Stooge Stories

Fun and informative Three Stooges articles

Christmas Traditions

Christmas Traditions

Many traditions that are part of our Christmas season celebration did not originate in the United States. Here are three that came to us from afar. Read More »

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 »

They Also Served…

The Three Stooges have always been in the American mainstream and their 80+ year history of popularity attests to their staying power and to the very high recognition they enjoy. Throughout their careers, with their film work and as live … Read More »

DIY With The Three Stooges

It’s time for spring cleaning and those long put off DIY projects. After you’ve finished, you can take a break with a cup of Curly in your favorite Three Stooges mug and watch some film shorts. Here are some handy … Read More »

Things That Go Nyuk In The Night: Halloween With The Three Stooges

What better way to prepare for Trick or Treat time than with Spooky Three Stooges Shorts. The Boys met up with their share of ghosts, goblins and assorted scary types so to get in the mood to go haunting on Halloween, turn out the lights and tune in these shorts for some delights and frights! 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 »

Happy Birthday Larry!

Larry’s birthday is October 5th. He was born on Philadelphia in 1902. He began his career in vaudeville and his act included playing the violin. Larry met his wife Mabel while both were performing in vaudeville as Mabel performed with her sister Loretta as the Haney Sisters. They often performed at the same venues at the same time on the various vaudeville circuits. That’s Larry with Mabel and their daughter Phyllis. Read More »

Longtime Stooges’s Director, Jules White

Born September 17, 1900, White began working in motion pictures in the 1910s, as a child actor, for Pathé Studios. He appears in a small role as a Confederate soldier in the landmark silent feature The Birth of a Nation (1915). By the … Read More »

Shemp’s Family Wishes You All, A Happy Shemptember!

A Shemptastic day with Geri and Jill Howard, Shemp’s daughter-in-law and granddaughter, at the C3 Entertainment Offices. Here are Geri and Jill wishing you all a Happy Shemptember.  

Happy Birthday Curly-Joe!

Happy Birthday to Joe DeRita, who joined The Three Stooges in 1958. He was born July 12, 1909 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He began his career in the early 1920’s in burlesque and in 1942 became a headliner in California stage shows. Read More »