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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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Hair standing up on end
Hanging on the edge of spears or bayonettes
Hard head
Head caught
Head in bucket of water
Head-butting an animal
Heads or tails
Henna color at all
Hiding in a lion den
Hit in face repeatedly
Hit Me On The Head/I''m Not Normal
Hit with a pie while singing
Hitler-like Dictator
Hitting another Stooge with duffel bag
Hitting Moe with musical instruments
Holding hands under table or covers
Hot stake better than cold chop, A
Hot turkey on Larry''s back
How Much Would You Charge To Haunt A House?
Human calculator
Human disguising as a chair

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