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'Would you fight for this great Republic, and..." "Republican?! Naw, I'm a Democrat!" "Not me!! I'm a pedestrian!" - Edward LeSaint, Moe and Curly (HALF SHOT SHOOTERS, 1936)

Cast Member : Mary Ainslee

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 Born  1915-10-12
Norfolk, VA
(Florence Steigler)
 Died  1991-11-01
New York, NY

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Acting Credits

  Released Film or Short Title Featuring Role
1.  1941-07-11 I'LL NEVER HEIL AGAIN Moe, Larry and Curly Princess Gilda
2.  1941-07-11 I'LL NEVER HEIL AGAIN Moe, Larry and Curly Voice on telephone
3.  1941-10-16 IN THE SWEET PIE AND PIE Moe, Larry and Curly Taska Jones
4.  1941-12-04 SOME MORE OF SAMOA Moe, Larry and Curly Nurse
5.  1949-05-05 HOKUS POKUS Moe, Larry and Shemp Mary
6.  1951-12-06 PEST MAN WINS Moe, Larry and Shemp Party guest
7.  1952-07-03 HE COOKED HIS GOOSE Moe, Larry and Shemp Belle
8.  1956-04-05 FLAGPOLE JITTERS Moe, Larry and Shemp Mary
9.  1959-02-02 TRIPLE CROSSED Moe, Larry and Joe Belle
10.  1959-09-01 THREE STOOGES FUN-O-RAMA Moe, Larry and Joe archive footage
11.  1997-05-15 THE THREE STOOGES GREATEST HITS Miscellaneous Appearances archive footage
12.  2003-04-29 THE THREE STOOGES 75th ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL Miscellaneous Appearances archive footage
13.  2015-05-01 HEY MOE! HEY DAD! Miscellaneous Appearances archive footage

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