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SCREEN SNAPSHOTS  Series 18  # 9

Hollywood celebrities enjoying equestrian sports at the Santa Anita Racetrack stables, the Bel Air Stables Riding Academy, and the San Fernando Valley Fiesta Horse Show.

The Three Stooges appear in character at Santa Anita, as Moe and Larry try their best to get Curly mounted on his steed, using winch and pulley as a last resort.

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Moe, Larry and Curly
Release Date
May 12, 1939
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10 min.
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Re: SCREEN SNAPSHOTS Series 18 # 9
Posted 2011-05-28 13:25:35 by stoogie
I've seen this and it's nothing to cry home about.
While it's nice to see some footage of the stooges outside of there shorts, it's totally wasted, if you ask me, because I would have liked to have heard what the Three Stooges were saying while putting Curly on the horse. It's also a little confusing and the narration only helps a little bit.
My rating,
4 stars out of 10.
Posted 2001-09-04 09:19:00 by BeAStooge
"Screen Snapshots" was a one-reel short subject series from Columbia, a paparazzi of celebrities (not just Columbia stars) at work and leisure around Hollywood. The Stooges were in seven from 1933 to 1945:(1933, unknown segment #) - Ted, Moe, Larry & Curly clowning in a Hollywood nightclub.(1935, # 6) - Moe, Larry and Curly attend a Grauman's Chinese Theater premiere.(1936, # 7) - Moe, Larry and Curly on the set of "The Captain Hates the Sea" (released two years earlier).(1939, # 9) - Moe, Larry and Curly at a San Fernando Valley horse show.(1940, # 19-5) - Moe, Larry and Curly appear in a segment titled "Art in Hollywood."(1941, # 21-3) - Moe, Larry and Curly are celebrity guests at the San Diego Flying Army Cadet Graduation ceremony.(1945, unknown segment #) - Moe, Larry and Curly in the Wrigley Field dugout at a celebrity charity baseball game.The last one is erroneously listed in "The Three Stooges Scrapbook" as 1935. It was in fact 1945, and celebrity players include Mickey Rooney, Frank Sinatra and Burt Lancaster. The footage was filmed by Ken Murray, and is also included in an MGM Murray-hosted compilation called "Hollywood - My Hometown" released in 1965... it shows on TCM about once every three months.The Stooges' horse show scenes from the 1939 short appear on a Goodtimes tape and DVD called "Kings of Laughter," released in 2000. (Available at Amazon.com, BestBuy, WalMart/Sam's, and others.)Brent

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