The Three Stooges

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    There are 24 replies in this Thread. The last Post () by chester7777.

    • Re: Screen Legends- The Three Stooges

      Im like one of the above and have been collecting the DvDs covering approx 2 years. I have 3-4 or so of them but will stop getting them after Shemp takes over Curlys place. Most of the ones Shemp did were only remakes of some Curly episodes. The latest set I bought has the Red cover and I got them at wally-worlds for $10 bucks per.
      Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..
    • Re: Screen Legends- The Three Stooges

      Lt. Brannigan wrote:

      But Shemp is the most hilarious stooge! In fact he is the original Third Stooge.



      Shemp was good but-- "Babe" will always be my favorite. To me this is like comparing Apples to Oranges kinda thing. I know Shemp was the original 3rd (under Ted Healy) but he aint Curly ;-)) Nyuk nyuk nyuk.
      Es Ist Verboten Mit Gefangenen In Einzelhaft Zu Sprechen..
    • Re: Screen Legends- The Three Stooges

      The Ringo Kid wrote:

      Shemp was good but-- "Babe" will always be my favorite. To me this is like comparing Apples to Oranges kinda thing. I know Shemp was the original 3rd (under Ted Healy) but he aint Curly ;-)) Nyuk nyuk nyuk.


      Well how about this? Shemp was the only stooge man enough to square off with both John Wayne and Abbott & Costello. No other stooge can claim that.
    • Re: Screen Legends- The Three Stooges

      Plus ol Shemp took some knocks from Lon Chaney Jr. in San Antonio Rose. They were a "team" in the film, and it appeared Universal may have been gearing up to make more films with the two.
    • Re: Screen Legends- The Three Stooges

      The Ringo Kid wrote:

      Shemp was good but-- "Babe" will always be my favorite. To me this is like comparing Apples to Oranges kinda thing. I know Shemp was the original 3rd (under Ted Healy) but he aint Curly ;-)) Nyuk nyuk nyuk.


      I will have to side with the Ringo Kid, Curly, to me, has always been my favorite. As a youth in high school the first hour after school was spent watching a local TV station with a couple of the shorts in that hour.
      Watching these Three Stooges are still one of my fond memory's of that period.
      As I mentioned in another thread, we went to see the "new" Three Stooges movie last week, and really enjoyed it.

      Chester :newyear: