The Three Stooges golfing poster, from their short film, Three Little Beers. It’s surprising how popular this is, given that the Three Stooges only played golf once in all of their films
Another golf poster from the Three Stooges short film, Three Little Beers – “Play Golf with the Stooges – it’s going to take a lotta balls!”
Another golf poster starring Moe, Larry and Curly from their short film, Three Little Beers – “Golf Masters Instructional Academy – our ‘fore’ fathers – Turn your bogies into ‘boidies'”
An illustrated poster of famous Hollywood actors (John Wayne, James Dean, Marilyn Monroe, Humphrey Bogart and, of course the Three Stooges – Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Curly Howard) golfing together, titled “Putting for Birdie”
A poster of the Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Curly Howard) drinking, with the title of “Drink Yerself Stoopid” – I’m not certain which short film this is taken from, since drinking was done in so many.
A photographic montage of posters and scenes from a variety of Three Stooges scenes – some are easily recognized, such as Boobs in Arms, We Want Our Mummy, You Nazty Spy, Three Little Beers … and others are less so.
Poster for the “Three Stooges Institute of Higher Learnin’ — Every thing I know I learned from the Three Stooges” – taken from their famous short film Violent is the Word for Curly, where they sing “Swinging the Alphabet” (b-a-bey song)
Colorized stand-up of the Three Stooges (Larry, Curly and Moe) dressed as university professors from their short film, Violent is the Word for Curly
The Three Stooges as fish mongers (Larry Hook, Moe Line & Curly Sinker) from their short film Booby Dupes.
“Hook, Line & Sinker fresh fish – if not for the tuna, try us for the halibut!”
Curly Howard graces a license plate with one of his iconic phrases – Soitenly!
Dunces Wild – taken from one of their short films, but it’s hard to tell which one, since they played cards (and typically cheated) in a great many of their short films
Similar to the previous Three Stooges card game poster, only colorized.
The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Curly Howard) portraying fire fighters in their short film, False Alarms. The caption reads, “When disaster strikes, don’t send a Stooge … send Three!”
No Country for Dumb Men – a parody on the title of the recent film, No Country for Old Men – a photo montage from various Three Stooges short films, including Punch Drunks (note Curly in his K.O. Stradivarius outfit)
Taken from a classic scene in We Want Our Mummy, where the Three Stooges search for a lost mummy … after taking a (long!) cab ride to Egypt!
From the official Three Stooges collection, a colorized “Imbecile” license plate of Curly being led by the nose (presumably by Moe)
Artwork of the Three Stooges (Larry, Moe and Curly) attempting to shoot pool — all at the same time.
A poster of the original Third Stooge, Shemp Howard. Many people don’t realize that Shemp predated Curly as the third stooge, both in their vaudeville days and in their early film career (when the trio appeared with comedian Ted Healy as Ted Healy and his Stooges), in addition to stepping in after Curly retired due to Curly’s debilitating stroke. Shemp is the only Stooge to have a successful film career away from the Stooges, having appeared in a number of films with Abbott and Costello, W.C. Fields, as well in numerous short films and the Joe Palooka boxing films.
A color full-size stand up of the final Three Stooges trio, with Curly Joe DeRita, Moe Howard, and Larry Fine all in tuxedos and top hats.
Three Stooges life-sized golf stand up, with Curly, Moe and Larry in the golf outfits from the Three Stooges short film, Three Little Beers
A perfect Valentine’s Day gift for the Three Stooges fan – a life-sized stand up featuring Moe, Curly and Larry presenting flowers to their girlfriends, I believe from the short film The Sitter-Downers