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The Three Stooges Journal - Issue No. 60

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WINTER 1991   -   Editor: Gary Lassin

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Plans Announced for 1992 Convention
by Gary Lassin and Frank Reighter
Page(s): 1
Tentative plans for the 6th Annual Three Stooges Convention, July 17 - 19 in Trevose PA

Convention in Maine to Feature Adam West
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 1
1992 Maine Three Stooges Convention for the American Cancer Society, April 11 - 12 in Lewiston ME

From the Mailbag
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 3 - 4
  • Miscellaneous Stooges sightings by fans
  • Emil Sitka recovering well from a stroke suffered during filming of THE NUTTY NUT
  • Commemorative plaque by Todd Bolton, dedicated at Larry's birthplace, 3rd & South Sts., Philadelphia PA
  • ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT ran a tribute segment to Shemp Howard in August, narrated and produced by Leonard Maltin
  • Three Stooges film festival held in Akron OH, Sept. 7 - 9, with a Saturday pie fight event
  • August/September issue of Filmfax has two Stooges-related articles: an interview with BLAZING STEWARDESSES producer Sam Sherman, discussing his failed plans to have the Stooges appear in that film; and an interview with Les "Izzy" Mohr, a Columbia production manager on Jules White's staff
  • TBS ran a "Three Stooges Fright Night" prime time special on November 1; plans a December 27 prime time special of features and shorts

Stooge Trivia Test
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 4
Trivia questions

Legacy of The Three Stooges Lives on in Westminster
by Nancy Luse
Page(s): 4
Source: Frederick (MD) Post
Profile of Jane Howard Hanky, Curly's younger daughter

Look at, A: Gene Roth
by Mike Parker
Page(s): 5
Mini-biography, and review of Gene Roth's work with The Three Stooges

Ted Healy Update
by Richard Finegan
Page(s): 6, cont. on 14
Corrections and updates to Ted Healy's film credits, with the Stooges and solo: HOLLYWOOD ON PARADE (1934), LA FIESTA DE SANTA BARBARA (1935), SCREEN SNAPSHOTS Series 21 # 2 (1941), and projects planned at the time of his death

Video Review: Stooges Home Movies
by Richard J. Kunkel
Page(s): 7
Discussion of rare Stooges footage circulating on the collectors' market

More on... SOUP TO NUTS
by Jim Shemansky
Page(s): 7, cont. on 14
Rube Goldberg comments in the December 1930 issue of Photoplay imply that there was additional unreleased footage for SOUP TO NUTS

Besser / DeRita Radio Appearances, The
by Mike Eder
Page(s): 8 - 9
Discussion of 1940s radio appearances of Joe Besser and Joe DeRita

Pastor Gets Kick Out of Moe
by Associated Press
Page(s): 10
Source: Hagerstown (MD) Herald-Mail
Profile of Stooges fan Kenneth Heath, a Baptist minister and Moe Howard impersonator

Rare Photo
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 11
"Moe, Larry and Curly [with child actress Edith Fellows] in a 1937 publicity shot promoting Pillsbury's Moving Picture Machine"

Collecting the NEW 3 STOOGES on Videocassette
by Brian Kirkpatrick
Page(s): 12
THE NEW 3 STOOGES (1965) are available on VHS from several distributors

For Collectors Only
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 13
Newly licensed merchandise includes t-shirts, wall/desk clock, and banks

Bulletin Board
Page(s): 14 - 15
Fan classified advertisements

Origin of Pie Throwing, The
by Jim Shemansky
Page(s): 16
The Sennett and Keystone origins of pie fights

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