The Three Stooges Online Filmography
"Quiet little angel. Quiet, quiet little darling, quiet... or I'll break your neck!" - Moe (THREE LOAN WOLVES, 1946)

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The Three Stooges have been cracking up millions with their antics for 87 years. From their start in films with Ted Healy in the early 1930's, through their glory days with Columbia, to their own feature films in the 1960's - the Stooges film career spanned over forty years, and they're still just as popular today! We have every film appearance the Three Stooges - all six of them! - ever made, including their solo appearances.

There are 983 short subjects, feature films and other media that had one or more of the Stooges appearing in the cast. Here is a breakdown of the filmography, by "Stooge Team":

The Three Stooges Online Filmography

Stooge Team Dates Shorts Films Other TV Total
Ted Healy and His Stooges (THS) 1930 - 1934 6 10 4 4 24
Moe, Larry and Curly (MLC) 1934 - 1947 97 9 14 1 121
Moe, Larry and Shemp (MLS) 1947 - 1956 77 3 1 16 97
Moe, Larry and Joe (MLJ) 1957 - 1959 16 1 0 1 18
The Columbia Shorts (Total): 1934-1959 190  
Moe, Larry and Curly Joe (MLD) 1959 - 1970 2 8 44 43 97
Moe Howard (Solo) (SMH) 1933 - 1973 3 4 1 13 21
Curly Howard (Solo) (SCH) 1934 1 0 0 0 1
Shemp Howard (Solo) (SSH) 1933 - 1949 54 48 1 2 105
Ted Healy and Larry Fine (Solo) (STH_SLF) 1933 0 1 0 0 1
Joe Besser (Solo) (SJB) 1938 - 1976 13 28 0 303 344
Joe DeRita (Solo) (SJD) 1943 - 1958 4 8 0 10 22
Ted Healy (Solo) (STH) 1926 - 1938 5 25 2 11 43
Moe Howard and Curly Howard (Solo) (SMH_SCH) 1933 - 1934 1 1 0 0 2
Shemp Howard and Joe Besser (Solo) (SSH_SJB) 1949 0 1 0 0 1
Larry Fine (Solo) (SLF) 1973 - 1974 0 0 0 6 6
Miscellaneous Appearances (MISC) Any 1 5 8 65 79
Ted Healy and Curly Howard (Solo) (STH_SCH) 1934 0 1 0 0 1
Totals: 280 153 75 475 983

Pick of the Day - Friday, January 20,2017
Average Rating:     [ 5.82/10 ]   15 votes
Featuring
Moe, Larry and Shemp
Release Date
1955-10-06
Studio
Columbia
Production Type
Short Subject
Duration
16.2 min.
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HOT ICE

The Stooges apply for experienced men at Scotland Yard, but wind up as gardeners instead. They stumble across a note about a case involving a stolen diamond, and take the case to prove themselves. While investigating in a dockside saloon dive, Shemp accidentally swallows the diamond, and the crooks plan to cut it out of him. But a gorilla hidden in the saloon, imported from Africa, escapes from his cage and changes the thieves' plans.

A remake of CRIME ON THEIR HANDS (1948), with stock footage. Additional stock footage from THE HOT SCOTS (1948) is used for the opening Scotland Yard scenes.


Cast Members: Shemp Howard (Shemp) · Larry Fine (Larry) · Moe Howard (Moe) · Clive Morgan (Inspector McCormick) · James Logan (Dawson) · Kenneth MacDonald (Dapper Malone) · Christine McIntyre (Bea) · Cy Schindell (Muscles) · Joe Palma (Muscles, new footage) · Lester Allen (Runty) · Jimmy Aubrey (Hawkins) · George Lloyd (Squid McGuffey) · Ray Corrigan (Harold the gorilla) · Barbara Bartay (Girl in bar) · Blackie Whiteford (Cauliflower-eared seaman) · Budd Fine (Seaman) · Harry Wilson (Bum in bed) · Joe Palma (Sailor in bar) · Johnny Kascier (Sailor in bar) · Unidentified HOT ICE (Barflys)

Production Crew: Jules White (Producer) · Hugh McCollum (Producer, stock footage) · Jules White (Director) · Edward Bernds (Director, stock footage) · Elwood Ullman (Story) · Jack White (Screenplay) · Elwood Ullman (Screenplay, stock footage) · Fred Jackman Jr. (Director of Photography) · Henry Freulich (Photography, stock footage) · Tony DiMarco (Film Editor) · Henry DeMond (Film Editor, stock footage) · Cary Odell (Art Director) · Charles Clague (Art Director, stock footage) · Willard Sheldon (Assistant Director)

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Video Pick of the Week Comic of the Day
PARDON MY SCOTCH

Moe, Larry and Curly are carpenters installing a door at Mr. Jones' drugstore. Jones leaves the boys in charge while he tries to settle a liquor delivery problem. The liquor salesman comes in and asks the Stooges to make him a "pick me up," which they mix up themselves in the back in an old boot. The Stooges' concoction knocks his hat off, and the salesman is convinced that the new drink will bring a fortune. He then tries to pass the Stooges off as the Scottish whiskey makers McSniff, McSnuff and McSnort at a party in his boss's home.


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