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"Run lady! Yer team's gettin' all the breaks!" - Larry (VIOLENT IS THE WORD FOR CURLY, 1938)

Episode Characters

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''For Sun & Beach'' / ''Modes Modernistique'' modeCaryl LincolnSLIPPERY SILKS (1936)
''George Washington''Charles MillerMEET THE CHUMP (1941)
''It's up in the tree!'' golferHarry KeatanTHREE LITTLE BEERS (1935)
''June Bride'' / ''Modes Modernistique'' modelGail ArnoldSLIPPERY SILKS (1936)
''Killer'' ThompsonFrank RichardsI, THE JURY (1953)
''Lingerie'' model / sales clerkMary Lou DixSLIPPERY SILKS (1936)
''Reckless'' gigoloPaul EllisRECKLESS (1935)
''Reckless'' singerNina Mae McKinneyRECKLESS (1935)
''The Hunt'' modelPhyllis CranePOP GOES THE EASEL (1935)
''The Hunt'' modelLoretta AndrewsSLIPPERY SILKS (1936)
''Train'' conductorJohn TyrrellYOU NAZTY SPY! (1940)
''Traveling Ensemble'' modelUnidentified SLIPPERY SILKS 2SLIPPERY SILKS (1936)
'Aurora' dancerJeffrey SayreHOLD THAT GHOST (1941)
'Bench player' in football movieClifton YoungSTART CHEERING (1938)
'Blind' manGeorge GraySO LONG MR. CHUMPS (1941)
'Bubbles Rothschild'Pat DahlERRAND BOY, THE (1961)
'Call-'Em-Wrong' JonesRoscoe AtesDIZZY & DAFFY (1934)
'Chappy,' nightclub patronBert HowardTIME OUT FOR RHYTHM (1941)
'Dingy' BellMickey RooneyIT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (1963)
'Fake Shemp'Joe PalmaRUMPUS IN THE HAREM (1956)
'Fake Shemp'Joe PalmaHOT STUFF (1956)
'Fake Shemp'Joe PalmaSCHEMING SCHEMERS (1956)
'Fake Shemp'Joe PalmaCOMMOTION ON THE OCEAN (1956)
'Faust'Tandy MacKenzieSAN FRANCISCO (1936)
'Gert'Jeanne OlsenHOLLYWOOD ON PARADE # B-9 (1934)
'Marie,' maid actressElaine WatersMOVIE MANIACS (1936)
'Mephistopheles'Tudor WilliamsSAN FRANCISCO (1936)
'San Francisco' conducterD. W. GriffithSAN FRANCISCO (1936)
'Shadow'Charles ''Snowball'' WhittierHOLD THAT GHOST (1941)
'Team doctor' in football movieLew DavisSTART CHEERING (1938)
'Toots', party guestUnidentifiedTAKING THE COUNT (1937)
1 legged manUnidentified DIZZY DOCTORS 1DIZZY DOCTORS (1937)
1918 radiomanLynton BrentHALF SHOT SHOOTERS (1936)
1918 soldier with binocularsLew DavisHALF SHOT SHOOTERS (1936)
1921 spokesmanWilfred LucasTURN BACK THE CLOCK (1933)
1925 spokesmanHooper AtchleyTURN BACK THE CLOCK (1933)
1929 spokesmanHarry HolmanTURN BACK THE CLOCK (1933)
1st actor in Stooges' clothesUnidentifiedHELLO POP (1933)
1st attendantLee ShumwayROAST-BEEF AND MOVIES (1934)
1st bathing beautyLola GoganBOOBY DUPES (1945)
1st burglarJoey AdamsDON'T WORRY, WE'LL THINK OF A TITLE (1966)
1st butlerLowden AdamsCAPTAIN HATES THE SEA, THE (1934)
1st cab driverEddie 'Rochester' AndersonIT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (1963)
1st checkpoint guardDanny KlegaWHICH WAY TO THE FRONT? (1970)
1st Confederate sentryHeinie ConklinUNCIVIL WARRIORS (1935)
1st copUnidentifiedGOBS OF FUN (1933)
1st copRalph SanfordIN THE DOUGH (1933)
1st copUnidentifiedBRIDE AND GLOOM (1947)
1st cop at garage, scene deletedRoy RobertsIT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (1963)
1st cop at golf courseSam LufkinTHREE LITTLE BEERS (1935)
1st courierJason WingreenSNOW WHITE AND THE THREE STOOGES (1961)
1st cowboy shot by DeckerSam LufkinHORSES' COLLARS (1935)
1st desk clerkJack KenneyTHREE LITTLE BEERS (1935)
1st detective at crash siteNorman FellIT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (1963)
1st dockmanCharles HowardHOWD' YA LIKE THAT? (1934)
1st golfer yelling ''fore''UnidentifiedTHREE LITTLE BEERS (1935)
1st groundskeeperMonte CarterTHREE LITTLE BEERS (1935)
1st guardRobert WilliamsBEER BARREL POLECATS (1946)
1st guard in courtyardBill ClarkKNUTZY KNIGHTS (1954)
1st Indian thugUnidentifiedTHREE STOOGES GO AROUND THE WORLD IN A DAZE, THE (1963)
1st Kilduff corner manChet BrandenburgPUNCH DRUNKS (1934)
1st King's guardBert YoungI'LL NEVER HEIL AGAIN (1941)
1st man in officeUnidentifiedTIME OUT FOR RHYTHM (1941)
1st man in theatre boxUnidentifiedMYRT AND MARGE (1933)
1st Mayor's 'Yes'-manUnidentifiedMEET THE BARON (1933)
1st pedestrianAl ThompsonPAIN IN THE PULLMAN, A (1936)
1st pedestrianLew DavisNUTTY BUT NICE (1940)
1st piano moverShemp HowardWRONG, WRONG TRAIL, THE (1934)
1st poker playerLew DavisGOOFS AND SADDLES (1937)
1st policemanUnidentifiedDAREDEVIL O'DARE (1934)
1st policemanBert YoungSO LONG MR. CHUMPS (1941)
1st policeman in patrol carGeorge MagrillBUCK PRIVATES (1941)
1st saboteurCharles SherlockTHEY STOOGE TO CONGA (1943)
1st sanitarium attendantLarry McGrathRHYTHM AND WEEP (1946)
1st sanitarium attendantStanley BlystonePARDON MY CLUTCH (1948)
1st spyUnidentifiedARMY DAZE (1956)
1st stagehandUnidentifiedHOWD' YA LIKE THAT? (1934)
1st State TrooperIvan MillerWOMAN WANTED (1935)
1st station masterUnidentifiedCLOSE RELATIONS (1933)
1st taxi driverJohn TyrrellSTRANGE AFFAIR (1944)
1st telephone customerRobert StevensTHEY STOOGE TO CONGA (1943)
1st vault guardJack HillCASH AND CARRY (1937)
1st womanUnidentifiedPAUL REVERE, JR. (1933)
2nd actor in Stooges' clothesUnidentifiedHELLO POP (1933)
2nd armored car guardTommy KingstonOF CASH AND HASH (1955)
2nd attendantLee PhelpsROAST-BEEF AND MOVIES (1934)
2nd bartenderSailor VincentCORONER CREEK (1948)
2nd bathing beautyWanda PerryBOOBY DUPES (1945)
2nd burglarAndy AlbinDON'T WORRY, WE'LL THINK OF A TITLE (1966)
2nd bus driverWalter BrennanFUGITIVE LOVERS (1934)
2nd butlerPietro SossoCAPTAIN HATES THE SEA, THE (1934)
2nd butlerWilliam H. O'BrienPARDON MY SCOTCH (1935)
2nd butlerEdward Peil, Sr.TERMITES OF 1938 (1938)
2nd butlerJoseph NorthBANK DICK, THE (1940)
2nd cab driverPeter FalkIT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (1963)
2nd chefUnidentifiedMEET THE BARON (1933)
2nd Confederate sentryJack RandUNCIVIL WARRIORS (1935)
2nd cook, scene deletedEdward InnesSNOW WHITE AND THE THREE STOOGES (1961)
2nd copUnidentifiedGOBS OF FUN (1933)
2nd copUnidentifiedBRIDE AND GLOOM (1947)
2nd cop at garage, scene deletedChick ChandlerIT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (1963)
2nd cop at golf courseUnidentifiedTHREE LITTLE BEERS (1935)
2nd courierBill WalshSNOW WHITE AND THE THREE STOOGES (1961)
2nd cowboy shot by DeckerSlim WhittakerHORSES' COLLARS (1935)
2nd crookAl HillGEM OF A JAM, A (1943)
2nd deputyUnidentified WHOOPS, I'M AN INDIAN! 1WHOOPS, I'M AN INDIAN! (1936)
2nd detectiveFrank O'ConnorKEEP 'EM SLUGGING (1943)
2nd detective at crash siteNicholas GeorgiadeIT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (1963)
2nd detective with DinklerJohn ClarkeIT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD (1963)
2nd dockmanUnidentifiedHOWD' YA LIKE THAT? (1934)
2nd garage mechanicFrank MillsBRIDE AND GLOOM (1947)
2nd golfer yelling ''fore!''Chet BrandenburgTHREE LITTLE BEERS (1935)
2nd groundskeeperHarry SemelsTHREE LITTLE BEERS (1935)
2nd guard in courtyardKenner G. KempKNUTZY KNIGHTS (1954)
2nd hotel guest in elevatorUnidentifiedHOLLYWOOD PARTY (1934)
2nd hunterBert YoungMONEY SQUAWKS (1940)
2nd in ringFrankie VanBUCK PRIVATES (1941)
2nd Indian thugUnidentifiedTHREE STOOGES GO AROUND THE WORLD IN A DAZE, THE (1963)
2nd IRS agentJoe PalmaINCOME TAX SAPPY (1954)
2nd juror talking to MikeJohn DilsonWOMAN WANTED (1935)
2nd Kilduff corner manUnidentified PUNCH DRUNKS 3PUNCH DRUNKS (1934)
2nd Kilduff corner manUnidentifiedHIT WITH A MISS, A (1945)
2nd King's guardUnidentified I'LL NEVER HEIL AGAINI'LL NEVER HEIL AGAIN (1941)
2nd man in officeUnidentifiedTIME OUT FOR RHYTHM (1941)
2nd man in parkUnidentifiedMUSHROOMS (1934)
2nd man in theatre boxUnidentifiedMYRT AND MARGE (1933)
2nd man outside saloonUnidentified YES, WE HAVE NO BONANZA 1YES, WE HAVE NO BONANZA (1939)
2nd mayor's 'Yes'-manCyril RingMEET THE BARON (1933)
2nd mug in restaurantUnidentified PUNCH DRUNKS 1PUNCH DRUNKS (1934)
2nd pedestrianNeal BurnsNUTTY BUT NICE (1940)
2nd piano moverUnidentifiedWRONG, WRONG TRAIL, THE (1934)
2nd poker playerUnidentified GOOFS AND SADDLES 3GOOFS AND SADDLES (1937)
2nd policemanMilton FromeDAREDEVIL O'DARE (1934)
2nd policemanLouis MasonSO LONG MR. CHUMPS (1941)
2nd policemanBlackie WhitefordSHIVERING SHERLOCKS (1948)
2nd policemanUnidentified PARDON MY BACKFIREPARDON MY BACKFIRE (1953)
2nd policeman in squad carBlackie WhitefordOF CASH AND HASH (1955)
2nd saboteurDick JensenTHEY STOOGE TO CONGA (1943)
2nd sailorFrank JenksFLAME OF NEW ORLEANS, THE (1941)
2nd sanitarium attendantJack ParkerRHYTHM AND WEEP (1946)
2nd sanitarium attendantUnidentified PARDON MY CLUTCHPARDON MY CLUTCH (1948)
2nd spyUnidentifiedARMY DAZE (1956)
2nd stagehandUnidentifiedHOWD' YA LIKE THAT? (1934)
2nd State TrooperJames P. BurtisWOMAN WANTED (1935)
2nd station masterCarleton MacyCLOSE RELATIONS (1933)
2nd surgeonAl ThompsonDIZZY DOCTORS (1937)
2nd telephone customerLloyd BridgesTHEY STOOGE TO CONGA (1943)
2nd thiefEddie BakerHOOK A CROOK (1955)
2nd vault guardCy SchindellCASH AND CARRY (1937)
2nd wallet finderJohnny KascierSO LONG MR. CHUMPS (1941)
2nd womanAlmira SessionsPAUL REVERE, JR. (1933)
2nd woman with carriageBetty MackGRIPS, GRUNTS, AND GROANS (1937)
2nd wrestler pug in gymCharlie CarrGRIPS, GRUNTS, AND GROANS (1937)
3rd butlerJules CowlesTERMITES OF 1938 (1938)
3rd actor in Stooges' clothesUnidentifiedHELLO POP (1933)
3rd AmazonHarriette TarlerSPACE SHIP SAPPY (1957)
3rd attendantAl MorinoTHREE LITTLE TWIRPS (1943)
3rd bankerTom ChattertonHOT STEEL (1940)
3rd bathing beautyGeene CourtneyBOOBY DUPES (1945)
3rd bridge playerSymona BonifaceTASSELS IN THE AIR (1938)
3rd bus driverSyd SaylorFUGITIVE LOVERS (1934)
3rd butlerCharlie PhillipsPLAYING THE PONIES (1937)
3rd chefUnidentifiedMEET THE BARON (1933)
3rd copUnidentifiedBRIDE AND GLOOM (1947)
3rd crookJames WarrenGEM OF A JAM, A (1943)
3rd golfer yelling ''fore''UnidentifiedTHREE LITTLE BEERS (1935)
3rd guardCy SchindellFIDDLERS THREE (1948)
3rd juror talking to MikePhil TeadWOMAN WANTED (1935)
3rd man panhandled by MoeLarry WheatTHREE LITTLE PIGSKINS (1934)
3rd mayor's 'Yes'-manDon BrodieMEET THE BARON (1933)
3rd mug in restaurantFrank MoranPUNCH DRUNKS (1934)
3rd poker playerWilliam IrvingGOOFS AND SADDLES (1937)
3rd PrivateUnidentifiedSPIES AND GUYS (1953)
3rd sailorEddie QuillanFLAME OF NEW ORLEANS, THE (1941)
3rd swindlerJames CraigOILY TO BED, OILY TO RISE (1939)
3rd telephone customerJulie DuncanTHEY STOOGE TO CONGA (1943)
3rd womanUnidentifiedPAUL REVERE, JR. (1933)
4th bridge playerKathryn BatesTASSELS IN THE AIR (1938)
4th EgyptianUnidentifiedMY MUMMY'S ARMS (1934)
4th juror talking to MikeHarry C. BradleyWOMAN WANTED (1935)
4th sailorJoe DevlinFLAME OF NEW ORLEANS, THE (1941)
4th telephone customerJohn TyrellTHEY STOOGE TO CONGA (1943)
5th telephone customerChristine McIntyreTHEY STOOGE TO CONGA (1943)
Blue Daughter vocalistJames BurrowsROAST-BEEF AND MOVIES (1934)
Celito Lindo singerRosarita VarelaPEOPLE ARE FUNNY (1946)
Facts & Figures modelArline HunterFLYING SAUCER DAFFY (1958)
Facts & Figures PresidentEmil SitkaFLYING SAUCER DAFFY (1958)
Feelin' High quartetThe Kings' MenHOLLYWOOD PARTY (1934)
Feelin' High singerShirley RossHOLLYWOOD PARTY (1934)
Feelin' High singerHarry BarrisHOLLYWOOD PARTY (1934)
Hey Jose dancerLillian MolieriPEOPLE ARE FUNNY (1946)
Hollywood Party singerFrances WilliamsHOLLYWOOD PARTY (1934)
I'm Sailing on a Sunbeam singerLawrence GrayHELLO POP (1933)
The Hot Choc-Late Soldiers singerArt JarrettHOLLYWOOD PARTY (1934)
Turn of a Fan dancersThe Dodge TwinsNERTSERY RHYMES (1933)
Turn of a Fan singerLottice HowellNERTSERY RHYMES (1933)
Woman in the Shoe quintetThe RoundersNERTSERY RHYMES (1933)

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