Stooge Stories

Fun and informative Three Stooges articles

Veterans Day: A Time To Honor Those Who Served


The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918 saw the end of World War I. In 1921 an unknown American soldier from WWI was buried at Arlington National Cemetery to honor the veterans of The … Read More »

There’s a Stooge In My Soup! – The 18th Annual Big Screen Event

The Alex Film Society (AFS) continues its Thanksgiving tradition for Stooges fans with its 18th Annual The Three Stooges Big Screen Event on November 28, 2015; the Saturday after Thanksgiving, at the historic Alex Theatre in Glendale, California. This is … Read More »

Thanksgiving Traditions

Thanksgiving tradition tells us this holiday started in 1621 with the Pilgrims at the Plymouth Colony. The celebration was to commemorate the harvest after a harsh winter with Governor William Bradford proclaiming a day of Thanksgiving. The colonists celebrated with … Read More »

Happy Birthday Curly!

Curly. That single word evokes an image and brings smiles and laughter to every corner of the globe. It is instantly recognized and in the mind’s eye a picture appears of one of the funniest men to ever share his talents. To paraphrase an old adage, it’s a word worth a 1,000 pictures or at least the 97 Columbia shorts he made with Moe and Larry! Read More »

The Poifect Gift! — Hey Moe! Hey Dad! Box Set

Celebrating a century of comedy from the greatest comedy team of all time, “Hey Moe! Hey Dad!” is an all-new, new nine hour collectible DVD set packed with never-seen-before footage and photos of The Three Stooges performing and from their … Read More »

Calling Dr. Howard, Dr. Fine, Dr. Howard!

One of the most recognizable pieces of dialog in the entire Three Stooges body of work is ‘Calling Dr. Howard, Dr. Fine, Dr, Howard!’ from the short Men In Black; which was released September 28th, in 1934. The short was … Read More »

Fall Back! Autumn Antics with The Three Stooges

Sitting between Summer and Winter is Autumn. It gives us the time to transition from summer fun to the cold of winter. So it is time to make sure we get the winter coats ready we will need soon and … Read More »

Happy 4th of July!

July 4th will always be remembered and celebrated as Independence Day. There were some other interesting happenings on that date in history, including some births worth mentioning and some notable Three Stooges events. Among those born on the Fourth of … Read More »

Color Easter Eggs The Three Stooges Way!

Easter Sunday is April 5th and it is a holiday that has profound religious significance to many and is also celebrated at the secular level around the world. In fact, many of the non-religious traditions we incorporate today into the fun aspect of Easter came down through the centuries from many cultures and pre-Christian religious practices. Read More »

The Three Stooges Visit Times Square!

Read All About It! Photorealist Artist, Doug Bloodworth brought Larry, Moe, and Curly to Times Square! Read More »