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(1930) Soup To Nuts [DVD]
The first screen teaming of Three Stooges Larry Fine, Moe Howard and Shemp Howard was this zany comedy written by cartoonist Rube Goldberg. When invention-mad costume shop owner Charles Winninger stands to lose his business, it's up employee Ted Healy and his fireman buddies (Larry, Moe, Shemp and silent pseudo Stooge Fred Sanborn) to save the day. With Frances McCoy, Lucile Browne, and a 6-year-old Billy Barty. Colorized version; 71 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital stereo, Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish.

(1938) Start Cheering [VHS]
All-star campus musical farce with Charles Starrett (westerns' Durango Kid) as a Hollywood matinee idol who decides to go to college in order to escape the spotlight. His managers (Walter Connolly and Jimmy Durante) try to bring him back to the studio. The Three Stooges play firemen who help the football team in a big game. With Broderick Crawford, Joan Perry, Louis Prima and His Orchestra. 80 min.

(1960) Stop! Look! And Laugh! [VHS] [DVD]
Who can help but laugh at this collection of the Three Stooges' funniest screen moments? There's clips from "Micro Phonies," "What's the Matador?," "How High Is Up?" and other shorts, sandwiched around commentary from hosts Paul Winchell, Jerry Mahoney and Knucklehead Smif. 78 min.
DVD - Standard and Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English; bonus short "A Bird in the Head".

(1961) Snow White And The Three Stooges [VHS] [DVD]
Skating, storybooks and slapstick mix when Snow White (Olympic skating star Carol Heiss) is protected from the evil Queen by hapless heroes Moe, Larry and Curly Joe in an exciting and funny fairy tale for the whole family. With Edson Stroll, Patricia Medina. 108 min.
DVD - 107 min. Standard and Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital stereo, Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish; theatrical trailer.


(1962) The Three Stooges In Orbit [VHS] [DVD]
Blast off with Moe, Larry and Curly Joe, as the boys protect inventor Emil Sitka's rocket-sub-tank weapon from a pair of scheming Martians named Ogg and Zogg, in this feature-length romp. With Edson Stroll, Carol Christensen; directed by Edward Bernds. 87 min. NOTE: This Title Is Out Of Print; Limit One Per Customer.
DVD - Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English.


(1962) The Three Stooges Meet Hercules [DVD]
Those lovable knuckleheads, Moe, Larry and Curly Joe, journey back to ancient Greece, where they become prisoners on a galley ship, have a run-in with a pair of Cyclopean brothers and meet the famous strongman. Co-stars Vicki Trickett, Quinn Redeker. 89 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English.


(1963) The Three Stooges Go Around The World In A Daze [DVD]
It's a "kook's tour" when Larry, Moe and Curly Joe help Phileas Fogg III follow in the globe-trotting footsteps of his famous great-grandfather, but can the crazy quartet make it around the world in 80 days without paying for any transportation? Feature-length farce also stars Jay Sheffield, Joan Freeman. 94 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish.


(1965) The Outlaws Is Coming [DVD]
A wacky western spoof that was the final film for the Three Stooges as a team. Conservation-minded Larry, Moe and Curly Joe head to the frontier to save the buffalo and wind up helping a newspaper editor (Adam West) and the famed Annie Oakley (Nancy Kovack) battle a passel of the prairie's toughest gunslingers (played by such TV kids' show hosts as Officer Joe Bolton, Bill "Icky Twerp" Camfield and Philly's own Sally Starr); look for Henry Gibson as an Indian. 91 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish; bonus short "Goofs and Saddles" (1937).


The Three Stooges 4-Pack [DVD]
Four-disc set includes "Kings of Laughter," a hysterical assortment of classic routines and shorts featuring Ted Healy; "Lost Comedy Treasures" showcases a variety of forgotten footage from the vaults; "Swing Parade/Jerks of All Trades" collects two vintage Stooge classics, including their 1949 TV pilot; and "Simply Hilarious" showcases the shorts "Disorder in the Court" (1936), "Brideless Groom" (1947), "Malice in the Palace" (1949), and "Sing a Song of Six Pants" (1947). 276 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.


The Three Stooges Chronicles [DVD]

The Three Stooges Collection [DVD]
Expansive five-disc set includes a selection of classic shorts from both the Curly and Shemp eras, a live episode of "Camel Comedy Caravan" featuring Moe, Larry and Shemp, episodes from the trio's 1965 cartoon series, rare comedy shorts starring individual Stooges, and much more. 330 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.


The Three Stooges Comedy Adventure [VHS]
So you think you know everything there's to know about the Three Stooges, eh? Well, spread out, you knuckleheads, because this great tribute is jammed with more information, interviews, and rare footage than ever before revealed...and that ain't just soicumstance! 55 min.


The Three Stooges Festival: 4-Pack [DVD]
Slapstick-packed four-disc set includes "The Three Stooges Festival," showcasing rare footage and TV appearances; the two-volume "Funniest Moments," featuring Moe, Larry and Curly Joe in live-action slapstick filmed for their '60s cartoon series; and "The Three Stooges Story," presenting a laugh-packed look at the history of the team. 261 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.


The Three Stooges In Color [DVD]
Four of the slap-happy team's zaniest shorts are presented in colorized form. Curly, Larry and Moe are star witnesses in a murder case in "Disorder in the Court" (1936); the Arabian romp "Malice in the Palace" (1949) finds waiters Larry, Moe and Shemp after the treasure of King Rootin' Tootin'; the boys are tailors in "Sing a Song of Six Pants" (1947); and Shemp has to get married within seven hours to inherit a fortune in "Brideless Groom" (1947). Includes both the original black-and-white versions and colorized versions. 78 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; theatrical trailers.


The Three Stooges Potpourri [VHS]
See Moe, Larry and Curly with Ted Healy in the 1932 MGM musical short "Hollywood on Parade." Shemp appears in a rare 1937 solo short, "Knife of the Party," and joins Moe and Larry in a live TV appearance on "The Ed Wynn Show" from 1950. With film trailers and a '60s TV commercial with Moe, Larry and Curly-Joe. 65 min.


The Three Stooges: 3-Pack [DVD]
Seventeen shorts include "A-Plumbing We Will Go" (1940), "Micro-Phonies" (1945), "Three Little Pigskins" (1934), "Men in Black" (1934), "Punch Drunks" (1934), "Woman Haters" (1934), "Spook Louder" (1943), "Shivering Sherlocks" (1947), "Hokus Pokus" (1949), "Mummy's Dummies" (1948), "The Ghost Talks" (1949), "Fright Night" (1947), "Grips, Grunts and Groans" (1937), "All the World's a Stooge" (1941), "3 Dumb Clucks" (1937), "Three Little Pirates" (1946), "Uncivil Warbirds" (1946), "Back to the Woods" (1937) and "Violent Is the Word for Curly" (1938). 331 min. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English, Spanish, Portuguese; Subtitles: English, Spanish, Portuguese, French.


The Three Stooges: 75th Anniversary Collector's Edition [VHS] [DVD]
Seventy-five years of eye-poking fun are chronicled on this laugh-filled collection featuring rare interviews with family and friends that give insight into the numbskulls' lives. Also included are the complete and unedited classic shorts "Disorder in the Court," "Brideless Groom," "Malice in the Palace" and "Sing a Song of Six Pants," plus the animated cartoons "Hair of the Bear," "Watts My Lion?" and "Be My Honey."
DVD -
127 min. on two discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; photo gallery; interviews; bonus cartoons; more.

The Three Stooges: All The World's A Stooge [DVD]
First, the Stooges grapple with hilarity when they step into the wrestling ring in "Grips, Grunts and Groans" (1937); and are "war orphans" in "All the World's a Stooge" (1941). Next, the guys try to talk their dad (who looks just like Curly) out of marrying a golddigger in "Three Dumb Clucks" (1937); and Moe, Larry and Curly use their classic "Maha!" ("A ha!") routine to escape an evil ruler in "Three Little Pirates" (1946). Then, they wind up on opposite sides of the war in "Uncivil War Birds" (1946); and help the Pilgrims settle the colonies in "Back to the Woods" (1937). Finally, hear the goofy trio sing in "Violent Is the Word for Curly" (1938). 124 min. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital m


The Three Stooges: All Time Favorites [VHS] [DVD]
Fans of the beloved slapstick screen trio won't want to miss this special two-tape collection of Stooge rarities. "Three Stooges Family Album" features vintage home movie footage--from the fellas on tour with Ted Healy and in London to Moe's backyard barbecues and Curly Joe's birthday party, while Moe, Larry and Shemp play "inferior decorators" in the never-aired 1949 TV pilot "Jerks of All Trades." Plus, Larry, Moe and Curly Joe "retire" from show biz and set out on a mishap-filled vacation in 1970's "Kook's Tour," a proposed pilot that proved to be the team's final appearance together. 120 min. total.
DVD - Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.


The Three Stooges: Cops And Robbers [DVD]
The prize patient of dog doctors Moe, Larry and Curly is abducted in "Calling All Curs" (1939); a dancer's murder trial rest on the boys' "expert testimony" in "Disorder in the Court" (1936); a thieving gorilla drives the Stooges ape when they're "Dizzy Detectives" (1943); as firemen, the "Flat Foot Stooges" (1938) have to fight a blaze in their own station; jewel thieves plan an operation when Shemp swallows a priceless diamond in "Crime on Their Hands" (1948); and private eyes Moe, Larry and Shemp save a wealthy client from scheming relatives in "Who Done It?" (1949). 101 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English mono, Spanish mono; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish.


The Three Stooges: Curly Classics [DVD]
First, the boys open the floodgates at a society party in "A-Plumbing We Will Go" (1940). Next, the Stooges' wreak havoc in a hospital in the Oscar-nominated "Men in Black" (1934); and Curly has to impersonate a female singer in "Micro-Phonies" (1946). Then, Curly becomes a prized pugilist in "Punch Drunks" (1934); and college football gets turned upside down in "Three Little Pigskins" (1934). Finally, this collection ends with the Stooges' first Columbia short (featuring all the dialogue in rhyme), "Woman Haters" (1934). 108 min. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, Portuguese Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Portuguese, Spanish, French.


89 [DVD]
Pitchmen Moe, Larry and Curly try selling their miracle product Brighto ("makes old bodies new") at Los Arms Hospital in "Dizzy Doctors" (1937); and the boys are exterminators accidentally hired as escorts in "Termites of 1938" (1938). Then, Shemp has a few hours to find someone to marry him or he'll lose an inheritance in "Brideless Groom" (1947); and the Stooges are inept repairmen working to fill in as kitchen "help" in "Listen, Judge" (1952). Finally, the guys think they've invented a youth serum in "Bubble Trouble" (1953); and they become frontier dentists in "The Tooth Will Out" (1951). 93 min. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, Portuguese Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: E


The Three Stooges: G.I. Stooge [DVD]
The armed forces will never be the same! First, Moe, Larry and Curly become "Boobs in Arms" (1940) after finding themselves in the Army; and the guys go "Back to the Front" (1943) as Merchant Marines who uncover a Nazi spy ring. Next, "G.I. Wanna a Home" (1946) spoofs the post-WWII housing shortage; and the boys accidentally join the French Foreign Legion in "Wee Wee Monsieur" (1938). Then, they masquerade as three Japanese soldiers in "No Dough, Boys" (1944); and become "Dizzy Pilots" (1943) after joining the Air Corps. 123 min. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital stereo, Spanish Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish.


The Three Stooges: Goofs On The Loose (B&W/Color Versions) [DVD]
It's medical mayhem at the Los Arms Hospital when the Stooges flirt with nurses, battle a babbling intercom system and make the patients lose their patience in "Men in Black" (1934). Next, they're "The Sitter-Downers" (1937) when they strike to gain the right to marry three sisters. Then, Curly turns boxing star thanks to "Pop Goes the Weasel" in "Punch Drunks" (1934); and the boys start "Playing the Ponies" (1937) when they trade in their restaurant for a washed-up racehorse. Includes both the original black-and-white and the newly colorized versions. 68 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English.


The Three Stooges: Goofs On The Loose/Stooged And Confoosed (B&W/Color Versions) (Two-Pack) [DVD]
Includes "Goofs on the Loose" and "Stooged and Confoosed." Includes both the original black-and-white and the newly colorized versions.


The Three Stooges: Greatest Hits & Rarities [DVD]
Along with the classic Columbia shorts "Brideless Groom," "Disorder in the Court," "Malice in the Palace" and "Sing a Song of Six Pants," this Stooge-a-copia also features Moe, Larry and Curly with Ted Healy in the 1933 short "Hollywood on Parade," Shemp starring in 1934's "Knife of the Party," and Moe, Larry and Shemp appearing with Ed Wynn in the 1950 TV show "Camel Comedy Caravan." 131 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; photo gallery.


The Three Stooges: Healthy, Wealthy And Dumb [DVD]
First, Curly wins a radio jingle contest in "Healthy, Wealthy and Dumb" (1938); and the classic "Niagara Falls" sketch highlights "Gents Without Cents" (1944). Next, "If a Body Meets a Body" (1943) has Curly as the heir to a fortune; and the boys are "Rockin' Through the Rockies" (1940) as silly scouts leading a group of chorus girls. Then, our heroes are mistaken for outlaws in "Phony Express" (1943); and the Stooges are frontier con men on the run from a burly trapper with his eye on Curly in "Whoops, I'm an Indian!" (1936). 106 min. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish.


The Three Stooges: Merry Mavericks [DVD]
The boys are mistaken for lawmen in "Merry Mavericks" (1951); while "Cactus Makes Perfect" (1942) finds them trying their hand at gold prospecting. Then, the fellas head "Out West" (1947) where they get mixed up with outlaws and save the heroic Arizona Kid; and the Stooges are plumbers working at a swank mansion in "Vagabond Loafers" (1949). Next, Moe, Larry and Shemp are "Dopey Dicks" (1950) dealing with a scientist who needs a brain for his robot man; and "Punchy Cowpunchers" (1950) features them reteaming with the Kid for more frontier frolics. 99 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, Portuguese Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese.


The Three Stooges: Nutty But Nice [DVD]
After selling fake duck club memberships to prominent officials, the boys have to supply their own gamebirds in "A Ducking They Did Go" (1939). Then, it's "Pygmalion" Stooge-style (times two) as educators wager that the Stooges can be turned into refined gentlemen in "Hoi Polloi" (1936) and "Half-Wits Holiday" (1947). Next, the guys attempt to become R.A.F. pilots--with disastrous results in "Higher Than A Kite" (1943); and partying is more important than battling blazes for the foolish firemen in "False Alarms" (1936). Finally, Larry, Curly and Moe are "Nutty But Nice" (1940) when they help a girl find her father. 105 min. total. Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, Portuguese Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles:


The Three Stooges: Spook Louder [DVD]
First, watch Moe, Larry and Curly as inept bodyguards who foil enemy spies in "Spook Louder" (1943); and "Mummies Dummies" (1948) finds them as used chariot salesmen in ancient Egypt. Then, the boys face a brute named Angel in "Shivering Sherlocks" (1948); and "The Ghost Talks" (1949) has the Stooges as movers scared by a haunted suit of armor. Next, the great hypnotist Svengarlic sends them out on a skyscraper in "Hokus Pokus" (1949); and Shemp, Larry and Moe are boxing managers who get into trouble with gangsters in "Fright Night" (1947). 99 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono, Portuguese Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Portuguese, Spanish.


The Three Stooges: Stooged & Confoosed (B&W/Color Versions) [DVD]
Hear Moe, Larry and Curly sing the famous "B-A-Bay" alphabet song in "Violent Is the Word for Curly" (1938). Next, the bumbling buddies spoof Hitler in "You Nazty Spy!" (1940); and "No Census, No Feeling" (1940) has the boys as census-takers. Then, the fellas try their hand at delivering ice in "An Ache in Every Stake" (1941). Includes both the original black-and-white and the newly colorized versions. 70 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English.


The Three Stooges: Stooges And The Law [DVD]
Larry and Curly plan a restful country vacation to sooth Moe's frazzled nerves, but things quickly go haywire, in "Idiots Deluxe" (1945); on the run from a cop, the fellas pose as art students in "Pop Goes the Easel" (1935); the boys are "The Three Troubledoers" (1946) in the Old West; they then try their hand at gold prospecting in "Yes, We Have No Bonanza" (1939); and "In the Sweet Pie and Pie" (1941) has a trio of heiresses marrying condemned prisoners Moe, Curly and Larry, only to be surprised when their spouses are freed. 90 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English.


The Three Stooges: Stooges At Work [DVD]
This collection features five side-splitting shorts starring Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard. First, the Stooges work as steeplejacks and find out "How High Is Up?" (1940), then the boys become silly shutterbugs in "Dutiful but Dumb" (1941) and "Crash Goes the Hash" (1944). Next, the violence-prone pals set out on a fishing adventure in "Booby Dupes" (1945), and head to Africa for a movie shoot in "Three Missing Links" (1938). 86 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English.


The Three Stooges: The Early Years [VHS]
Stooges fans won't want to miss this amazing three-tape collection of rarities featuring the comedy team. Larry, Moe and Curly star with ex-boss Ted Healy in the 1933-34 MGM shorts "Nertsery Rhymes," "Beer and Pretzels," "Plane Nuts" and "The Big Idea"; Curly appears with George Givot in "Roast Beef and Movies" (1934); and Shemp does solo work for Vitaphone in "Salt Water Daffy" (1933), "Corn on the Cop" (1934) and "His First Flame" (1935). Also includes "Disorder in the Court," "Brideless Groom," "Malice in the Palace" and "Sing a Song of Six Pants." 222 min. total on three tapes.


The Three Stooges: Three Smart Saps [DVD]
Shemp, Larry and Moe never had a friend like the genie they find in an antique lamp in "Three Arabian Nuts" (1951); next, the boys demolish a golf course in "Three Little Beers" (1935); and when their fiancees' father is framed, Larry, Moe and Curly go into jail to help him in "Three Smart Saps" (1942); then the boys enter the political arena in the slapstick satire "Three Dark Horses" (1952); and, finally, "Three Loan Wolves" (1946) finds the Stooges as pawnbrokers who wind up caring for an abandoned infant. 82 min.


The Three Stooges: Three Stooges In History [DVD]
The boys turn troubadour to help a blacksmith win a princess's hand in "Squareheads of the Round Table" (1948); In "Restless Knights" (1935), the Queen is kidnapped and her "stalwart" guards must find her; the fellas help Old King Cole find his missing daughter in "Fiddlers Three" (1948); a disguised Curly becomes the emperor's wife in Ancient Rome in "Matri-Phony" (1942); and cavemen Moe, Shemp and Larry get their clubs out to do some courting in "I'm a Monkey's Uncle" (1948). 85 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish.


Three Stooges Festival [VHS]
Three of their zaniest shorts. "Disorder in the Court" (1936) has Curly, Larry and Moe as star witnesses in a murder case. "Malice in the Palace" (1949) is a Middle Eastern farce where Shemp, Larry and Moe are out to find the treasure of the tomb of King Rootin' Tootin', and the boys are tailors in "Sing a Song of Six Pants" (1947). 52 min. total.


Three Stooges Scrapbook, Vol. 4 [VHS]
Along with the ABC-TV pilot "Goofs of the Trade" (1949), with Shemp, Larry and Moe, this tape also features the boys in the short "Brideless Groom" (1947), followed by Moe, Larry and Curly Joe as "Star Spangled Salesmen" (1968) for U.S. Savings Bonds, in a Treasury Department film that also features Milton Berle, Carol Burnett, Tim Conway and Howard Morris.


Three Stooges Scrapbook, Vol. 6 [VHS]
Four more eccentric two-reelers featuring a pre-Stooge Shemp Howard: "I Scream" (1934), "Serves You Right" (1935), "Here Comes Flossie!" (1933), and "Dizzy and Daffy" (1934), co-starring baseball greats Dizzy and Daffy Dean. All for ah-cheep-cheep-cheep!


Tales From The 3 Stooges, Vol. 1 [VHS]
Originally airing as the wrap-around segments in the Stooges' 1965-1966 animated series, these hilarious shorts find the boys riding mini-bikes around the airport, trying to take a picture of a rare bird, and wreaking havoc at a dentist's office and a hospital. Introduced by longtime Stooge associate Mousie Garner.


Tales From The 3 Stooges, Vol. 2 [VHS]
Mousie Garner hosts this collection of shorts, largely set at the beach, where Moe, Larry and Curly Joe can be seen attempting to lift a dumbbell, mixing up suntan lotion with quick-drying glue, trying their hand at painting, and causing trouble while working as waiters at a swanky yacht club. 49 min.


The Joy Of Stooge-ing [VHS]
A real collector's anthology of Three Stooges finds. See an animated Curly, the young and "handsome" Shemp, Moe going solo with nightclub comics and soitainly much more. And you thought you've seen everything the boys ever appeared in!


The Stooges: Lost And Found [VHS]
Here's the one Stoogemaniacs have been waiting for: the rarely seen pilot episode of the Three Stooges' weekly comedy series on ABC, featuring Larry, Moe and Shemp. The boys are interior decorators who turn the house they're working on topsy-turvy. Emil Sitka and Joseph Kearns (Mr. Wilson from "Dennis the Menace" fame) also appear.


The Three Stooges: Dizzy Doctors [DVD]
Pitchmen Moe, Larry and Curly try selling their miracle product Brighto ("makes old bodies new") at Los Arms Hospital in "Dizzy Doctors" (1937); and the boys are exterminators accidentally hired as escorts in "Termites of 1938" (1938). Then, Shemp has a few hours to find someone to marry him or he'll lose an inheritance in "Brideless Groom" (1947); and the Stooges are inept repairmen working to fill in as kitchen "help" in "Listen, Judge" (1952). Finally, the guys think they've invented a youth serum in "Bubble Trouble" (1953); and they become frontier dentists in "The Tooth Will Out" (1951). 93 min. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, Portuguese Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: E

Biographical Movies

50 Years With The Three Stooges [VHS]
Take a rare look into the lives and careers of Hollywood's wildest slapstick team. Scenes from films, rare footage and interviews with family, friends and co-workers trace the 50-year comedy history of Moe, Larry, Curly, Shemp, Joe and Curly Joe. A must for Stooges fans; narrated by Steve Allen. 90 min.


Biography: The Three Stooges [VHS]
Their slapstick brand of comedy entertained movie audiences for over 30 years. Learn about the Stooges' enduring popularity as you follow the careers of Moe, Larry, Curly, Shemp and company through film clips, rare outtakes and home movies, and exclusive interviews. 50 min.

Stooges: The Men Behind The Mayhem [DVD]
Knuckleheads of the world, unite for this two-disc collector's set that features an expanded version of the slaphappy comedy team's award-winning "Biography" installment. Also included are rare radio interviews and TV clips; photo galleries; the classic Stooges shorts "Disorder in the Court," "Brideless Groom," "Sing a Song of Six Pants," and "Malice in the Palace"; and more. 4 1/2 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; photo gallery; interviews; DVD-ROM content; theatrical trailers; more.

The Ed Wynn Show (The Three Stooges) [VHS]
The giggling professor of visual humor peddles through a delightful duo of his Hollywood-based CBS shows. Watch the hilarity as Ed welcomes three "network executives" (Moe, Larry and Shemp). With Victor Moore. 55 min.

Cartoons

The Three Stooges Cartoon Classics [VHS]
Woo woo woo, here's the hilarious '60s animated adventures of those lovable misfits, Moe, Larry and Curly Joe. The trio also appears in special live-action introductions, too. AKA: "The New Three Stooges."


The Three Stooges Cartoon Classics, Vol. 1 [DVD]
Woo woo woo, here's 16 hilarious '60s animated adventures of those lovable misfits, Moe, Larry and Curly Joe, including "That Little Old Bomb Maker," "Dentist the Menace," "Hold That Line," "Dizzy Doodlers," "Movie Scars," and "The Tree Nuts." The trio also appears in special live-action introductions, too. AKA: "The New Three Stooges." Standard; Soundtrack: English, Spanish; interview.

The Three Stooges Cartoon Classics, Vol. 2 [DVD]
Woo woo woo, here's 16 more hilarious '60s animated adventures of those lovable misfits, Moe, Larry and Curly Joe, including "Thru Rain, Sleet and Snow," "Who's Lion," "The Big Windbag," "Ready, Jet Set, Go." The trio also appears in special live-action introductions, too. AKA: "The New Three Stooges." 112 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English, Spanish; interview.
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(1944) Cookin' Up Trouble [VHS]
In order to stop their young charge from being taken to an orphanage, Shemp Howard, Billy Gilbert and Maxie Rosenbloom go to hilarious lengths to keep the boy in this heartwarming comedy. AKA: "Three of a Kind." 67 min.

(1944) Ghost Crazy (Crazy Knights) [VHS]
Join Shemp Howard and Billy Gilbert as carnival performers who team with wacky chauffeur Maxie Rosenbloom in a haunted mansion, where they try to save an heiress from a murder plot, in this spooky comedy. Tim Ryan, Jayne Hazard co-star. 60 min.

(1945) Trouble Chasers [VHS]
The mob tries to get into the boxing world by fixing fights, which presents trouble for Shemp Howard, Maxie Rosenbloom and Billy Gilbert and laughs for us. 60 min.

Shemp And Sitka: Hi Ho Boys! [VHS]
What a comedic combo! It's Shemp Howard and Stooges regular Emil Sitka in uproarious shorts from slapstick's finest days. "Where the Pests Begin" (1945) features Shemp as an exterminator who acts like a pest to his customers. In "Hiss and Yell," Emil, in a small part playing a drunken worker, is joined by comedienne Verra Vague. 40 min.

Sitka's Shorts [VHS]
The ever-popular Emil Sitka, known as "The Fourth Stooge," is featured in four comedy shorts from RKO. Comics Andy Clyde and Leon Errol also turn up for laughs in "Night Club Dance," "Punchy Cowpuncher," "Newlyweds Take a Chance" and "The Fresh Painter." 80 min.


The Two Joe's [VHS]
Some say Curly, some say Shemp. But how about the two Joes: Joe De Rita and Joe Besser? These underrated funnymen who played "Third Stooge" are featured in two shorts. Besser's in "Caught on the Bounce" (1952), while De Rita shines with Christine McIntyre in "Slappily Married" (1946). 40 min.

The Joe Palooka Festival [VHS]
Featured here are "Kick Me Again" (1937) and "The Choke's on You" (1936), two "Joe Palooka" Vitaphone shorts starring Robert Norton as the not-so-bright pugilist and Shemp Howard as manager Knobby Walsh. Also included is "Turkey for Terry" from 1954's "The Joe Palooka Story" TV series, with Joe Kirkwood, Jr., Luis Van Rooten and "Slapsy" Maxie Rosenbloom. 65 min.


Shemp's Night Out [VHS]
Stooge completists won't want to miss these two shorts the great Shemp Howard did for Vitaphone after leaving Larry, Moe and boss Ted Healy. Shemp co-stars with the legendary Fatty Arbuckle in "In the Dough" (1932) and "Close Relations" (1933). What a wacky night out! 40 min.


Shemp Steps In [VHS]
A rare find and a great package: four Vitaphone shorts featuring a solo Shemp Howard. Titles include "Why Pay Rent?" (1935), "A Peach of a Pair" (1934), "I Scream" (1934), and the Joe Palooka short "The Choke's on You" (1936), with Shemp as Joe's manager, Knobby Walsh. 80 min.


Mondo Shemp [VHS]
The great Shempster in some rarely seen '30s shorts from his Vitaphone days. Included are "Dizzy and Daffy" (with baseball's famed Dean Brothers), "Serves You Right," "Here Comes Flossie!" and the fireman comedy "His First Flame." 80 min.

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