24 digitally remastered shorts covering the years 1949-1951 in this sixth collection, which continues with Shemp as the third Stooge, who had stepped in two years earlier to fill the shoes left empty when Curly became ill and retired.
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Listen, Judge

Three Stooges movie poster - Listen, Judge
A remake of an earlier Three Stooges short film, which begins with the Three Stooges in court on charges of vagrancy and chicken stealing. The judge (Vernon Dent) who drops the charges (prematurely) and the Stooges make good their escape. Working as electrical repairmen, they get a job repairing at doorbell at a mansion ... owned by the Judge!
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Pals and Gals

Pals and Gals starring the Three Stooges - Moe, Larry, Shemp (1954)
A remake of an earlier Three Stooges short film, Out West - Moe, Larry and Shemp move out West for Shemp’s health—he has an enlarged vein in his leg. A western villain, Doc Barker, who has stolen the Red Dog Saloon from the father of the beautiful Nell (Christine McIntyre), and is holding her sisters hostage until she agrees to marry the villain. Is it worth watching?
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