1934

Woman Haters

Woman Haters

Release Date: 5/5/1934

The Stooges are traveling salesmen who vow not to get involved with women – except Larry has just been secretly married! First Columbia Pictures Three Stooges short feature. Dialogue for this short was billed as a “Musical Novelty,” and is spoken all in rhyme. Long time Stooge supporting actor, Bud Jamison also makes his first appearance in a Stooge short. Read More »


Punch Drunks

Punch Drunks

Release Date: 7/13/1934

Curly gets fighting mad whenever he hears the tune ‘Pop Goes The Weasel’ of which fight manager Moe plans to take full advantage. First film in which the Stooges were officially called “The Three Stooges.” Only Stooge film actually written by the Stooges themselves. Read More »


Men In Black

Men In Black

Release Date: 9/28/1934

A parody of MGM’s Clark Cable movie ‘Men in White.’ “For Duty and Humanity” is the pledge the Stooges made when they play medical students who have graduated with the “highest temperatures in their class.” Only Stooge film to receive an Oscar nomination. Read More »


Three Little Pigskins

Three Little Pigskins

Release Date: 12/8/1934

While dressed for an advertising gimmick, the Stooges are mistaken for college football players and asked to play privately for a gangster. Features Lucille Ball of “Lucy” fame. Read More »