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ThreeStooges.net is the home of The Three Stooges Online Filmography, a complete film history of the funniest guys that ever appeared in motion pictures!

The Three Stooges have been cracking up millions with their antics for 87 years. From their start in films with Ted Healy in the early 1930's, through their glory days with Columbia, to their own feature films in the 1960's - the Stooges film career spanned over forty years, and they're still just as popular today! We have every film appearance the Three Stooges - all six of them! - ever made, including their solo appearances.

There are 989 short subjects, feature films and other media that had one or more of the Stooges appearing in the cast. Here is a breakdown of the filmography, by "Stooge Team":

The Three Stooges Online Filmography

Stooge Team Dates Shorts Films Other TV Total
Ted Healy and His Stooges (THS) 1930 - 1934 7 10 3 5 25
Moe, Larry and Curly (MLC) 1934 - 1947 109 9 1 2 121
Moe, Larry and Shemp (MLS) 1947 - 1956 77 3 1 18 99
Moe, Larry and Joe (MLJ) 1957 - 1959 16 1 0 1 18
The Columbia Shorts (Total): 1934-1959 190  
Moe, Larry and Curly Joe (MLD) 1959 - 1970 2 8 44 45 99
Moe Howard (Solo) (SMH) 1933 - 1973 2 4 1 13 20
Curly Howard (Solo) (SCH) 1934 1 0 0 0 1
Shemp Howard (Solo) (SSH) 1933 - 1949 55 48 1 2 106
Ted Healy and Larry Fine (Solo) (STH_SLF) 1933 0 1 0 0 1
Joe Besser (Solo) (SJB) 1938 - 1976 13 28 0 303 344
Joe DeRita (Solo) (SJD) 1943 - 1958 4 8 0 10 22
Ted Healy (Solo) (STH) 1926 - 1938 5 25 2 11 43
Moe Howard and Curly Howard (Solo) (SMH_SCH) 1933 - 1934 1 1 0 0 2
Shemp Howard and Joe Besser (Solo) (SSH_SJB) 1949 0 1 0 0 1
Larry Fine (Solo) (SLF) 1973 - 1974 0 0 0 6 6
Miscellaneous Appearances (MISC) Any 1 5 8 66 80
Ted Healy and Curly Howard (Solo) (STH_SCH) 1934 0 1 0 0 1
Totals: 293 153 61 482 989

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Featuring
Ted Healy and His Stooges
Release Date
1933-08-26
Studio
MGM
Production Type
Short Subject
Duration
20.4 min.
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BEER AND PRETZELS

Healy and the Stooges are thrown out of the Happy Hour Theatre because of Ted's woman chasing. He promises to straighten out and give up women, but his promise doesn't last very long. The boys take jobs as waiters at a posh nightclub restaurant, but spend more time enjoying the floor show than tending to the patrons.

Many of the Stooges' waiter scenes were reworked for the Monogram feature film SWING PARADE OF 1946 (1946), and their Columbia short LOCO BOY MAKES GOOD (1942).

The singing bartenders were The Three Ambassadors (Jack Smith, Martin Sperzel, Al Teeter), vocalists for the Gus Arnheim Orchestra at the Cocoanut Grove, in Hollywood's Ambassador Hotel. Jack Smith (middle bartender) went on to a successful radio singing career, and host of television's YOU ASKED FOR IT in the late 1950s; also a character actor, he played himself in a two-part episode of HAPPY DAYS in 1975. Martin Sperzel (bartender on viewers' left) became a member of The Sportsmen Quartet, costars of radio's and television's THE JACK BENNY PROGRAM from the mid-1940s to the late 1950s. Al Teeter went on to a long career in the Disney Studio's musical department.


Cast Members: Ted Healy (Ted) · Moe Howard (Moe) · Larry Fine (Larry) · Jerry Howard (Curly) · Bonnie Bonnell (Bonny Latour) · Edward Brophy (Theater manager) · Fred Malatesta (Restaurant manager) · Martin Sperzel (Singing bartender) · Jack Smith (Singing bartender) · Al Teeter (Singing bartender) · Unidentified (Floorshow MC) · Unidentified (Moe's customer) · Unidentified (Dance trio) · Unidentified (Customer with $5) · Unidentified (Spilled salt customer) · Unidentified (Policewoman)

Production Crew: Jack Cummings (Director) · Ted Healy (Story) · Matty Brooks (Story and Screenplay) · Al Goodhart (Music) · Gus Kahn (Lyrics)

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Moe, Larry, and Shemp are furniture makers, and Miss Scudder, a customer Moe's sweet on, calls up and wants them to move some new furniture into her house because new boarders are arriving. At her house the Stooges commit a series of blunders before discovering that the boarders are jewel thieves and a wild chase ensues. Will the police arrive in time?


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