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And yes, as far as the features were concerned, ALL of the Curly Joe films were released to VHS as well.
Glad to know I'm not the only who likes Admiral Halsey/Uncle Albert."Be a gypsy, get around, get around. Get your feet up off the ground, live a little, get around!"
Tony, I held onto my GOOF ON THE ROOF VHS for the very reason you mentioned.There's even a few "Fake Shemp" shorts in that Goodtimes lot, and interestingly two of them in the volume 1 set, at that! I imagine that Columbia sub-licensed these (mostly) lesser Shemp Howard featured 3 Stooges shorts to them for peanuts? However, I suppose that even Goodtimes had no love for poor Joe Besser!
As for the Goodtimes sets, which came out in 1990.
Vol. 1 Loose Loot, Rumpus in the Harem, Scheming Schemers
Vol. 2 Husbands Beware, Musty Musketeers, Wham-Bam-Slam!
Vol. 3 Cuckoo on a Choo Choo, Love at First Bite, Shot in the Frontier
Vol. 4 Baby Sitters Jitters, Don't Throw That Knife, He Cooked His Goose
Vol. 5 Income Tax Sappy, Spooks!, Three Hams on Rye
Above is a link to the VHS videography.