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Hij werd gevolgd door Samuel, die doorgaans Sam werd genoemd. Hun moeder, die een dik accent had, sprak die naam echter uit als Shemp.
Moe en Shemp werden in lid van een komische vaudevilleact die werd geleid door hun jeugdvriend Ted Healy Healy en zijn gezelschap traden op onder verschillende namen, zoals Ted Healy and His Racketeers en Ted Healy and His Southern Gentlemen.
Ook de samenstelling wisselde nogal eens. In maakten Healy en zijn gezelschap onder de naam Ted Healy and His Stooges hun filmdebuut in de film Soup to Nuts.
De Stooges waren op dat moment Moe Howard, Shemp Howard, de voormalige vaudevilleviolist Larry Fine eigenlijk Louis Feinberg en Fred Sanborn De samenwerking tussen Healy en zijn Stooges verliep moeizaam, vooral omdat Healy aan de drank was.
In braken Moe, Shemp en Larry Sanborn had toen al afgehaakt met Healy. Zij traden korte tijd op als Howard, Fine, and Howard.
Healy ging op tournee met een nieuwe groep Stooges. In werd de breuk tussen Healy en de oorspronkelijke Stooges gelijmd, maar kort daarop besloot Shemp de act te verlaten.
Zo is Shemp te zien in Pittsburgh , een film waarin Marlene Dietrich en John Wayne de hoofdrollen spelen.
He also became a lightweight boxer, fighting for cash, per The Three Stooges Scrapbook. In , Larry was playing a musical comedy act in Chicago when he came across Ted Healy.
Healy happened to be playing the same venue and got a look at Larry's show. Larry's bit was good, so good that Ted invited him to become one of his stooges, joining Moe and Moe's brother, Shemp.
What formed was a lasting friendship between Moe and Larry that lasted the next half-century. While not technically a member of the Three Stooges, Ted Healy gave them their start, so his story is worth mentioning here.
Besides, Healy is too tragic and salacious a character not to discuss. Born in Texas, Healy was a talented comedian, actor, and vaudeville performer who had a successful career —- he even influenced legendary comedian Bob Hope, according to Empire.
But Healy was a mean drunk. His on-stage act of verbally or physically assaulting his stooges wasn't too far from the real-life truth.
Shemp was so sick of Healy's drunkenness that he quit and went out on his own. When the stooges were offered a contract that didn't include Healy, the former star allegedly completely lost it, threatening to bomb theaters showing the Three Stooges, although this is disputed in Healy's biography Nobody's Stooge.
Three years later, Healy was doing fine without the Three Stooges. His new film The Hollywood Hotel had a successful premiere, and he went out that night for some drinks at the Trocadero night club in Los Angeles.
Shortly thereafter, Healy wound up in his hotel room, beaten to a pulp. The next morning, he was dead. Albert "Cubby" Broccoli, a filmmaker connected to the infamous mobster Lucky Luciano, admitted to getting in a fight outside the Trocadero with Healy that night.
Precisely what happened and whether Healy was murdered remains a mystery, but his influence on the Three Stooges remains a lasting part of their legacy.
When Shemp left, Moe's brother Jerome was brought in to try out. The thing was, like a ripped Carrot Top, Jerome didn't look funny. Jerome, who went by Jerry, had brownish-red hair and a handlebar mustache, and Healy didn't think people would laugh at him.
It didn't help that his own brother thought he had "no talent whatsoever," according to Empire. But Jerry was determined and shaved his head bald right in front of the guys.
In , the Stooges lost some key players at Columbia Pictures. The studio decided to downsize its short-subject division, resulting in producer Hugh McCollum being discharged and director Edward Bernds resigning out of loyalty to McCollum.
Bernds had been contemplating his resignation for some time, as he and Jules White were often at odds. Screenwriter Elwood Ullman followed suit, leaving only White to both produce and direct the Stooges' remaining Columbia comedies.
DVD Talk critic Stuart Galbraith IV commented that "the Stooges' shorts became increasingly mechanical In another cost-cutting measure, White would create a "new" Stooge short by borrowing footage from old ones, setting it in a slightly different storyline and filming a few new scenes often with the same actors in the same costumes.
White was initially very subtle when recycling older footage: he would reuse only a single sequence of old film, re-edited so cleverly that it was not easy to detect.
White came to rely so much on older material that he could film the "new" shorts in a single day. New footage filmed in order to link older material suffered from White's wooden directing style and penchant for telling his actors how to act.
Shemp, in particular, disliked working with White after Three years after Curly's death, Shemp died of a heart attack at age 60 on November 22, during a taxi ride home with a friend after attending a boxing match.
Moe was stunned and contemplated disbanding the Stooges. However, Cohn reminded him that the team owed Columbia four additional films with Shemp. Recycled footage, combined with new footage utilizing Columbia supporting player Joe Palma see also Fake Shemp as Shemp's double, filmed from behind, was used to complete the last four films originally planned with Shemp: Rumpus in the Harem , Hot Stuff , Scheming Schemers and Commotion on the Ocean all released in After Shemp's death, Moe and Larry were again in need of a third Stooge.
Several comedians were considered, including noted African-American actor Mantan Moreland ,  but Columbia insisted on a comedian already under contract.
Besser had been starring in his own short-subject comedies for the studio since and appeared in supporting roles in a variety of movies, making his persona sufficiently well known.
Besser had noted how one side of Larry Fine's face appeared "calloused",  so he had a clause in his contract specifically prohibiting him from being hit beyond an infrequent tap though this restriction was later lifted.
Besser was the only Stooge other than Curly who dared to hit Moe back in retaliation. Despite Besser's prolific film and stage career, Stooge entries featuring him have often been tagged as the team's weakest.
Besser was a talented comic, and was quite popular as "Stinky" on The Abbott and Costello Show. However, his whining mannerisms and lack of slapstick punishment against him did not quite blend with the Stooges' brand of humor,  though his presence did create a verbal friction between Moe and Larry that improved their mutually insulting banter.
Both Moe and Jules White approved of the idea, but used it sparingly in order to match the old footage in films that were remakes.
Despite their lukewarm reception, the Besser shorts did have their comedic moments. In general, the remakes had the traditional Stooges knockabout look and feel, such as 's Pies and Guys a scene-for-scene remake of Half-Wits Holiday , which itself was a reworking of the earlier Hoi Polloi , Guns a Poppin , Rusty Romeos and Triple Crossed A Merry Mix Up also and Oil's Well That Ends Well are also amusing, while the musical Sweet and Hot deserves some credit for straying from the norm.
The American space craze also led to three entries focusing on space travel: Space Ship Sappy , Outer Space Jitters both and Flying Saucer Daffy Columbia was the last studio still producing live-action and two-reel short films other studios were still making animated one-reelers well into the s, but the Stooges' last live-action competition, one-reel series Joe McDoakes , had ended its run in , and the market for such films had all but dried up.
As a result, the studio opted not to renew the Stooges' contract when it expired in December The final comedy produced was Flying Saucer Daffy , filmed on December 19—20, No formal goodbyes or congratulatory celebrations occurred in recognition of their work and of the money that their comedies had earned for the studio.
Moe visited Columbia several weeks after the dismissal to say goodbye to several executives. But without the current year's studio pass, Moe was refused entry, later stating that it was a crushing blow to his pride.
The studio had enough completed Stooge films to be released over the next 18 months, though not in the order in which they were produced.
The final Stooge release, Sappy Bull Fighters , did not reach theaters until June 4, With no active contract in place, Moe and Larry discussed plans for a personal appearance tour.
In the meantime, Besser's wife suffered a minor heart attack and he preferred to stay local, leading him to withdraw from the act.
After Besser's departure, Moe and Larry began looking for potential replacements. Larry suggested former Ted Healy stooge Paul "Mousie" Garner , but based on his tryout performance, Moe later remarked that he was "completely unacceptable".
Weeks later, Larry came across burlesque performer Joe DeRita , and thought he would be a good fit. The early days of television provided movie studios a place to unload a backlog of short films that they thought otherwise unmarketable, and the Stooge films seemed perfect for the burgeoning genre.
ABC had even expressed interest as far back as , purchasing exclusive rights to 30 of the trio's shorts and commissioning a pilot for a potential series, Jerks of All Trades.
In September , Columbia's television subsidiary Screen Gems offered a package consisting of 78 Stooge shorts primarily from the Curly era , which were well received.
With so many films available for broadcast, daily television airings provided heavy exposure aimed squarely at children.
Parents who had grown up seeing the same films in the theaters began to watch alongside their children and, before long, Howard, Fine and DeRita were in high demand.
This lineup, now frequently referred to as "Larry, Moe and Curly Joe," starred in six full-length feature films from to Have Rocket, Will Travel , Snow White and the Three Stooges , The Three Stooges Meet Hercules , The Three Stooges in Orbit , The Three Stooges Go Around the World in a Daze and The Outlaws IS Coming!
The films were aimed at the kiddie-matinee market, and most were black-and-white farce outings in the Stooge tradition, with the exception of Snow White and the Three Stooges , a children's fantasy in color.
They also appeared in an extremely brief cameo as firemen a role that Larry, Moe, and Shemp had also played in the pre-"Three Stooges" film Soup to Nuts in in the film It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World , and in a larger capacity that same year in 4 for Texas starring Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin.
Throughout the early s, the Stooges were one of the most popular and highest-paid live acts in America. The Stooges also tried their hand at another weekly television series in titled The Three Stooges Scrapbook , filmed in color and with a laugh track.
The first episode, "Home Cooking", featured the boys rehearsing for a new television show. Like Jerks of All Trades in , the pilot did not sell.
However, Norman Maurer was able to reuse the footage reprocessed in black and white for the first ten minutes of The Three Stooges in Orbit. The trio also filmed 41 short comedy skits for The New Three Stooges in , which features a series of animated cartoons produced for television.
The Stooges appeared in live-action color footage, which preceded and followed each animated adventure in which they voiced their respective characters.
During this period, The Stooges appeared on numerous television shows including The Steve Allen Show , Here's Hollywood , Masquerade Party , The Ed Sullivan Show , Danny Thomas Meets the Comics , The Joey Bishop Show ,  Off to See the Wizard and Truth or Consequences.
In late , Howard, Fine and DeRita began production on another half-hour pilot, this time for a syndicated episode TV series titled Kook's Tour ,  a combination travelogue-sitcom that had the "retired" Stooges traveling to various parts of the world with the episodes filmed on location.
On January 9, , during production of the pilot, Larry suffered a paralyzing stroke , ending his acting career along with plans for the television series.
The pilot was unfinished and several key shots were missing, but producer Norman Maurer edited the available footage and made the pilot a minute special that was released to the Cartrivision videocassette home video market in Following Larry Fine's stroke, plans were made for Emil Sitka to replace him in a new feature film, written by Moe Howard's grandson, Jeffrey Scott [Maurer], titled Make Love, Not War.
Moe Howard, Joe DeRita and Emil Sitka were cast as POWs in a World War II Japanese prison camp, plotting an escape with fellow prisoners. The film would have been a departure from typical Stooge fare, with dark-edged humor and scenes of war violence, but insufficient funding prevented production from advancing beyond the script stage.
Also in , Joe DeRita recruited vaudeville veterans Frank Mitchell and Mousie Garner to tour as The New Three Stooges. The act fared poorly with minimal bookings.
For the next several years, Moe appeared regularly on talk shows and did speaking engagements at colleges, while DeRita quietly retired.
Larry suffered another stroke in mid-December , and four weeks later an even more massive one. After slipping into a coma, he died a week later from a cerebral hemorrhage on January 24, Before Larry's death, the Stooges were scheduled to co-star in the R-rated film Blazing Stewardesses , featuring Moe and Curly Joe with Emil Sitka in the middle spot as Harry, Larry's brother.
The team was signed and publicity shots were taken, but one week prior to March's filming date, Moe was diagnosed with lung cancer and the Stooges had to back out; he died on May 4, Producer Sam Sherman briefly considered having former Stooge Joe Besser appear in his place, but ultimately decided against it.
The characters of Moe, Larry, and Curly made us laugh. They were prolific producers of short comedy films — at their peak, they produced eight shorts every year!
The dynamic trio originally got their start as stooges Moe Howard, Shemp Howard, and Larry Fine for Ted Healy.
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Show HTML View more styles. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Sean Hayes Larry Will Sasso Curly Chris Diamantopoulos Moe Jane Lynch Lydia Jennifer Hudson Sister Rosemary Craig Bierko Mac Stephen Collins Harter Larry David Sister Mary-Mengele Kirby Heyborne Teddy Carly Craig Harter Kate Upton Sister Bernice Marianne Leone Sister Ricarda Brian Doyle-Murray Monsignor Ratliffe Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino Edit Storyline Left on the doorstep of an orphanage run by nuns at birth, three friends Moe, Larry and Curly spend their time eye poking and slapping each other all the day long.Da Columbia noch Black Lightning Cast Kurzfilme in Reserve hatte, erschien der Zu den herausragenden Filmen dieser Phase zählten Fright NightShemp Howards FavoritBrideless GroomSquareheads of the Round TableWho Done It? Vormerken Ignorieren Zur Liste Kommentieren.
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