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The Three Stooges Journal - Issue No. 146

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SUMMER 2013   -   Editor: Gary Lassin

Cover Image
Supporting player Emil Sitka in a publicity shot from THE THREE STOOGES IN ORBIT (1962)
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New Shemp Howard Film Appearance Discovered
by Ryan Fay
Page(s): 2

Vitaphone short subject GOBS OF FUN (1933) discovered by the Library of Congress staff to include a previously undocumented appearance by Shemp Howard

News Flashes...
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 2
  • I Stooged to Conquer to be published July 2013, a reissue edition of Moe Howard's 1977 autobiography Moe Howard and The Three Stooges
  • Curly: An Illustrated Biography of the Superstooge, by Joan Howard Maurer, will be republished September 2013
  • Shemp Howard's daughter-in-law and granddaughters will attend the Monster Bash festival in Mars PA, July 19 - 21
  • New blog to document the search for "lost" supporting players launched by Journal staffer Ryan Fay...  http://stoogesplayers.blogspot.com/

Fan Club Meeting 2013
by Various
Page(s): 3

Photos from the 2013 Fan Club Meeting in Ft. Washington PA, featuring fans and family members Joan Howard-Maurer, Paul Howard, Darren Server and Brad Server

Three Stooges Locations Then & Now: OF CASH AND HASH
by Jim Pauley
Page(s): 4

Columbia Studios outdoor location used in the filming of OF CASH AND HASH (1955) identified, with photos then and today

Three Stooges Supporting Players, The: Mini-Biographical Profiles
by Journal Staff
Page(s): 5 - 7

Bing Connolly, Jack Cooper, Nick Copeland, Douglas Coppin, Gino Corrado, Ray Corrigan, Eleanor Counts

Ongoing (Mis)Adventures of Ted Healy: Lost at Sea?
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 8 - 9

Account of Ted Healy being lost at sea aboard his yacht, August 10 - 11, 1925, while starring in Earl Carroll's VANITIES in New York.

by Richard Finegan
Page(s): 10 - 11, 16

Examining the lost MGM short subject, JAILBIRDS OF PARADISE (1934) with Moe and Curly Howard, using existing script and promotional materials to construct the details of its story, cast, crew and production

Visit With Ed Bernds, A (Part 3 of 3)
by Brent Seguine & James Scott
Page(s): 12 - 13

Transcription of the authors' 1998 visit and conversation with Three Stooges director & sound engineer Edward Bernds; part 3's topics cover 1953 and The Bowery Boys, thru Ed's final work with Moe, Larry & Curly Joe in THE NEW 3 STOOGES (1965)

Haven't I Seen This Before? Three Stooges "Borrowed" Bits: DISORDER IN THE COURT
by Brian Kirkpatrick
Page(s): 14

A look at the origins of classic Three Stooges bits, here the swearing-in bit from DISORDER IN THE COURT (1936), and its earlier incarnation with Buster Keaton in the MGM feature film SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK (1930) directed by Jules White

Bulletin Board
Page(s): 15

Fan classified advertisements

Stooge Trivia
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 15

Trivia Q&A

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