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The Three Stooges Journal - Issue No. 34

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MAY-JUNE 1985   -   Editor: Moe Feinberg

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Club News
by Moe Feinberg
Page(s): 1 - 2
  • Miscellaneous Stooges sightings by fans
  • Moe Feinberg personal and TV appearances to promote his book Larry, the Stooge in the Middle
  • Autographed copies of Joe Besser's autobiography Not Just a Stooge still available

For Autographed Copies of...
Page(s): 3
Source: Fans for Hope
Order form for autographed copies of The Three Stooges Book of Scripts, by Joan Howard Maurer; proceeds to go to City of Hope for cancer research

Tribute to Jules White, A (1900 - 1985)
by Steve Cox
Page(s): 4 - 5
Tribute to Jules White, who died April 30, 1985

Finally... A Book on Curly / The Stooges Win an Emmy?
by Steve Cox
Page(s): 6
  • Joan Howard Maurer's biography of her Uncle Curly will be published in October
  • Moe's grandson, Jeffrey Scott [Maurer], nominated as writer in the Outstanding Animated Program category for MUPPET BABIES
  • Steve Allen Emmy-nominated for narrating STOOGE SNAPSHOTS: 50 YEARS WITH THE FUNNIEST GUYS IN THE WORLD

Bulletin Board
Page(s): 7
Fan classified advertisements

Cartoon Page
by Lee Solomon
Page(s): 8
Original "The Three Stooges" comic strip

Page(s): 9
Order information for 1985 Three Stooges sticker card set, and t-shirts

Three Stooges' Eye-Poke, The: Too Violent for New York's Youth
by William Power
Page(s): 10
Source: The Wall Street Journal
WPIX New York censors the eye-poke from the Three Stooges comedies

Page(s): 10
Recent "Ziggy" and "Willy 'N Ethel" comic strip references to the Stooges

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