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The Three Stooges Journal - Issue No. 96

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WINTER 2000   -   Editor: Gary Lassin

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Curly Howard, BOOBY DUPES (1945) publicity shot
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Stooge Trivia
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 2
Trivia questions

News Flashes...
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 3
  • Three Stooges inducted into the B-Movie Hall of Fame
  • C3 Entertainment contracts with Global Icons to handle Three Stooges licensing
  • A stop-motion, animated Three Stooges series is being promoted for TV execs, with a pilot episode produced by George Paige & Assoc.

by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 3
Ann Doran, Steve Allen, Muriel Evans

GoodTimes Releases More Videos
by Brent Seguine
Page(s): 3
Some new titles from GoodTimes contain some rare footage new to video

2000 Fan Club Meeting, The: A Look Back
by Ginny Goldstein
Page(s): 4
Ginny recounts the experience of her first Three Stooges fan get-together

Three Stooges Film Music Identified 1950 - 1954, The
by Richard Finegan
Page(s): 5
History, analysis and credits to music heard in the Stooges short subjects of 1950 - 1954

Shemp Howard Meets the Lone Wolf
by Richard Finegan
Page(s): 5
Previously undocumented Shemp Howard feature film credit found, THE LONE WOLF MEETS A LADY (1940 Columbia)

We Stooge to Cameras, OR, Shooting the Stooges (With Cameras That Is)
by Jay Golnick
Page(s): 6
Jay suggests building your own Stooges photo collection, with a camera and your TV

How Much Did Supporting Players Get Paid?
by Ed Shifres
Page(s): 6
Source: The Columbia Comedy Shorts, by Ted Okuda, pp. 49 - 50
Columbia salary data for the Stooges' supporting players

Candid Photos
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 7
  • "Moe, Larry and Curly Joe clown around with a group of newspaper delivery boys, early 1960s"
  • "Moe, Larry and Shemp on the road with the Morton Downey Camp Show, 1952"

Three Stooges Supporting Players: Mini-Biographical Profiles, The
by Ed Shifres
Page(s): 8 - 9
Babe London, Walter Long, Ted Lorch, Lucille Lund

Look at Ann Doran (1911 - 2000), A
by Steve Randisi
Page(s): 10, cont. on 14
Career overview and tribute to Ann Doran

Business, Organizational Behavior, and The Three Stooges
by Joseph C. Dobson and Ronald J. Bauerly
Page(s): 11 - 12, cont. on 14
Source: Originally presented to the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences
The authors discuss how film clips of the Stooges can be used as an educational training tool in the field of organizational behavior

Rare Collectibles
by Gary Lassin
Page(s): 13
  • (photo) "An extremely rare Three Stooges hat, made by Clinton Mfg. Co. in 1959"
  • (photo) "An unusual set of Three Stooges Little League baseball pins, issued in 1989 by the Michigan Little League District 5"

Stooges' Slot Machine Signals Bid to Expand
by John Grochowski
Page(s): 14
Source: The Chicago Sun-Times
Columnist discusses Shufflemaster's use of the Three Stooges to expand their brand in casinos

Bulletin Board
Page(s): 15
Fan classified advertisements

Fine Shrine, A
by Ed Condran
Page(s): 16
Source: The Asbury Park (NJ) Press
Larry's birthplace, now doing business as Jon's Bar & Grille

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