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The Three Stooges
Publisher: St. John
Genre: Comedy

Issue: 6
Published: August, 1954
Comic Book Age: Golden
Pages: 32
Cover Price: $0.10
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  • Larry Fine
  • Moe Howard
  • Shemp Howard

Writer: Norman Maurer
Editors: Joe Kubert; Norman Maurer
Artist: Norman Maurer
Cover Artist: Norman Maurer

- Cartoon/photo cover
- Fluke Spook 9 pgs
- Bringin' Up Mamma (Saggie and Figgs) 6 pgs
- Bogus Takes a Bride 9 pgs
- Draw For Comic Books 1 pg
- The Three Stooges (untitled) 1 pg
- The Three Stooges (untitled) 5 pgs

The final story in this issue is a loose adaptation of PUNCH DRUNKS (1934). The 1-pg barber story was later adapted as a live-action wraparound for THE NEW 3 STOOGES (1965) animated TV series.

The Saggie and Figgs story is signed by "Geo. McMaurer." This was actually Norman Maurer... spoofing the popular comic strip Maggie and Jiggs by George McManus.

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