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The Three Stooges Journal - Issue No. 143

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FALL 2012   -   Editor: Gary Lassin

Cover Image
Three Stooges supporting player Bud Jamison in a publicity shot from the 1934 Columbia short, WHEN DO WE EAT?
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by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 2

Lloyd Kino, Joe Kubert

Moe Howard Interviews Remembered Decades Later
by Ryan Fay
Page(s): 3

Two local L.A. hosts recall Moe Howard's appearances on their television shows, HEADSHOP (early 1972) and THE MOVIEMAKERS (summer 1974); also, Jack Perkins talks about Moe's final interview (April 1975) for a report on the Stooges by NBC NIGHTLY NEWS

Candid Photo
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 3

A rare onstage shot of Joe DeRita with Bing Crosby during a 1940s USO performance

Look At, A: SURPRISE, SURPRISE (1937) - Rare Three Stooges Promotional Short
by Richard Finegan
Page(s): 4 - 5

A detailed look, with transcription, at SURPRISE, SURPRISE (1937); at 2-1/2 minutes, the brief film produced with Columbia promotes Pillsbury's Moving Picture Machine, a cardboard flipper-image toy

My Life With Ted Healy
by Betty Hickman Healy
Page(s): 6 - 7

Transcription of a hand-written memoir by Ted Healy's 2nd wife, Betty Hickman Healy; recently obtained by the Fan Club, it relates details and stories of her brief marriage and life with Ted

Three Stooges Video Rarities: YouTube, Ebay and Beyond!
by Mike Dugo
Page(s): 8 - 9

A look at home movies and video rarities (spanning 1938 - 1973) of The Three Stooges that have surfaced in recent years on internet resources such as YouTube; notably July1, 1938 color footage shot by George K. Mann on the Atlantic City boardwalk's Steel Pier featuring Moe, Larry, Curly, Barbara Bradford (Mrs. Mann), and Mann himself

Three Stooges Locations Then & Now: A PAIN IN THE PULLMAN
by Jim Pauley
Page(s): 10

A look at the L.A. site of a former train station, used in the filming of A PAIN IN THE PULLMAN (1936), with photos then and today

Three Stooges Supporting Players, The: Mini-Biographical Profiles
by Journal Staff
Page(s): 11 - 13

Louise Carver, John L. Cason, Nancy Caswell, Connie Cezon, Wheaton Chambers, Eddie Chandler, Lane Chandler

Candid Shemp Photos
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 14

A set (4) of early 1940s candid shots show Shemp clowning around with his wife Babe, and with Moe's son Paul

Bulletin Board
Page(s): 15

Fan classified advertisements

Stooge Trivia
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 15

Trivia Q&A

Three Stooges Filming Locations Book Set For Fall 2012 Release

Jim Pauley's The Three Stooges: Hollywood Filming Locations from Santa Monica Press will be published on November 1, 2012; Jim will do a special presentation based on the book at the Alex Theater's Three Stooges film festival, Glendale CA on November 24

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