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The Three Stooges Journal - Issue No. 70

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SUMMER 1994   -   Editor: Gary Lassin

Cover Image
Shemp Howard, MR. NOISY (1946) publicity shot

Letters to the Editor
by Brent Seguine
Page(s): 2
A case against TBS' 'political correct' editing of the Stooges shorts

News Flashes...
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 3
- Moe's grandson and wife welcomed a son, Moe Howard Scott on March 4
- MGM Grand's live Three Stooges stage show renewed for another six months
- TBS aired a 7-hour marathon on April 1
- Newspaper reports that Columbia is considering colorizing the Three Stooges shorts
- WSBK Boston aired a 2-1/2 hour Shemp birthday tribute
- Pop Culture Association meeting in Chicago had three different research papers on the Stooges; speaker guests included Don Morlan, and Lyla & Nate Budnick
- KTLA Los Angeles now airing the Stooges
- Turner Classic Movies cable station launched in April, featuring uncut, commercial-free films from the classic MGM and Warner library

Obituaries - Ruth Hiatt, Hal Smith, Jean Carmen, Charles Lamont, Wayne Mack

Stooge Trivia
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 3
Trivia questions

Three Stooges Newsreel Appearance Discovered
by Richard Finegan
Page(s): 4
Discovery of a May 1961 Fox Movietone Newsreel, with a sequence of Moe, Larry and Curly Joe attending the premiere of RETURN TO PEYTON PLACE in New York

Supporting Actress Dani Sue Nolan to Appear at 1994 3 Stooges Convention
by Gary Lassin and Frank Reighter
Page(s): 4 - 5
Dani Sue Nolan (GENTS IN A JAM) will be the special guest at the 1994 Convention, joining Stooge family members; detailed schedule and itinerary

My Search for Christine McIntyre, Part 2
by Bill Cappello
Page(s): 6 - 7, cont. on 14
The author describes his meeting with Christine McIntyre, and his contacts with her afterward

Pie in the Face, A, Part 1
by Don B. Morlan
Page(s): 8 - 9
"The Three Stooges' Anti-Aristocracy Theme in Depression-Era American Film"
The use of pie fights in the Stooges episodes, in social context of the 1930s Depression era

Three Stooges Supporting Players: Mini-Biographical Profiles, The
by Ed Shifres
Page(s): 10 - 11
Walter Brennan, Lynton Brent, Lloyd Bridges, Sonny Bupp, Bobby Burns, Harry Burns

Larry Fine's 1972 UCLA Appearance
by Stephen P. Alpert
Page(s): 12
Larry Fine's visit to UCLA in 1972 to receive "The Alpert Personality of the Year" award

For Collectors Only
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 13
- The Three Stooges Scrapbook has been reissued in softcover, with updates and new cover art
- The Films of the Stooges by Daniel Volk has been reissued
- Franklin Mint releases the 2nd plate in its collectors series
- Additional prints of Al Hirschfeld's limited-edition Three Stooges etching are now available from George Goodstadt Inc. @ $2,400
- A Three Stooges biography, children's reading level, is in the works
- June 1994 issue of Paper Collectors Marketplace contains a 5-pg article on Stooges collectibles
- Opening Shots from Workman Publishing will include a chapter on SOUP TO NUTS
- World Library is working on a series of Stooges CD-ROMs
- Newly licensed merchandise includes t-shirts and a phone card

Rare Photos
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 13
- "Shemp Howard clowns around with brother Jack, late 1940s"
- "Moe Howard signs an autograph for a fan, late 1960s"

Bulletin Board
Page(s): 14 - 15
Fan classified advertisements

Men Can Surely Be Funny Valentines
by Sarah Overstreet
Page(s): 16
Source: The Daily Home (Talladega AL )
The age old question about the difference between men and women, and why men love the Stooges

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