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The Three Stooges Journal - Issue No. 126

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SUMMER 2008   -   Editor: Gary Lassin

Cover Image
Larry Fine in a publicity shot from HAVE ROCKET, WILL TRAVEL (1959)
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Photograph
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 2
"Three Stooges' supporting actress Patricia Wright visits the Stoogeum during the 2008 Fan Club Meeting."

News Flashes
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 3
  • 2008 Three Stooges Fan Club Meeting recap
  • DVD "Three Stooges Collection Vol. 2: 1937 - 1939" released on May 27, 2008
  • Three Stooges Actress Reunion scheduled for July 12 at the Hollywood Collectors Show in Burbank CA

Corrections, Etc...
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 3
  • Issue # 113 comic book artist ID revised to credit Joe Messerli
  • # 119 candid photo of Moe, Larry & Shemp ID revised to "Sahiti's Stateline Casino in Lake Tahoe, August 1953"
  • # 125 mini-bio of Patricia Wright amends her birth year to 1921

Letters to the Editor
by Scott MacGillivray and Rich Finegan
Page(s): 3
Further discussions on issue # 125's article about the original title card credits of WOMAN HATERS (1934)

More Critical Thinking: Trade Reviews of the Ted Healy Solo Films
by Richard Finegan
Page(s): 4
Trade paper reviews of Ted Healy's solo MGM feature films, covering 1933 - 1935

Fan Club Meeting 2008
by Various
Page(s): 5
Candid photos of guests and fans enjoying the 2008 Fan Club Meeting

Calling Dr. Howard!
by Ryan Fay
Page(s): 6
Behind the scenes story of Calling Dr. Howard!, an early 1980s rock song tribute to The Three Stooges, by The Finders. With recollections from original group member John Rock.

Three Stooges Locations: Then and Now - Outside the Studio in... SLIPPERY SILKS
by Jim Pauley
Page(s): 7
Filming location site used in SLIPPERY SILKS (1936) is identified as Gower St., outside the Columbia Studios. With photos, then and now.

Three Stooges Library, The: A Guide to Books Featuring The Three Stooges, Part 1
by Brian Kirkpatrick
Page(s): 8 - 9
Discussions and reviews of books about, and featuring, The Three Stooges, published 1973 - 1987

Three Stooges Supporting Players: Mini-Biographical Profiles, The
by Ed Shifres
Page(s): 10 - 11

Minor "W" players (continued)


Rare Photo
Page(s): 12
"Possibly the oldest Horwitz family portrait known to exist, this photo (circa 1902) shows young brothers Shemp, Moe and Jack Horwitz with their parents Sol & Jennie Horwitz. The identity of the other relatives is not known."

Three Stooges' Hidden Hollywood, The: FALSE ALARMS... True Finale (Part 2)
by Brent Seguine
Page(s): 13 - 14
Continuing the presentation of scripted, but unfilmed, final scenes for FALSE ALARMS (1936)

Bulletin Board
Page(s): 15
Fans' classified advertisements

Stooge Trivia
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 15
Trivia questions and answers

Previously Undocumented Three Stooges TV Appearance Discovered
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 16
Source: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Photo of Moe, Larry and Shemp, with Bob Hope & Bing Crosby, appearing on 1952's OLYMPIC TELETHON. With an article discussing the telethon's purpose, and additional guests.

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