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"We're known as The Fish Market Duet." "Yeah, we sing for the halibut." - Larry & Shemp (DUNKED IN THE DEEP, 1949)

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The Three Stooges
Publisher: Western / Gold Key
Genre: Comedy


Issue: 22
Published: March, 1965
Comic Book Age: Silver
Pages: 32
Cover Price: $0.12

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Characters:
  • Curly Joe DeRita
  • Larry Fine
  • Moe Howard


Credits:
Editor: Chase Craig
Artists: Sparky Moore; John Carey; Joe Messerli
Inkers: Sparky Moore; John Carey


Synopsis:
- Photo cover
- Inside front cover: Scene photos and film credits
- The Three Stooges Meet the Gunslingers 24 pgs
- More N-Yuk! N-Yuks! (Jokes) 1 pg
- A Monstrous Success Story (The Little Monsters) 4 pgs
- Dear Stooges (Joke letters) 1 pg
- N-Yuk! N-Yuks! (Jokes) 1 pg
- The Three Stooges (untitled) 1 pg


Footnotes:
Joe Messerli art credits are for the header panels on the two joke pages; John Carey art credit is "The Little Monsters" feature.

The comic book story is titled after the movie's production title. After the film was renamed, only the cover had sufficient time to be laid out with the change; the artwork kept the original title.



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