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"My sister was engaged to a guy with a wooden leg, but she broke it off." "The engagement?" "Nah, the leg." - Larry & Moe (TRICKY DICKS, 1953)

Cast Member : Dorothy Vernon

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 Born  1875-11-11
 Died  1970-10-28
Granada Hills, CA
Her son was silent film actor Bobby Vernon (d. 1939)

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Acting Credits

  Released Film or Short Title Featuring Role
1.  1934-05-05 WOMAN HATERS Moe, Larry and Curly Mary's mother
2.  1934-06-15 OPERATOR 13 Ted Healy and Curly Howard (Solo) Washington townswoman
3.  1939-11-24 GLOVE SLINGERS Shemp Howard (Solo) Spectator
4.  1940-11-29 THE BANK DICK Shemp Howard (Solo) Townswoman
5.  1941-07-01 CRACKED NUTS Shemp Howard (Solo) Woman at radio show
6.  1941-08-22 AN ACHE IN EVERY STAKE Moe, Larry and Curly Ice customer
7.  1942-01-08 LOCO BOY MAKES GOOD Moe, Larry and Curly Nightclub patron
8.  1942-07-30 THREE SMART SAPS Moe, Larry and Curly Ma Stevens
9.  1943-10-01 THANK YOUR LUCKY STARS Joe DeRita (Solo) Bus passenger
10.  1945-03-17 BOOBY DUPES Moe, Larry and Curly Fish customer
11.  1945-08-30 IF A BODY MEETS A BODY Moe, Larry and Curly Link relative
12.  1997-05-15 THE THREE STOOGES GREATEST HITS Miscellaneous Appearances archive footage
13.  2015-05-01 HEY MOE! HEY DAD! Miscellaneous Appearances archive footage

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