Larry Fine & Moe Howard

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Via Francisco Dao In 1999, I decided to leave the headaches of entrepreneurship behind and get a regular Silicon Valley job in an attempt to ride the dot-com wave. My timing was terrible, and by 2001 I had started another company. In that time, however, I learned that the corporate world is comprised of two groups. In one group, there are the entrepreneurs, individuals judged by actual results and forced to live by Yoda's famous line, "Do or do not, there is no try.” Then there are the corporate stooges, for lack of a better term, who are usually judged by their ability to play corporate politics, making nice to their various bosses. Emil Sitka, second from left, is shown in an undated studio handout photo with the Three Stooges, from left, Shemp Howard, Larry Fine and Moe Howard. (AP Photo/Ventura County Star) How a corporate stooge actually performed, or whether or not they produced value, was of little importance. They only had to be good at crafting an appealing image. This is what made entrepreneur ...
Today's AWC: Columbia Pictures released the first Three Stooges short, "Woman Haters," 79 years ago on May 5, 1934. The Stooges had performed on the vaudeville circuit since the 1920s, and had even appeared on screen in the feature film "Soup to Nuts" (with Shemp Howard in the lineup) in 1930. This short marked the first time the Stooges were hired as the stars of a picture, and the first time the immortal lineup of Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Jerry "Curly" Howard comprised the trio on screen. There was still much to be ironed out: The Stooges had different screen names (they were called Jackie, Tom, and Jim); instead of Moe asserting himself as the leader, they were roughly equals; and the whole short was spoken in rhyme as part of Columbia's "Musical Novelty" series. Still, there were signs of what was to come, including the first eye-poke fueled Stooge brawl, and early forms of Curly's "Woowoo!" and "Nyuk nyuk" shtick. Through rotating lineups, the Stooges would perform for another 35 years, making 220 ...
Last Of Stooges, Moe Howard, Dies LOS ANGELES – Moe Howard, the last member of the original Three Stooges comedy team, died last night of lung cancer.  He was 78.   Howard was the mop-haired leader of the slapstick trio, whose bullying bluster invariably received its just desserts in the end from his partners.   Howard was a boyhood friend of comedian Ted Healy and they teamed in a vaudeville act in the early 1920s, which featured Howard heckling Healy from the audience.   Howard’s older brother, Shemp, joined the act in 1925 and the group was expanded shortly after to include Larry Fine, who died late last year.   The group performed under different names, but clicked onthe vaudeville circuit and on Broadway as Ted Healy and His Stooges.   Signed by MGM, the group featured its unique brand of knockabout comedy in a number of movies, beginning with “Soup to Nuts” in 1930 and “Dancing Lady,” which starred Clark Gable and Joan Crawford.   The original group started breaking up, with Shemp ...
The Three Stooges were an American vaudeville and comedy act of the early to mid–twentieth century best known for their numerous short subject films. Their hallmark was physical farce and extreme slapstick. In films, the Stooges were commonly known by their first names: "Moe, Larry, and Curly" or "Moe, Larry, and Shemp," among other lineups. They started as "Ted Healy and his Southern Gentlemen" which comprised Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard. This original trio did one feature film entitled Soup to Nuts after which Shemp left the group to pursue a solo career, and was replaced by his brother Curly Howard. This incarnation of the team was the first to be known on film as The Three Stooges. Shemp rejoined the group after Curly suffered a debilitating stroke in May 1946, reinstating the original lineup until November 1955, when Shemp died of a heart attack. In order to complete four Shemp-era shorts, film actor Joe Palma was used as a temporary body double before Joe Besser became the long-term re ...
1) By what short name were the Secret State Police of Nazi Germany known? 2) What is the most indispensable instrument in astronomy? 3) Alice Sebold wrote which hit novel? 4) Aquamarine is the birthstone for what month? 5) Boxers often suffer from a condition in which their ears are misshapen... what is this called? 6) by what name were Larry Fine, Moe Howard and Curly Howard better known? 7) Chester Bennington is the vocalist in which band? 8) Cirrus or cumulus are examples of...? 9) Dracula suffers from staurophobia, the fear of...? 10) 91.4metres is the longest recorded flight by what?
Now this is important...and I agree!! "Personally, I thought Curly was the greatest because he was a natural comedian who had no formal training. Whatever he did he made up on the spur of the moment." Larry Fine (10/05/1902 – 01/24/1975) US stooge (Also see Moe Howard, Curly Howard)
Did you know that Clara Bow, WC Fields, Moe Howard and Larry Fine all have a Bacon Number of 2?
Jerome Lester "Jerry" Horwitz (Oct 22, 1903 – Jan 18, 1952), better known by his stage name Curley Howard, American comedian and vaudevillian. He was best known as a member of the American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges, along with his older brothers Moe Howard and Shemp Howard, and actor Larry Fine. Curley was generally considered the most popular and recognizable of the Stooges. He was well known for his high-pitched voice, vocal expressions ("nyuk-nyuk-nyuk!", "woo-woo-woo!", "soitenly!" and barking like a dog), as well as his physical comedy, improvisations, and athleticism.[2] An untrained actor, Curley borrowed (and significantly exaggerated) the "woo woo" from "nervous" and soft-spoken comedian Hugh Herbert.[3] Curly's unique version of "woo-woo-woo" was firmly established by the time of the Stooges' second film Punch Drunks in 1934.[2]
very rare photo of Larry Fine and Moe Howard with slicked-back hair; in advertisement via
Moe Howard and Larry Fine of the '3 Stooges' in 1974,probably their last photo together.
One of the last known photos of Moe Howard and Larry Fine. 1974
The two tying and winning enties in the Lamebrain magazine Channing Tatum look-a-like contest. Larry Fine,retired adult film star from Peoria,Il and Moe Howard dancing instructor for morons,hailing from Eyepoke,Iowa. Mr.Fine will donate half his prize money to the Home For Retired Rappers. Mr.Howard was quoted as saying:"Who's Channing Tatum,you numbskull?",then proceeded to slap the interviewer.
Here are a list of write-insI've done over years for elections.Mike Piazza, Howard Stern, Frank Rizzo, Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Curly Howard
Video: The Three Stooges in Orbit: Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Curly-Joe DeRita are out of this world as The Thr...
Moe Howard. Larry Fine. Curley Howard. Shemp Howard. Funniest men to EVER live if you don't think that. You're stupid
Movie Trailer Starring by Moe Howard - Larry Fine - Joe DeRita. Directed by Edward Bernds
our generation grew up watch him & his brother, Moe Howard & friend, Larry Fine. You all know them as - 3 Stooges.
Just watched The Three Stooges (2012). That rumbling sound is the sound of Larry Fine, Moe Howard and Curly Howard turning over in their graves. The Original Three Stooges were funny... this remake is a very poor substitute. These 3 can't hold a candle to the Original Three. Bah!
Congratulatons to Susan F., who was one of 10 people who correctly put the original Stooges in order by their birth years: Shemp Howard - 1895; Moe Howard - 1897; Larry Fine - 1902; Curly Howard - 1903; Joe Besser - 1907; Curly Joe Derita - 1909 Susan wins the last $20 Shop Etc. gift card of the season for Dinner and a Movie. Be sure to stay tuned in early 2013 for news on the return of this great event.
"Hey, are you gonna eat that chicken alone?" - Moe Howard "No, maybe if I wait, I can get some potatoes." - Larry Fine "What kind of potatoes?" - Moe "Mashed!" - Larry "YOU GOT IT - HERE!!" - Moe
Is checking out the new Three Stooges film right now..and oh my gravy is it brilliant. It's like I'm watching the orginal stooges but in the 21st century, but the slapstick they are doing is a true homage to the 30's styles that made the Stooges so amazing during their run from the 34' to 59' and made Moe Howard, Curly Howard & Larry Fine some of the greatest comedians of all time. Abosultely Fantastic Film!!
Moe Howard, Curly Howard, Larry Fine. Wise guy, eh? Don't be a scrooge, laugh at a stooge-three of them in fact-as they clown around in this collection of 21 digitally remastered shorts presented in their original release order on 2 DVDs. 1943-45/b&w/5 hrs., 40 min/NR/fullscreen.
Original opening and end title sequences for the Three Stooges' much-maligned 1965 cartoon series. These had the aging Stooges (by this time, Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Joe De Rita) appearing in live-action wraparounds doing seriously toned-down versions of their trademark schtick. The animation was done by veterans of the DePatie-Freling and UPA studios. The cartoons were syndicated and were shown on various local kids' shows throughout the country. A repackaged half-hour version assembled by Norman Maurer and DiC surfaced in 1992 and aired mainly on WGN Chicago's national cable feed. The cartoons had by then fallen into the public domain and are often found on $1 DVDs. The cartoons are public domain.
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