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"What's that?" "Fillet of sole and heel." - Moe & Curly (PAIN IN THE PULLMAN, A, 1936)

Stooge Routines

The Team Stooge members have cataloged 326 different routines that the Stooges used more than once in their feature films and short subjects. In the list below, you will find descriptions of the routines and the episodes where the Stooges used them. Click on the routine name to show or hide the description and list of episodes.

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Fake beard & hat disguise
Fake phone call
Falling chandelier
Falling luggage pile
Falling Through a Triple Bunkbed
Feel that muscle
Feet stuck in watermelons
Feet-tickling during sleep
Fighting a spirit/monster
Fighting In The Dark
Fighting over the door
File cabinet trouble
Filet of sole and heel
Fishing in a fish tank
Flip a Piece of Fruit in Their Mouth
Flying tree log
Flypaper stuck on face
Food Fight
Fresh air

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