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The Three Stooges
Publisher: Western / Gold Key
Genre: Comedy

Issue: 39
Published: June, 1968
Comic Book Age: Silver
Pages: 32
Cover Price: $0.12

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  • Curly Joe DeRita
  • Larry Fine
  • Moe Howard

Editor: Chase Craig
Artists: Peter Alvarado; Joe Messerli; Cecil Beard
Inker: Tony DiPaola
Letterer: Tony DiPaola

- Photo cover: same as Four Color Comics # 1078, with altered cover layout
- Inside front cover: To Gobble or Not to Gobble; originally published in Four Color Comics # 1078
- Canine Capers 12 pgs; originally published in Four Color Comics # 1078
- The Three Stooges (untitled) 1 pg
- 3 Stooges Racing Rampage (puzzle page) 1 pg; originally published in Four Color Comics # 1078
- Gold Key Club 6 pgs
- Hero Herman (Professor Putter) 4 pgs; originally published in The Three Stooges # 8
- The Bleached Bird (Barney Barnacle text story) 1 pg; originally published in The Three Stooges # 8
- A Roc-ky Road to Riches 7 pgs

Joe Messerli credit is for the "Professor Putter" and "Barney Barnacle" stories
Peter Alvarado and Tony DiPaolo credits are for the Stooges reprint stories

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