The Three Stooges Classics The Stooges are at it again in this zany collection of rare trailers and hard-to-find segments.
The Three Stooges Classics Take a rare look behind-the-scenes with these interviews, specials and classic TV appearances by The Three Stooges.
The Three Stooges Classics The Three Stooges run the Pip Boys tailor shop and chaos ensues!
The Three Stooges Classics The Three Stooges are waiters at a caf in the Middle East where they set out to find a hundred-carat diamond from the cursed tomb of King Rutentuten.
The Three Stooges Classics Shemp inherits half a million dollars from his ruch uncle Caleb, provided he gets married - in seven hours!
The Three Stooges Classics Join Moe, Larry and Curly Joe for 35 hilarious misadventures!
The Three Stooges Classics The Three Stooges are key witnesses in a murder trial and create havoc in the courtroom.
The Three Stooges Family Album Season: 1 The Three Stooges Family Album goes behind the cameras to look at America's favorite comedy trio. Includes film clips, home movies, vacation pictures and never-seen-before footage that show how hilarious The Three Stooges can be on and off the screen.
The Three Stooges 75th Anniversary Special Season: 1 The greatest comedy team of all time showcases their unique brand of comedy with ultra-rare shorts, feature film clips and TV performances; plus celebrity cameo appearances and family members sharing memories of the masters of mirth, merriment and mayhem.
The Three Stooges Collection The Three Stooges: Moe is boss, Larry the middleman and Curly as their foil. Witness the rise of these comedy icons in this high-spirited collection.
They are confused for college professors in "Violent is the Word for Curly threestoogesdvd.info By 1937, where Volume Two of this long overdue chronological collection picks
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The Stooges are would-be plumbers and mistake pipes filled with wires for water pipes. One of the most popular Stooge shorts. Dudly Dickerson's battle in the kitchen is a classic, as well as his famous line: "This house is sho' goin' crazy!" Later remade with Shemp in "Vagabond Loafers" (1949) and "Scheming Shemers" (1956).
The Stooges are janitors in a doctor's office working the night shift. The usual antics occur, first with Moe getting an electrical shock down his pants, leading to a cossack dance. Then, Curly gets his head wedged inside a fish bowl, containing a live fish. Though Moe and Larry eventually slide the bowl off, Curly starts to feel the swallowed fish tickling his insides. Moe manages to fish the aquatic critter out of Curly.
Outside, a crook is shot in the arm while trying to make a getaway after a robbery. The crooks bring their hurt leader (John Tyrrell) up to the Stooges, thinking the doctor's office is open for business. The boys play doctor and promptly anesthetize the wounded crook with a rubber mallet. Then, the wounded crook slides off the gurney and out the window while the Stooges' back are turned. As luck would have it, the crook lands right into a police car waiting below at street level. The other crooks flee when they see the Stooges mangle the situation, only to be captured by the policemen.
The trio, meanwhile, take cover in a rather spooky storage area, replete with a huge jack-in-the-box, and a scared night watchman (Dudley Dickerson). Curly gets so spooked that he stumbles into a vat of plaster, making him virtually immobile. As a consequence, the poor, ghostly-looking Stooge ends up scaring all involved.
Release Date: 8/29/1935 A Professor Plays Pygmalion To Three Bumbling Garbagemen & Tries To Turn Them Into Gentlemen It's Digitally Restored & It's In A Computer Colorized Version & It's From An Extra Feature Of Breakin All The Rules On My DVD