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Three Stooges with Ted Healy (1930-34) (13 films)


Three Stooges with Ted Healy: Soup to Nuts (1930)
Ted Healy and his Stooges debut in their first feature film. The Stooges are part time firemen who
break up a swank party, and later...


Three Stooges (with Ted Healy): Hollywood on Parade (1933)
A rare and vintage appearance of the Stooges in this very brief Short released by Paramount (Criterion Pictures).
Also features Jimmy Durante, Rudy Valle, Ben...

Three Stooges (with Ted Healy): Nertsery Rhymes (1933)
As children, the Stooges are unable to sleep in their oversized crib and ask their father, Ted Healy, to tell
them a bedtime story.

Three Stooges (with Ted Healy): Beer and Pretzels (1933)
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Three Stooges (with Ted Healy): Plane Nuts (1933)
Vaudville routines and musical numbers.

Three Stooges (with Ted Healy): Hello Pop! (1933)
The final musical short that the Stooges and Healy made at MGM. No prints or negatives of this short are known
to exist, which makes...

Three Stooges (with Ted Healy): Turn Back the Clock (1933)
Their MGM contract called for the Stooges to appear in a variety of studio projects.
They ultimately appeared in five feature films, none of which...

Three Stooges (with Ted Healy): Meet the Baron (1933)
This film was produced as a vehicle for Jack Pearl's career. His radio characterization of the legendary
Baron Munchausen delighted audiences of the time. Some...

Three Stooges (with Ted Healy): Dancing Lady (1933)
The highest profile film that the Stooges ever made. Breaking MGM box office records, it co-starred the
emerging Clark Gable and Joan Crawford in one...

Three Stooges (with Ted Healy): The Big Idea (1934)
Ted Healys writing is constantly interrupted by the Stooges and others.

Three Stooges (with Ted Healy): Fugitive Lovers (1934)
Once again playing show business people, the Stooges have only a limited role in Fugitive Lovers. They play
a vaudevillian team of brothers led by...

Three Stooges (with Ted Healy): Hollywood Party (1934)
The Stooges were so undervalued at MGM at this time that they did not even warrant an actual invitation to
the Hollywood Party in the...

Three Stooges (with Ted Healy): Myrt and Marge (1934)
Universal's attempt at creating a film version of the radio tandem of Myrtle Vail and Donna Damerell,
"Myrt and Marge, Radio's Sweethearts." The film gave...

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Columbia Pictures Corporation
Three Stooges With Curly, Larry & Moe (1934-1947) (97 shorts)


Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe) Short #1: Woman Haters (1934)

 The Stooges are traveling salesmen who vow not to get involved with women except Larry has just been secretly
married! First Columbia Pictures Three...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Punch Drunks (1934)
Curly gets fighting mad whenever he hears the tune 'Pop Goes The Weasel' of which fight manager Moe plans
to take full advantage. First...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe) Short #3: Men in Black (1934)

 A parody of MGM's Clark Cable movie 'Men in White.' "For Duty and Humanity" is the pledge the Stooges made
when they play medical students...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe) Short #4:: Three Little Pigskins (1934)

 While dressed for an advertising gimmick, the Stooges are mistaken for college football players and asked
to play privately for a gangster. Features Lucille Ball...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Horses' Collars (1935)

 The Stooges are detectives in the old west, who must divert a Ranch Deed from dastardly Double Deal Deckers
devious dealings. Clyde Bruckmans only short...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Restless Knights (1935)

 The Stooges are in the royal kingdom of Anesthesia when they learn they are of royal blood and offer their
protection to the Queen ...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Pop Goes the Easel (1935)

 The Stooges seek refuge in an art school and decide they are the artists. Watch for the climactic fight with
modeling clay. Directing debut for...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #8:  Uncivil Warriors (1935)

 The Stooges are Civil War spies for the Union. As operators 12, 14 and 15, the Stooges are sent behind southern
lines during the Civil...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #9: Pardon My Scotch (1935)

 During Prohibition, the Stooges are asked to mix spirits for a bootlegger. Long time Stooge supporting actress
Symona Boniface makes her first appearance in a...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Hoi Polloi (1935) 

 Two rich guys argue over what molds gentlemen, heredity or environment. The Stooges become the experiment.
The theme was originated by Moe and his wife...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Three Little Beers (1935)

  When the Stooges learn their Brewery is having a golf tournament, they sneak off to a nearby course to get in
some practice. Features famous...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #12: Ants in the Pantry (1936)

 The Stooges are exterminators who drum up business by supplying the insects and mice, and crash a high society
party. Director Preston Black is actually...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #13: Movie Maniacs (1936)

 The Stooges travel to Hollywood seeking fame and fortune in the movies, and are mistaken for studio bigshots.
Actress Milred Harris was Charlie Chaplans first...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #14: Half-Shot Shooters (1936)

 The Stooges serve in the military. After being discharged, the Stooges are tricked into enlisting again to
serve the same angry sergeant. First short in...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #15: Disorder in the Court (1936) 

 The Stooges are key witnesses in a murder trial, and create havoc in the courtroom. The plot involves a murder
mystery with the question "Who...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe):Short #16: A Pain in the Pullman (1936)

 The Stooges are an unemployed vaudeville act living in a boarding house. Without money to pay the rent, the
boys and their pet monkey sneak...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short 17: False Alarms (1936)

 The Stooges are inept firemen and almost lose their jobs. Curly is encouraged by his girlfriend and her friends
to call Moe and Larry to...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #18: Whoops, I'm an Indian (1936)

 The Stooges are caught cheating at roulette and disguise themselves as Indians. Curly is mistaken as an Indian
girl and gets married to Pierre (Bud...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #19: Slippery Silks (1936)

 The Stooges begin as antique furniture restorers, and after destroying a rare Chinese cabinet, they inherit the
Madame de France dress shop. First Stooges cream...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #20: Grips, Grunts and Groans (1937)

Fighter Ivan Bustoff takes a liking to the Stooges, so they are hired by the champs manager to keep Bustoff out
of trouble. When they...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #21: Dizzy Doctors (1937)

 The Stooges are lazy-bum husbands, inept salesmen, and misfit fugitives in a hospital. The hospital scene, like
"Men In Black," is located at Los Angeles...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe) Short #22: 3 Dumb Clucks (1937)

 The Stooges try to prevent their millionaire father, who has divorced their mother, from marrying a young gold digger. Curly plays a dual role as...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): #23: Back to the Woods (1937)

 Lawbreakers in England, the Stooges are sent by the government to the new colonies to help fight the "red man savage."
Last of seven shorts...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #24: Goofs and Saddles (1937)

 General Muster dispatches the Stooges to catch cattle rustlers. Curly is Buffalo Billius, Moe is Wild Bill
Hiccup and Larry is Just Plain Bill.

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #25: Cash and Carry (1937)

 The Stooges are gold prospectors housed in the city dump. The are sent on a treasure hunt and dig through
to a Federal Bank....

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Playing the Ponies (1937)  

  The Stooges make what they think is a good swap their restaurant for a rundown race horse.

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #27: The Sitter Downers (1937)

 A man refuses his daughters permission to marry the Stooges so they stage a sit down strike in his house
and win the nations sympathy....

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #28: Termites of 1938 (1938)

 The Stooges are exterminators at Acme Exterminator Co., and provide their "services" at a swanky mansion.
Stooge motto: "At your service day and night, we...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #29: Wee Wee Monsieur (1938)

 The Stooges are artists in Paris, and wind up in the French Foreign Legend.

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe) Short #30: Tassels in the Air (1938)

 The Stooges are mistaken for Omay, the famous interior decorator.
This short is a partial reworking of "Luncheon At Twelve" (1933), also directed and co-produced...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #31:  Flat Foot Stooges (1938)

 The Stooges are firemen and take the firehouse ponies to a Turkish bath for a massage.
First use of the introductory theme music "Three Blind...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #32:  Healthy, Wealthy and Dumb (1938)

 Radio contest winners, the Stooges run up a large tab at the Hotel Costa Plente, and are the target of three
gold diggers. First use...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #33:  Violent is the Word for Curly (1938)

 The Stooges pose as professors at Mildew College. Contains classic Stooge song "Swinging the Alphabet."
Curly suffered some scorching while strapped to the...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Three Missing Links (1938)

 B.O. Botswaddle is looking for a new star to appear in a jungle epic so they cast Curly as a gorilla.
First Stooge short directed...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #35: Mutts to You (1938)

   The Stooges are the operators of a dog laundry who find what they think is an abandoned baby. They next
learn they are wanted for...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Three Little Sew and Sews (1939)
The Stooges are tailors in the Navy. This is the second short in which the Stooges are killed. However, they
become angels at the end...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): We Want Our Mummy (1939)

 Detective Stooges travel to Egypt to find a missing Egyptology professor and the cursed mummy of King Rutentuten.
First time the Stooges find themselves in...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): A Ducking They Did Go (1939)
The Stooges are conned into selling shares in a phony duck hunting club. Their first customers are the Mayor
and the Police Department.

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Yes, We Have No Bonanza (1939)

Out West, the Stooges are waiters who take up prospecting to help out their sweethearts. But what they dig up is
the buried loot from...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Saved By the Belle (1939)

 The Stooges are salesmen stranded south of the border, and caught in the middle of a revolution.
Last Stooge short directed by Charley Chase who...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Calling All Curs (1939)

 Mrs. Bedford's prize poodle is dognapped from the Stooges' animal hospital, and they must get the poodle back!
Famous Curly quote: "I'm tryin' to think,...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #42: Oily to Bed, Oily to Rise (1939)

 When the Stooges discover oil on the widow Jenkins' property, they have to retrieve the deed from swindlers.
First appearances by Stooge supporting actor Richard...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Three Sappy People (1939)
The Stooges masquerade as Drs. Ziller, Zeller and Zoller, eminent psychiatrists, to diagnose a flamboyant newlywed.
Features classic cream puff fight. One actually became lodged...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): You Nazty Spy! (1940)
When three politicians from a small country discover there is no money in peace, they decide to hire a paperhanger
(Moe) as a puppet dictator....

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe) Short #45: Rockin' Thru the Rockies (1940)

 A wagon train full of show biz girls tours the West, and the Stooges are assigned to protect them from Indians.
First appearance by Stooge...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe) Short #46: A Plumbing We Will Go (1940)

 The Stooges are would-be plumbers and mistake pipes filled with wires for water pipes. One of the most popular
Stooge shorts. Dudly Dickersons battle in...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short :47: Nutty But Nice (1940)

 The Stooges operate a restaurant and try to help a little girl who becomes ill when her father, a bail bondsman,
disappears with a lot...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #48 : How High is Up? (1940)

 The Stooges secure construction jobs on a new building, but find they have to start on the 97th story!

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe) Short #49: From Nurse to Worse (1940)

 A buddy in the insurance racket tells the Stooges how to collect benefits by claiming Curly is crazy. But the
scheme backfires when the doctor...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #50: No Census, No Feeling (1940)

 The Stooges new jobs have them taking the census, from an afternoon society party to a local football game.

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #51:  Cookoo Cavaliers (1940)

 Messrs. Hook, Line and Sinker decide to get out of the fish business and into the saloon business. But their
business broker mistakenly believes they...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Boobs in Arms (1940)

 Greeting card salesmen Larry, Moe and Curly hide from an irate man in what they think is a bread line and find
themselves inducted into...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #53:  So Long, Mr. Chumps (1941)

 Larry, Moe and Curly are on a quest to find an honest man, and they finally find one in jail! Title is a parody...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #54: Dutiful but Dumb (1941)

 The Stooges are candid cameramen assigned by WHACK! Magazine to bring back photos of a top secret ray machine
from Vulgaria a military dictatorship...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe)Short #55 : All The World's a Stooge (1941)

Ajax Bullion, the millionaire, has a wife who wants to do the "in" thing by adopting war refugees. The Stooges
are fugitives from an irate...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #56:  I'll Never Heil Again (1941)

 The king of Moronica and his daughter plot the downfall of the dictator Hailstone (Moe). Looked upon as sequel
to previous years wartime satire -...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #57: An Ache in Every Stake (1941)

The Stooges are ice men who take on new jobs as kitchen help for a fancy birthday party. Famous Stooge scene
in which Curly "shaves"...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe) Short #58: In the Sweet Pie and Pie (1941)

 The Stooges are convicts who win freedom to be with Three gold digging women: Tiska, Taska and Baska. The catch
is that the Stooges have...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe) Short #59 : Some More of Samoa (1941)  (#59 NOT #94)

 Drs. Howard, Fine and Howard are tree surgeons who search for the rare and maigcial persimmon tree on the
cannibal isle of Rhum Boogie.

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #60: Loco Boy Makes Good (1942)

 The Stooges help a little old lady by transforming her run-down hotel into a posh nightclub. During show time,
Curly gets the magicians coat by...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #61: Cactus Makes Perfect (1942)

 The Stooges mother kicks them out of the house and they are scammed into buying a lost mine. Soon Curly is
using his invention (the...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe) Short #62: What's The Matador? (1942)

 The Stooges take their comedy bullfighting act to Mexico and run afoul of a jealous husband who arranges for
Curly to meet a real bull...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #63: Matri-Phony (1942)

 To save an innocent slave girl forced into marriage with the nearsighted Emperor Octopus Grabus, Curly takes
her place on the wedding night. Harry Edwards...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe):Short #64: Three Smart Saps (1942)

 Its the Stooges to the rescue when they find out their sweethearts father, the local warden, has been imprisoned
by a crooked administration.

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #65: Even As I.O.U. (1942)

 The Stooges decide to make a worthwhile investment of a little girls savings betting on the races. At the
track, Curly meets up with...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Sock-A-Bye Baby (1942)

 The Stooges resign themselves to parenthood when a distraught woman leaves her baby on their doorstep, but
they are later taken as childnappers. Remake of...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #67: They Stooge to Conga (1943)

 The Stooges are fix-it men who stumble across a nest of Nazi spies.
Third film after "You Nazty Spy!" (1939) and "Ill Never Heil Again"...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #68:  Dizzy Detectives (1943)

 The Stooges begin as handymen and then join the police force to solve the ape man burglaries. Later remade
twice in "Fraidy Cat" (1951) and...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Spook Louder (1943)
The Stooges emerge as key characters in a story told by a detective to a reporter about the breaking up of the
Great Spy Ring....

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #70  Back From the Front (1943)

 The Stooges are merchant marines Inky, Winky and Dinky who confront the Nazis at sea. This is the fifth World
War II film from the...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #71: Three Little Twirps (1943)

 The Stooges crash a circus and wind up a part of the featured act as targets for the Sulton of Abbadabba, a
spear chucking wildman....

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #72: Higher Than a Kite (1943)

 After messing up in the motorpool, the Stooges go AWOL in what they think is a sewer pipe. But its actually
a blockbuster bomb headed...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #73: I Can Hardly Wait (1943)

 Defense workers Moe and Larry are kept awake when curly suffers from a troublesome tooth. When home remedies
fail, its off to the dentist.

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Dizzy Pilots (1943)
The Stooges are the Wrong Brothers, aviators trying to sell a new airplane to the government to avoid the
draft. Moe takes unusual punishment when...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe) Short #75: Phony Express (1943)

 In order to scare off a group of rowdies, the Mayor of Peaceful Gulch prints flyers saying a famous lawman is
coming to clean up...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short  #76: A Gem of a Jam (1943)

 Stooge janitors are mistaken for doctors by crooks. Curly trips into a tray of plaster and arises as a ghost
scaring everyone except the police,...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Crash Goes the Hash (1944)

 Its suspected that a society matron, Mrs. Van Bustle, will marry the exotic Prince Shaam. To get the story,
reporters Curly, Larry and Moe take...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #78:  Busy Buddies (1944)

 The Stooges, not faring well with their diner, enter Curly in a milking contest at the County Fair. But
when they take him to a...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): The Yoke's on Me (1944)
The Stooges become farmers as a last resort when every branch of the armed services turns them down.
Strong anti-Japanese content during World War II...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #80:  Idle Roomers (1944)

 Hotel workers, Moe, Larry and Curly run afoul of a showmans latest exhibit a wolfman who hates music!
Debut of Stooge supporting actress Christine...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #81 Gents Without Cents (1944)

 The Stooges are entertainers and meet up with three dancers, Flo, Mary and Shirley. The Stooges then move
from rags to riches and find love...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #82: No Dough Boys (1944)

 Anti-Nazi and Japanese satire during World War II. The Stooges are mistaken for Japanese soldiers by Nazi spies.
The expression "Dough Boys" means G.I.s.

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Three Pests in a Mess (1945)
The Stooges are mistaken for sweepstakes winners and are chased into a sporting goods shop. Curly fires a
rifle hitting a mannequin thinking he has...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #84: Booby Dupes (1945)

 The Stooges are fish salesmen with a better idea they'll buy their own boat, catch their own fish and eliminate
the middleman. But its...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #85: Idiots Deluxe (1945)

 Having suffered a nervous breakdown, Moe is taken for an outing in the country, tangles with a car driving
bear and ends up on...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): If a Body Meets a Body (1945)
Curly Q. Link is heir to the late millionaire Bob O. Link. But when the Stooges go to claim the inheritance,
they find themselves marooned...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #87: Micro-Phonies (1945)

 While fooling around at a recording studio, Curly is mistaken for a lovely soprano opera singer and is
asked to sing at a society party....

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #88: Beer Barrel Polecats (1946)

 Trouble brews when the Stooges decide to make their own beer. Oh no, they all put in the yeast!
Contains footage from previous Stooge shorts...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #89:  A Bird in the Head (1946)

 A mad scientist wants to transplant a human brain into the skull of a gorilla and Curlys is just the
right size!

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe) Short #90: Uncivil Warbirds (1946)

 Civil war breaks out between the states, but the Stooges dont know which side their state will be on.
Moe and Larry join the Union,...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #91: Three Troubledoers (1946)

 The fair Nell vows to marry Sheriff "Coney Island" Curly if he rescues her father from the clutches
of the villainous Badlands Blackie.

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Monkey Businessmen (1946)

 The Stooges seek rest and relaxation at a sanitarium run by a quack named Doc Mallard. Debut of Stooge
supporting actor Kenneth MacDonald. Curlys health...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #93: Three Loan Wolves (1946)

 The Stooges recount to their ward how they came to adopt him. A woman left him with Larry at the Stooges
pawn shop. Debut of...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #94:  G.I. Wanna Home (1946)

 Stooges return home from the war to find themselves in the middle of the housing shortage and their
sweethearts out on the street.

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #95: Rhythm and Weep (1946)

 Unsuccessful musicians Moe, Larry and Curly decide to end it all by jumping from a skyscraper, where
they meet three unsuccessful dancers and a strange...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #96: Three Little Pirates (1946)

 The Stooges are shipwrecked on an island run by an evil governor whose ward promises to help the boys
escape if they'll take her with...

Three Stooges (Curly, Larry & Moe): Short #97:  Half-Wits' Holiday (1947)

 A professor bets another he can turn slobs into gentlemen and uses the Stooges as his control group.
Remake of previous Stooges short "Hoi Polloi"...

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The Three Stooges with Shemp, Larry & Moe (1947-1956)


Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #98: Fright Night (1947)

Fight Managers Moe, Larry and Shemp are in a jam a local gangster has bet all his money that their champ
will lose. This...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Out West (1947)
The Stooges take refuge in the Red Dog Saloon, where a pretty girl named Nell informs them that the
notorious Doc Barker has murdered her...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe):Short #100:  Hold That Lion (1947)

 The Stooges go after a crooked investment broker who has stolen their inheritance money.
Curly makes a cameo appearance as a passenger on the train....

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #101  Brideless Groom (1947)

 Shemp has inherited $500,000 from his rich uncle Caleb, contingent upon his getting married in seven hours.
Famous Emil Sitka line: "Hold hands you...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #102: Sing a Song of Six Pants (1947)

 The Stooges are the Pip Boys tailors who get involved with a bank bandit. Shemp decides they should capture
the robber to get the...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #103: All Gummed Up (1947)

 The Stooges are pharmacists. In order to help a little old lady who has lost her home, they decide to
invent a Fountain of Youth...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe) : Shivering Sherlocks (1948)

 The Stooges are in the wrong place at the wrong time when an armored car is robbed. Meanwhile the real
criminals want to make sure...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe) Short #105: Pardon My Clutch (1948)

 The Stooges try to help an ailing Shemp by purchasing a "lemon" car to take to the country.
Later remade in "Wham-Bam-Slam" (1955).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Squareheads of the Round Table (1948)

 Troubadour Stooges play Cupid by helping a lonely blacksmith unite with his true love the daughter of King Arthur.
The Stooges serenade of the...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #107: Fiddlers Three (1948)

 The Stooges are court fiddlers who try to solve the kidnapping of the Kings daughter.
Later remade in "Musty Musketeers" (1954).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #108: The Hot Scots (1948)

 To impress Scotland Yard, amateur detectives Moe, Larry, and Shemp visit Glenheather Castle on the cold
Scottish moors to solve a crime. Later remade in...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #109: Heavenly Daze (1948)

 Shemp is an angel returning to Earth to reform his corrupt cousins Moe and Larry. Moe plays 2 roles,
including Uncle Mortimer. Later remade in...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): I'm a Monkey's Uncle (1948)
The Stooges are cavemen in the Stone Age who must fight for their mates Aggie, Maggie and Baggie.
Later remade in "Stone Age Romeos"...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #111: Mummy's Dummies (1948)

 In ancient Egypt, the Stooges are Honest Moe, Honest Shemp and Just Plain Larry used chariot dealers who
use their half-wits to get in...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #112: Crime on Their Hands (1948)

 The Stooges are furniture upholsterers seeking to be reporters. They investigate a diamond theft and
end up solving the case. Later remade in "Hot Ice"...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #113: The Ghost Talks (1949)

 The Stooges are movers from A to Z Express Co. assigned in Smorgasbord Castle where they learn the
legend of Peeping Tom, accused of peeping...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #114: Who Done It? (1949)

 Detective Stooges are hired to protect Councilman Goodrich from the evil Phantom Gang.
Later remade in "For Crimin Out Loud" (1956).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe) Shot #115: Hokus Pokus (1949)

 The Stooges get hypnotized by the great Svengarlic and bust an insurance scam.
Later remade in "Flagpole Jitters" (1956).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe)Short #116: Fuelin' Around (1949)

 Larry, mistaken for a famous professor, is kidnapped by foreign spies eager to learn the formula for a new secret
rocket fuel. Later remade in...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): #117:  Malice in the Palace (1949)

 The Stooges are waiters in the Middle East looking for a hundred carat diamond in the ancient tomb of
King Rutentuten.
Remade in "Rumpus in...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe):Short #118 : Vagabond Loafers (1949)

 Norfleet Mansion is seriously plagued with leaky pipes, and so the butler summons Day and Nite Plumbers.
Moe, Larry and Shemp reroute the plumbing and...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Dunked in the Deep (1949)
The Stooges foil a spy carrying secret microfilm in watermelons. Debut of Stooge supporting actor Gene Roth.
Remade in "Commotion In The Ocean" (1956).
 

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Jerks of All Trades - 3 stooges Pilot never aired part 1 (Filmed 12-Oct-1949)(Unaired ABC TV Pilot)

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Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Punchy Cowpunchers (1950)
The Stooges are in the U.S. Cavalry in the Old West. They are sent undercover to the Red Dog Saloon to capture the killer...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe):Short #121: Hugs and Mugs (1950)

 Three conniving women try to woo the Stooges out of a priceless necklace also pursued by mobsters.
Debut of Stooge supporting actress Nanette Bordeaux.

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Dopey Dicks (1950)
The Stooges encounter a mad scientist seeking a human head for his mechanical man.

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe):Short #123: Love at First Bite (1950)

 The Stooges are getting married and recount how they met their brides to be.
Remade with Joe Besser in "Fifi Blows Her Top" (1958).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #124: Self-Made Maids (1950)

 The Stooges play both themselves and the part of their loved ones Lorraine, Moella and Shempetta. Father of
the "girls" also played by Moe.

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #125: Three Hams on Rye (1950)

 The Stooges are struggling actors who encounter 3 showgirls and make the big time.

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe):Studio #126: Studio Stoops (1950)

 Working at a motion picture studio, the Stooges get a great idea for a publicity stunt their newest starlet
will disappear. But when some...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Slaphappy Sleuths (1950)
The Onion Oil Company is in deep financial trouble. Many of their gasoline stations have been held up by a
gang of organized mobsters. To...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #128: A Snitch in Time (1950)

 Furniture makers Moe, Larry and Shemp promise to decorate the boarding house run by Miss Scudder, a customer
Moe is sweet on. But they dont...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #129Three Arabian Nuts (1951)

 The Stooges run a storage company, and two cutthroats will do anything to get their hands on an item that
came in for a collector....

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #130: Baby Sitters Jitters (1951)

 The Stooges become baby sitters to avoid eviction.

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Don't Throw That Knife (1951)
The Stooges are census takers and meet up with a jealous prestidigitating husband.

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Scrambled Brains (1951)
Shemp suffers from hallucinations which lead him to his own wedding. Classic Stooge scene in the
telephone booth.

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe):Short #133: Merry Mavericks (1951)

 The Stooges are wanted for vagrancy and head out west with cowboys and gunfire.

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe) Short #134 : The Tooth Will Out (1951)

 The Stooges become dentists. Last Stooge short for actor Dick Curtis.

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #135: Hula-la-la (1951)

 A motion picture studio buys a South Seas Island, and sends the Stooges there to teach the natives to dance.
But no one said anything...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #136 : Pest Man Wins (1951)

 The Stooges are exterminators who drum up business by supplying the insects and mice.
Remake of Stooges short "Ants in the Pantry" (1936).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): A Missed Fortune (1952)

 Shemp works on a slogan contest that could win him $10,000.
Remake of Stooge short "Healthy, Wealthy & Dumb" (1938).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #138 : Listen, Judge (1952)

 The Stooges are repairmen who wind up in court on a vagrancy charge. They are released on lack of evidence and
are soon hired to...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #139: Corny Casanovas (1952)

The Stooges each try proposing to the same girl, Mabel. The boys soon find that each Stooge has been double
crossing each other and a...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): He Cooked His Goose (1952)

 Larry becomes a philanderer in love with both Shemps fiance Millie and Moes wife Belle.
First appearance by Stooge supporting actress Diana Darrin.
Remade with...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Gents in a Jam (1952)
Shemp is heir to his uncle Phineas million dollar fortune. Last Stooge short directed by Ed Bernds.

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #142: Three Dark Horses (1952)

 A crooked campaign manager recruits the Stooges as delegates "Who are too dumb to think and wholl do
what we tell them."

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Cuckoo on a Choo Choo (1952)
A satirization of the Oscar winning film "A Street Car Named Desire" (1951). Larry mimics Brando in the
story which takes place on a railroad...


Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Up in Daisy's Penthouse (1953)
The Stooges are sent by their mother to stop their rich fathers plan to remarry.
Shemp plays dual role as Shemp and Father.
Remake of...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #145: Booty and the Beast (1953)

The Stooges are tricked into cracking a safe for a crooked lawyer.
Remake of Stooge short "Hold That Lion" (1947).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #146: Loose Loot (1953)

  The Stooges chase down a crooked investment broker who stole their inheritance.
Portions of Stooge short "Hold That Lion" (1947) used in this short.

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Tricky Dicks (1953)
The Stooges are police detectives involved in solving the murder case of who killed slug Magurk.

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Spooks! (1953)

Three Stooges Spooks in 3D part 1 of 2

Three Stooges Spooks in 3D part 2 of 2
The Stooges are detectives who encounter a mad doctor planning to do a brain transplant on a damsel-in-distress.
First Stooge short in 3-D.

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Pardon My Backfire (1953)
It has been 10 years since the Boys proposed to Betty, Hettie and Nettie and the girls father insists the wedding occur soon or...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #150: Rip, Sew and Stitch (1953)

 The Stooges hunt for bank robber "Slippery Fingers" Hargen. Remake of Stooge short "Sing a Song of Six Pants" (1947).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Bubble Trouble (1953)
The Stooges are pharmacists. They invent a fountain of youth vitamin that turns an old lady into a beautiful young girl.
Remake of Stooge short...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Goof on the Roof (1953)
The Stooges help their pal install his new TV and antenna. This was Clyde Bruckmans final script for the Stooges.

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Income Tax Sappy (1954)

 The Stooges cheat on their income taxes and get nabbed by the IRS.

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Musty Musketeers (1954)
The Stooges are court fiddlers to the king and seek to marry Tillyeth, Millyeth and Lillyeth.
Remake of Stooges short "Fiddlers Three" (1948).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #155: Pals and Gals (1954)

 In the Old West, Nell enlists the Stooges to help free her sisters from the evil Doc Barker.
Remake of Stooge short "Out West" (1947)...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Knutzy Knights (1954)
The Stooges are troubadours who help the princess and Cedric the blacksmith unite in love and save the kingdom.
Remake of "Squareheads of the Round...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Shot #157: Shot in the Frontier (1954)

 Parody of Stanley Kramers Western classic "High Noon" (1952). The Stooges are newlyweds out West and the
villainous Noonan boys are arriving on the noon...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Scotched in Scotland (1954)
The Stooges are sent as detectives to Spooky Glenheather Castle in Scotland.
Remake of Stooge short "The Hot Scots" (1948).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Fling in the Ring (1955)
The Stooges manage a fighter, Chappel Kane, and are told by gangsters that he better lose the fight against
Gorilla Watson or the Stooges will...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe) Short #160: Of Cash and Hash (1955)

 The Stooges find themselves in the middle of a gun battle after robbers knock off an armored car.
Remake of Stooge short "Shivering Sherlocks" (1948).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #161: Gypped in the Penthouse (1955)

 The Stooges share each others frustration with women.

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe):Short #162: Bedlam in Paradise (1955)

 Shemp can ony get to heaven if he can reform Larry and Moe. Remake of Stooge short "Heavenly Daze" (1948).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #163: Stone Age Romeos (1955)

 The Stooges are told they will be paid $50,000 if they find evidence that cavemen existed.
Remake of Stooge short "Im A Monkeys Uncle" (1948).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Wham-Bam-Slam! (1955)

 Shemp is ill and Larry recommends to use his friend Claude A. Quacker to cure Shemps nerves.
Remake of Stooge short "Pardon my Clutch" (1948).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #165: Hot Ice (1955)

 The Stooges are detectives looking for the Punjab Diamond.
Remake of Stooge short "Crime On Their Hands" (1948).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #166: Blunder Boys (1955)

 A spoof on the "Dragnet" television series features Moe as Detective Halliday, Larry as Detective Tarraday
and Shemp as St. Patricks Day. The Boys disguise...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Short #167: Husbands Beware (1956)

  Moe and Larry marry Shemps sisters.
Remake of Stooge short "Brideless Groom" (1947).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe):Short #168: Creeps (1956)

 The Stooges tell a bedtime story in which the spirit of a ghostly knight waits in a castle for Lady Godiva.
Remake of Stooge short...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Flagpole Jitters (1956)

 The Stooges are hypnotized by the Great Svengarlic.
Remake of Stooge short "Hokus Pokus" (1949).

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): For Crimin' Out Loud (1956)
Detective Stooges are hired to solve a crime.
Remake of Stooge short "Who Done It?" (1949).
Shemps last film as he died November 22, 1955...

Three Stooges (Shemp, Larry & Moe): Rumpus in the Harem (1956)
The Boys try to save a girl from being sold to a Sultan.
Remake of Stooge short "Malice In The Palace" (1949) using that footage...

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & No Shemp): Short #172 : Hot Stuff (1956)

 The Stooges are spies working for Uranias Department of Inferior.
The second Stooge short remade from a previous short after Shemps death. Uses footage from...

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & No Shemp): Short #173: Scheming Schemers (1956)

 The Stooges are plumbers assigned to retrieve an expensive ring that is lost in the bathroom basin.
Third Stooge short filmed without Shemp who had...

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & No Shemp): Commotion on the Ocean (1956)
Fourth and last Shempless Shemp Stooge short made after his death on November 22, 1955. The Stooges are
reporters chasing a spy who has stolen...


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Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & Joe Besser): Rusty Romeos (1957)
The Stooges each try proposing to the same girl. Remake of Stooge short "Corny Casanovas" (1952).

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & Joe Besser): Outer Space Jitters (1957)
The Stooges travel by rocket ship to the planet Sunev and discover aliens.

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & Joe Besser): Hoofs and Goofs (1957)
Sister Bertie is reincarnated as a talking horse. First Stooge short for Joe Besser replacing Shemp. Note that
Joe does not receive any physical slapstick...

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & Joe Besser): Muscle Up a Little Closer (1957)
Joes girlfriend discovers her diamond ring is missing. First Stooge short in which Larry does not frizz his hair
and Moe combs his bangs back...

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & Joe Besser): A Merry Mix-Up (1957)
Three sets of triplets, who have lost touch with each other, show up at a restaurant and confound their girlfriends.

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & Joe Besser): Space Ship Sappy (1957)
The Stooges travel by rocket ship to the Moon and encounter women cannibals and a giant reptile.

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & Joe Besser): Guns A Poppin! (1957)
Moe suffers a nervous breakdown and travels to the country with Larry and Joe for peace and quiet rest
in a cabin. Remake of Stooge...

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & Joe Besser): Short #180:  Horsing Around (1957)

 Sequel to Joe Bessers first Stooge short "Hoofs And Goofs" (1957), in which Joes sister Bertie is reincarnated
as a talking horse.

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & Joe Besser): Quiz Whizz (1958)
Joe wins a $15,000 jackpot and the Boys find hes invested the money in Consolidated Fujiyama
California Smog Bags.

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & Joe Besser): Fifi Blows Her Top (1958)
Joe frets about his long-lost love Fifi, and the Boys reminisce about long-lost loves.
Remake of Stooge short "Love At First Bite" (1950).

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & Joe Besser): Pies and Guys (1958)
The Stooges are the subject of a bet over whether heredity or environment molds gentlemen.
Remake of Stooge short "Half-Wits Holiday" (1947).

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & Joe Besser): Sweet and Hot (1958)
The Stooges try to get Tiny the farm girl to overcome her stage fright.

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & Joe Besser): Flying Saucer Daffy (1958)(16 min)
The Stooges try to cash in on a phony photo of a flying saucer.
Although 3 other shorts were released later, this is the last Stooge short actually filmed at
Columbia Pictures in December, 1957. On the last day of shooting the film, December 20, 1957,
Columbia advised the Boys that their contract was terminated. Thus, the Three Stooges 24 consecutive
years at Columbia came to an abrupt end

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & Joe Besser): Oil's Well That Ends Well (1958)
The Stooges strike oil.
Remake of Stooge short "Oily To Bed, Oily To Rise" (1939).

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & Joe Besser): Triple Crossed (1958)
Larrys a philanderer in love with Joes fiance and Moes wife.
Remake of Stooge short "He Cooked His Goose" (1952).

Three Stooges (Larry, Moe & Joe Besser): Short #190: Sappy Bullfighters (1958)(15 min)

 The Stooges get jobs in a bull ring and Joe has to fight the bull.
Remake of Stooge short "Whats The Matador" (1942).
Last Stooge short released by Columbia Pictures featuring The Three Stooges.

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Three Stooges (Larry,  Moe & Curly Joe DeRita): Have Rocket Will Travel (1959) (full length feature film)

 The Stooges travel by accident to Venus and encounter a monster and a mad robot.
First appearance as a Stooge for Curly-Joe DeRita, replacing Joe...


Three Stooges: Stop! Look! and Laugh! (1961) (compilation movie)

 Combination of segments from eleven Stooge shorts from Columbia. This film caused a lawsuit to be filed by
the Three Stooges against Columbia Pictures when...

Three Stooges: Snow White and The Three Stooges (1961)
Story based on the famous Snow White fairy tale. Second feature made by the Stooges for Fox, the first being
"Soup To Nuts" (1930) 31...


The Three Stooges Meet Hercules (1962)
The Stooges travel by time machine back to ancient Greece to encounter Hercules. The most successful Three
Stooges film financially. It grossed $2,000,000 in its...

The Three Stooges in Orbit (1962)
The Stooges save humanity from invasion by the martians. Actor Don Lamond was Larrys son-in-law. Norman Maurer
was Moes son-in-law.

The Three Stooges Go Around the World in a Daze (1963)

The Three Stooges Go Around The World In A Daze - Original Trailer 1963

 Parody of Jules Vernes "Around The World In Eighty Days." The Stooges help Phineas Fogg III get around the
world in eighty days. Actor Don...

Three Stooges: The Outlaws is Coming (1965)
The Stooges travel out West as 3 bumbling printers to investigate the slaughter of Buffalos in the Wild West.
Last major Hollywood feature film for...

Three Stooges: Kook's Tour (1970)
Never "officially" released or broadcast. Story documents a 5-week Stooge vacation in the wilderness
of Idaho and Wyoming with the "Retired" Stooges. Last film for...

The Three Stooges Movie (2000) Produced by  Mel Gibson

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