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The Three Stooges Journal - Issue No. 10

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FEBRUARY 1981   -   Editor: Moe Feinberg

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Club News
by Moe Feinberg
Page(s): 1 - 2
  • Miscellaneous Stooges sightings by fans
  • Fan Club recently promoted by Gary Deeb in his syndicated Chicago Sun-Times column
  • Columbia has released a few volumes of Three Stooges VHS tapes
  • Note of appreciation to fans, from Joe Besser

Stooge Fever Is Spreading With Channel 32 Help
by Gary Deeb
Page(s): 3
Source: Chicago Sun-Times
Chicago's WFLD presentations of the Stooges continues to spread the work; column of Nov. 26, 1980

Three Stooges: A Trio Con Brio
by Gary Deeb
Page(s): 3
Source: Chicago Sun-Times
Profile and discussion of Curly Howard; column of Oct. 3, 1980

Three Stooges Archives
by Steve Cox
Page(s): 4
Profile of Elaine Howard Diamond

Cartoon Fun From the Media
Page(s): 5
Source: Saturday Evening Post

Saturday Evening Post cartoon with a Three Stooges reference, plus,

  • Original cartoon art submitted by a fan
  • Fan Club advertisement from The Big Reel

Three Stooges Deli, The
by Link Hullar
Page(s): 6
The story of Hammond, Lousiana's "Three Stooges Deli"

Three Stooges and Six Funnybone Stories, The
by Link Hullar
Page(s): 7
Discussion of the Stooges' Peter Pan LP re-release of the 1960s "Storybook" LP tracks

WPIX Three Stooges Revival
by Walt Mitchell
Page(s): 7 - 8
  • Update on WPIX New York's revival, and cancellation, of The Three Stooges' films
  • Rebuttal of some comments made by Gary Deeb in his recent Chicago newspaper columns

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