History Film / TheThreeStooges

22nd Apr '17 3:29:49 PM Golondrina
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** ''The Robonic Stooges'' (1977-78) - a series animated Creator/HannaBarbera that found Moe (Paul Winchell), Larry (David Joliffe), and Curly (FrankWelker) as crime fighting robots.

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** ''The Robonic Stooges'' (1977-78) - a series animated Creator/HannaBarbera that found Moe (Paul Winchell), Larry (David Joliffe), and Curly (FrankWelker) (Creator/FrankWelker) as crime fighting robots.
19th Apr '17 3:48:35 PM snichols1973
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* StageName: All of them. Moses Harry Horwitz became Moe Howard, Jerome Lester Horwitz became Curly Howard, Samuel Horwitz became Shemp Howard, and Louis Feinberg became Larry Fine.

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* StageName: All of them. Moses Harry Horwitz became Moe Howard, Jerome Lester Horwitz became Curly Howard, Samuel Horwitz became Shemp Howard, and Louis Feinberg became Larry Fine.Fine, Joseph Wardell became "Curly Joe" DeRita. Averted with Joe Besser, who was born Joseph Besser.
1st Apr '17 3:51:14 AM Doug86
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A [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCdZje_sTF0 movie]] was released on April 13, 2012. It was directed by the [[DumbAndDumber Farrelly Brothers]], appropriately enough. Described on the DVD as a love letter to the Stooges, the film recreates many of the trio's tropes, and adds a few more.

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A [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCdZje_sTF0 movie]] was released on April 13, 2012. It was directed by the [[DumbAndDumber [[Film/DumbAndDumber Farrelly Brothers]], appropriately enough. Described on the DVD as a love letter to the Stooges, the film recreates many of the trio's tropes, and adds a few more.
7th Mar '17 5:36:25 PM nombretomado
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* GrandeDame: A very common character in the shorts, the stuffy Society lady whose party (for example) is invaded by the Stooges and becomes the venue for a gigantic pie fight. Often played by Symona Boniface, sort of a budget studio [[MarxBrothers Margaret Dumont]].

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* GrandeDame: A very common character in the shorts, the stuffy Society lady whose party (for example) is invaded by the Stooges and becomes the venue for a gigantic pie fight. Often played by Symona Boniface, sort of a budget studio [[MarxBrothers [[Creator/MarxBrothers Margaret Dumont]].
23rd Feb '17 7:34:01 AM fruitstripegum
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* MissingTrailerScene: Kate Upton climbing out of the swimming pool in her nunkini isn't in the movie.
12th Jan '17 5:57:47 PM WillBGood
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* DisguisedInDrag: Used quite often. Especially blatant in these cases because most of the Stooges not only have very obviously male faces, but are... well, exceptionally ugly, even as men. Also, Curly, the largest Stooge, is the one who most frequently has to do this.

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* DisguisedInDrag: Used quite often. Especially blatant in these cases because most of the Stooges not only have very obviously male faces, but are... well, exceptionally ugly, goofy-looking, even as men. Also, Curly, the largest Stooge, is the one who most frequently has to do this.
12th Jan '17 11:13:13 AM Abodos
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A MadeForTVMovie biopic about the Stooges produced by Creator/MelGibson came out in 2000. While it serves in large part as an homage to their comedy style, to the point of recreating several of their shorts, it also confronts many of the not funny parts of their careers, particularly Curly's health issues.

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A MadeForTVMovie biopic about the Stooges produced by Creator/MelGibson came out in 2000. 2000 on ABC. While it serves in large part as an homage to their comedy style, to the point of recreating several of their shorts, it also confronts many of the not funny parts of their careers, particularly Curly's health issues.
12th Jan '17 11:12:47 AM Abodos
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A MadeForTVMovie biopic about the Stooges produced by Creator/MelGibson came out in 2000. While it serves in large part as an homage to their comedy style, to the point of recreating several of their shorts, it also confronts many of the not funny parts of their careers, particularly Curly's health issues.
23rd Dec '16 10:12:21 AM jonsei93
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** This was actually a large part of what made the Stooges likeable. They're all incredibly stupid jerks. But underneath it, they never have any malice towards anyone. Even their antagonists, until they start actively doing something incredibly underhanded or hurting someone helpless.

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** This was actually a large part of what made the Stooges likeable. They're all incredibly stupid jerks. But jerks (Moe just happens to be the biggest one), but underneath it, they never have display any malice towards to anyone. Even Not even toward their antagonists, until they start actively doing something incredibly underhanded or hurting someone helpless.
23rd Dec '16 7:32:12 AM TomServo
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** This was actually a large part of what made the Stooges likeable. They're all incredibly stupid jerks. But underneath it, they never have any malice towards anyone. Even their antagonists, until they start actively doing something incredibly underhanded or hurting someone helpless.
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