Not sure why I can't create a new topic in here, but nevertheless, for those in Boston/NE:http://tv38.com/stooges/
New Years Eve Marathon starting at 8 PM.
Ring in 2008 with the Wide World of Stooges New Year's Eve Marathon on TV38. To commemorate the unbelievable year of Boston sports, we're bringing to you 5 hours of sports-themed Stooge action. Hosted by Dan and Dave Andelman, it truly will be a wide world of sports stupidity with Larry, Moe and Curly taking to the golf course, boxing ring, football field and so much more. If not for the Miami Dolphins season, it would be the biggest display of moronic competition of 2007.
See what shorts we have in store for you:
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. Episode features Lucille Ball.
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.
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, who is promptly kidnapped. Features first "triple slap" in a Columbia Stooge short.
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 in the ring. Remade with Joe Besser in "Sappy Bull Fighters" (1958).
Calling All Curs (1939)
Mrs. Bedford's prize poodle is dognapped from the Stooges' animal hospital, and they must get the poodle back.
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 film in which the Stooges were officially called "The Three Stooges;" and only Stooge film actually written by the Stooges themselves.
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 Jamison).
Grip, Grunts and Groans (1937)
Fighter Ivan Bustoff takes a liking to the Stooges, so they are hired by the champ's manager to keep Bustoff out of trouble. When they accidentally knock Bustoff cold, Curly has to take his place in the ring.
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 short marks the return of Shemp. Remade in "Fling in the Ring" (1955).
Playing the Ponies (1937)
The Stooges make what they think is a good swap – their restaurant for a rundown race horse.
Even as IOU (1942)
The Stooges decide to make a worthwhile investment of a little girl's savings – betting on the races. At the track, Curly meets up with a talking horse.
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.
No Census, No Feeling (1940)
The Stooges' new jobs have them taking the census, from an afternoon society party to a local football game.