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The Three Stooges Journal - Issue No. 27

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MARCH-APRIL 1984   -   Editor: Moe Feinberg

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Club News
by Moe Feinberg
Page(s): 1 - 2
  • Miscellaneous Stooges sightings by fans
  • Larry: The Stooge in the Middle by Moe Feinberg will be available summer 1984
  • Video Movies # 3 will publish an article on the Stooges' shorts, by William K. Everson, and May 1984's Video will feature an article titled "Thre Stooges: Wise Guys, Eh?"

Bad Habits
by Norman Dog
Page(s): 3
Source: East Bay (SF CA) Express
Satirical cartoon, "The Inquiring Cartoonist! Today Asking: Which of the Three Stooges Is Your Favorite?"

by Mark Gilman, Jr.
Page(s): 4 - 5
Press release for the Stooges documentary, THE FUNNIEST GUYS IN THE WORLD: 50 YEARS WITH THE STOOGES

Dear Mr. Moe Feinberg
by John Craig and Teri Shook
Page(s): 6
Letter to the Fan Club, requesting that Cleveland OH be classified as a 3 Stooges Capitol of the World

Bulletin Board
Page(s): 7
Fan classified advertisements

Original Fan Cartoons
by Dave Stuckey and Bernie Hogya
Page(s): 8
Fan cartoon submissions

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