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The Three Stooges Journal - Issue No. 15

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FEBRUARY 1982   -   Editor: Moe Feinberg

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Club News
by Moe Feinberg
Page(s): 1 - 2
Emil Sitka's wife died January 6, 1982

- Miscellaneous Stooges sightings by fans
- Local TV stations and TBS Stooges updates
- Film festivals

Three Stooges Are Riding a Wave of Adult Adulation, The
by Frederick C. Klein
Page(s): 3
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Cover story of January 4, 1982, reporting the cultural and financial impact of The Three Stooges' popularity

Letters From Our Mailbox
by various
Page(s): 4 - 5
Letters to the Fan Club reporting:
- Upstate New York Three Stooges film festival
- Violence in the Stooges' films
- 3-hour Three Stooges tribute on WHET-AM Chicago

Thank You Boys
by Mark Midura
Page(s): 4
Original poem

Three Stooges Archives
by Steve Cox
Page(s): 6 - 7
Discussion of THE THREE STOOGES SCRAPBOOK (1960), the color, TV pilot film

Quality Life-Like Personality Statues
Page(s): 7
Fan Club order informatin for the Esco ceramic Three Stooges statues

Newspaper Clippings
Page(s): 8
Source: Chicago Sun-Times / Chicago Reader
Miscellaneous clippings and film festival advertisements with Three Stooges references

Bulletin Board
Page(s): 9
Fan classified advertisements

Special for Three Stooges Fan Club Inc. Members
Page(s): 9
Fan Club order information for Three Stooges films on 8mm, VHS and Beta

Salute to Jules White, A
Page(s): 10
Source: Motion Picture Academy Foundation
Advertisment for "A Salute to Jules White," January 18, 1982, sponsored by the Motion Picture Academy Foundation

We're Hungry for a Star
by Charles Pignone
Page(s): 10
Original cartoon ad requesting support for a Hollywood Walk of Fame campaign

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