The Three Stooges Online Filmography
"Copy boy, copy boy... stop the presses!" [crunch!] "Moe, Moe... stop the presses." - Shemp (CRIME ON THEIR HANDS, 1948)

Crew Member : Al Giebler

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Al Giebler, ANTS IN THE PANTRY

Al Giebler, ANTS IN THE PANTRY


 Born  1872-10-17
Randolph, MO
(Alfred Giebler)
 Died  1950-12-12
Los Angeles, CA

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Crew Credits

  Released Film or Short Title Featuring Role
1.  1936-02-06 ANTS IN THE PANTRY Moe, Larry and Curly Story and Screenplay
2.  1937-10-15 PLAYING THE PONIES Moe, Larry and Curly Screenplay
3.  1938-01-07 TERMITES OF 1938 Moe, Larry and Curly Story and Screenplay
4.  1938-04-01 TASSELS IN THE AIR Moe, Larry and Curly Story and Screenplay
5.  1938-07-02 VIOLENT IS THE WORD FOR CURLY Moe, Larry and Curly Story and Screenplay
6.  1938-10-14 MUTTS TO YOU Moe, Larry and Curly Story and Screenplay
7.  1946-09-16 SOCIETY MUGS Shemp Howard (Solo) Story and Screenplay
8.  1947-03-20 THE GOOD BAD EGG Joe DeRita (Solo) Story
9.  1951-12-06 PEST MAN WINS Moe, Larry and Shemp Story
10.  1960-07-27 STOP! LOOK! AND LAUGH! Moe, Larry and Curly Writer, stock footage
11.  1974-11-22 THE 3 STOOGES FOLLIES Moe, Larry and Curly Screenplay, archive footage

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