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Stooges DVD/VHS/Home Video / Re: SOUP TO NUTS/SNOW WHITE, 4/3/12
« on: February 27, 2012, 10:23:58 AM »
It would have been wonderful if they had put together all their movie trailers as an extra!

General Discussion / 3 Stooges plus Hanna-Barbera!
« on: February 27, 2012, 10:15:52 AM »
[pie]For you audio 3 Stooges fans, how great is it to have Yogi Bear & the 3 Stooges meet the Mad, Mad, Mad Dr. No No on Youtube! I never knew that it was the "real" 3 Stooges on that album until now. The great resource book, Hollywood on Record, didn't even list that on their 3 Stooges discography! What we need is more Three Stooges on CD. >:D

 [3stooges]You threw up the wrong answer, Vomit! Nevertheless, you are a brave Stooges fan for taking a stab at it. Pardon my Backfire was not released on 3D in Super 8mm in the 1970's. I guess I'll have to give the answer out soon as it doesn't look like anyone will get it.

General Discussion / Stooges 3D feature
« on: July 24, 2011, 06:36:19 PM »
Do you think it would be a good idea to covert a Three Stooges feature length film into 3D?

Looks like you're the only brave one to attempt an answer MR77100! You have three numbers correct in your guess! 3 out of 4 ain't bad! Not to confuse anyone though in saying your correct #'s are in order. I'll give more clues if someone else takes a stab at it.  [pie]

Quiz Corner / Re: Name That Movie!
« on: May 28, 2011, 11:03:29 PM »
This is a tough question Boidbrain! No wonder there hasn't been any attempt at an answer. The key is Neville Brand. I know he started in films around 1950 and I believe Ward Bond's last films were in the 1950's. It seems to me that there was a 1950 film with both James Cagney and Ward Bond, but I don't remember Neville in it. Well anyway, was it Kiss Tommorow Goodbye? [pie]

I know the Three Stooges experts are pretty smart here, but can you do more than take an educated guess with this one? ???

General Discussion / Re: Three Stooges & Folk/Fairy Tales
« on: May 22, 2011, 05:50:59 PM »
Thanks for your very informative reply BeAStooge! I saw there were TV episode adaptions of Goldilocks; Red Riding Hood; and others. It was also interesting to see that they met a character, Count Dunkula" in 2 different episodes. As for the recordings(why aren't more of them rated?) there was also adaptions of, The Ugly Duckling; Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp. :o

General Discussion / Three Stooges & Folk/Fairy Tales
« on: May 20, 2011, 02:17:08 PM »
With the recent popularity of folk & fairy tales on the big screen: Red Riding Hood; Hoodwinked 2; Hansel and Gretel(2 versions comming up); Snow White and the Huntress, etc., it is time to bring attention to the Three Stooges and their connection to folk and fairy tales. First and most well known is the feature, Snow White and the Three Stooges. Then there is the 33 1/3 rpm recording put out by Peter Pan, The 3 Stooges Meet Cinderella. Lesser known are the 2 episodes of, The New 3 Stooges: Boobs in the Woods(aka Stooges in the Woods)- an adaption of Hansel and Gretel; Three Jacks and a Beanstalk. Did I miss any? As far as the Three Stooges connection to Hansel and Gretel, it is not mentioned anywhere on the internet(except for here and now)and  it should be. I put it on Wikipedia and later someone removed it. Maybe they didn't like the Stooges! :police:

I think the movie is still in pretty good shape so it might not matter what version on DVD you get. Just saw the other day at KMart a boxed set of A&C that included their show, The Colgate Comedy Hour(3 or 4 eps.), Jack and the Beanstalk, and Lou on, This Is Your Life, and it was only $5! :police:

The dog, King, from Sgt. Preston of the Yukon! [pie]

Not only did I see "Quiz Whiz" the least amount of times, I've never even watched it in it's entirety! Great to know if it's on this website, those of us with "dial-ups" can watch it! So far only 3 websites with big movie  collections use Realplayer. Why aren't there more? ???

General Discussion / Re: Joe Besser: 1912? - 1988
« on: May 16, 2011, 06:40:19 PM »
I came across his birthdate of 1907 while trying to identify one of his short films on IMDb. What I really needed was a photo from the film, which this site thankfully has. It was on WPIX TV Sunday night and I had missed the opening credits. Being a big Stooges fan yet always missing the Besser shorts bothered me so it was important to identify that short! It was "Quiz Whiz", and very enjoyable viewing. [3stooges]

General Discussion / Re: Charlie Chaplin 122nd birthday
« on: May 16, 2011, 06:31:54 PM »
As far as his films go, I would love to see, His Prehistoric Past. This was a spoof of D.W. Griffith's short, Man's Genesis, which has since been pretty much overlooked. Is Chaplin's voice only heard on one audio recording(Hollywood Party, a record album released by Pelican)? :police:

General Discussion / Re: Red Skelton Fans
« on: May 16, 2011, 06:22:05 PM »
Another fan here! There certainly isn't a shortage of RS DVD's out there. I'm proud to say that I watched first run episodes of his show which was #1 on my TV favorite list. Glad that he later teamed up with Bob Hope and this was featured on one of Hope's TV specials and put on VHS video, A Bob Hope Christmas. Did you know he recorded 2 albums? (1) Red Skelton Conducts[Liberty 3425/7425] and (2) Music from the Heart [Liberty 3477/7477]. Too bad he didn't make any more movies after 1965. I was pretty sure I read in Variety that he was planning to make a nature/animal film in the 1970's but for some reason dropped out. It might have been, Baker's Hawk. Have never read anything to verify this, though.

Questions and Answers / Re: A Stooge Radiography?
« on: November 13, 2010, 07:16:45 PM »
It's a shame the Stooges as a team didn't do any radio shows(they would have been perfect on the quiz show, It Pays to be Ignorant). Or maybe they did, but the shows have been lost. In any event they did make a number of recordings, at least 8 albums and one 45rpm record. Laurel and Hardy weren't in radio much, but the 2 episodes that did survive are better than nothing.

Youtube and Google Videos / Re: DeRita Radio Interview
« on: August 30, 2009, 05:09:37 PM »
You should add this info to the Internet Movie Database(IMDb) on the left side of Joe DeRita's home page under "other works". So far there isn't anything listed there that was unique to Curly Joe, so that would be a great addition!

Thanks for your reply Be-a-Stooge, I didn't know about  Larry and episode #121. His voice should be easy to identify. Anyway, glad to know there are real 3 Stooges experts on this site.

Did you know that Moe supplied additional character voices in The New 3 Stooges cartoons? Watch "A Flycycle Built for Two" on Youtube and pay particular attention to the voice of Orville Wright.

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