Sunday, October 1, 2017

This is a complete list of short subjects and feature films that featured The Three Stooges released between 1930 and 1970.

  • Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard appeared in a single feature film with Ted Healy released by Fox Film Corporation entitled Soup to Nuts (1930). Shemp departed the act in 1932 to pursue a solo career and was replaced by younger brother Curly Howard. This incarnation of the team appeared in several shorts and feature films with Healy at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in 1933 and 1934.
  • Moe and Shemp appeared without Larry or Healy in a 1929 Fox Movietone Newsreel.
  • Moe appeared without Larry, Curly, or Healy in the 1933 MGM PSA Give a Man a Job.
  • Moe and Curly appeared without Healy or Larry in the MGM feature film Broadway to Hollywood (1933).
  • Moe and Curly appeared without Healy or Larry in the MGM short subject Jail Birds of Paradise (1934).
  • Curly appeared in the MGM short subject Roast Beef and Movies (1934) without Healy, Moe, or Larry.
  • Larry and Healy appeared without Moe or Curly in the MGM feature Stage Mother (1933).
  • Curly and Healy appeared without Moe or Larry in the MGM feature Operator 13 (1934).

Moe, Larry and Curly left Healy in 1934 and moved to Columbia Pictures to begin their successful series of 190 shorts, with their contract extended each year until the final one expired on December 31, 1957. The final 8 of the 16 shorts with Joe Besser were released afterwards over the next 1â…" years. It is for these 190 short films, which have appeared on television in steady rotation since 1958, that the Stooges are best known. These films appear on this list in numbered format. The Stooges would continue afterwards with Moe, Larry, and Joe DeRita (as "Curly Joe"), and make several full-length feature films between 1959 and 1970.

Key



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AAN = Nominated for an Academy Award
= utilized footage from previous Stooge films
† = currently in public domain
^ = filmed after Curly Howard's initial stroke
^^ = filmed after Shemp Howard's death (see "Fake Shemp")
§ = denotes a cameo appearance or supporting role
~ = originally intended to be a television pilot
Ñ‚ = television series



1930 - 1933 - 1934 - 1935 - 1936 - 1937 - 1938 - 1939
1940 - 1941 - 1942 - 1943 - 1944 - 1945 - 1946 - 1947 - 1948 - 1949
1950 - 1951 - 1952 - 1953 - 1954 - 1955 - 1956 - 1957 - 1958 - 1959
1960 - 1961 - 1962 - 1963 - 1965 - 1968
1970

Ted Healy and His Stooges



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Moe, Larry and Shemp

1930

  • Soup to Nuts (September 28)

Moe, Larry and Curly

1933

  • Screen Snapshots Series 13 #5 (May 10)
  • The Prizefighter and the Lady (May 27) (scene deleted) §
  • Nertsery Rhymes (July 6)
  • Beer and Pretzels (August 26)
  • Hello Pop! (September 16)
  • Plane Nuts (October 14)
  • Meet the Baron (October 20) §
  • Dancing Lady (November 24) §
  • Myrt and Marge (December 4) §

1934

  • Fugitive Lovers (January 5) §
  • Hollywood on Parade # B-9 (Mar 30)
  • The Big Idea (May 12)
  • Hollywood Party (June 1) §

1964

  • MGM's Big Parade of Comedy - Compilation movie featuring clips from Hollywood Party.

The Three Stooges: Moe, Larry and Curly



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1933

  • Movietone News (May 27)
  • Turn Back the Clock (August 25) §

1934

  • 001 Woman Haters (May 5)
  • 002 Punch Drunks (July 13)
  • 003 Men in Black (September 28) AAN
  • Screen Snapshots Series 14 #1 (September 29)
  • Screen Snapshots Series 14 #2 (October 26)
  • The Captain Hates the Sea (November 28) §
  • 004 Three Little Pigskins (December 8)

1935

  • 005 Horses' Collars (January 10)
  • 006 Restless Knights (February 20)
  • Screen Snapshots Series 14 #6 (February 22)
  • 007 Pop Goes the Easel (March 29)
  • 008 Uncivil Warriors (April 26)
  • 009 Pardon My Scotch (August 1)
  • 010 Hoi Polloi (August 29)
  • 011 Three Little Beers (November 28)

1936

  • 012 Ants in the Pantry (February 6)
  • 013 Movie Maniacs (February 20)
  • Screen Snapshots Series 15 #7 (February 28)
  • 014 Half-Shot Shooters (April 30)
  • 015 Disorder in the Court (May 30) †
  • 016 A Pain in the Pullman (June 27)
  • 017 False Alarms (August 16)
  • 018 Whoops, I'm an Indian! (September 11)
  • 019 Slippery Silks (December 27)

1937

  • 020 Grips, Grunts and Groans (January 13)
  • 021 Dizzy Doctors (March 19)
  • 022 3 Dumb Clucks (April 17)
  • 023 Back to the Woods (May 14)
  • 024 Goofs and Saddles (July 2)
  • 025 Cash and Carry (September 3)
  • 026 Playing the Ponies (October 15)
  • Surprise, Surprise - Columbia newsreel (October 31)
  • 027 The Sitter Downers (November 26)

1938

  • 028 Termites of 1938 (January 7)
  • 029 Wee Wee Monsieur (February 18)
  • Start Cheering (March 3) §
  • 030 Tassels in the Air (April 1)
  • 031 Healthy, Wealthy and Dumb (May 20)
  • 032 Violent Is the Word for Curly (July 2)
  • 033 Three Missing Links (July 29)
  • 034 Mutts to You (October 14)
  • 035 Flat Foot Stooges (December 5)

1939

  • 036 Three Little Sew and Sews (January 6)
  • 037 We Want Our Mummy (February 24)
  • 038 A Ducking They Did Go (April 7)
  • Screen Snapshots Series 18 #9 (May 12)
  • 039 Yes, We Have No Bonanza (May 19)
  • 040 Saved by the Belle (June 30)
  • 041 Calling All Curs (August 25)
  • 042 Oily to Bed, Oily to Rise (October 6)
  • 043 Three Sappy People (December 1)

1940

  • 044 You Nazty Spy! (January 19)
  • Screen Snapshots Series 19 #5 (February 23)
  • 045 Rockin' thru the Rockies (March 8)
  • Screen Snapshots Series 19 #6 (March 29)
  • 046 A Plumbing We Will Go (April 19)
  • 047 Nutty but Nice (June 1)
  • 048 How High Is Up? (July 26)
  • 049 From Nurse to Worse (August 23)
  • 050 No Census, No Feeling (October 4)
  • 051 Cookoo Cavaliers (November 15)
  • Screen Snapshots Series 20 #3 (November 22)
  • 052 Boobs in Arms (December 27)

1941

  • 053 So Long Mr. Chumps (February 7)
  • 054 Dutiful But Dumb (March 21)
  • 055 All the World's a Stooge (May 16)
  • Time Out for Rhythm (June 5)
  • 056 I'll Never Heil Again (July 4)
  • 057 An Ache in Every Stake (August 22)
  • 058 In the Sweet Pie and Pie (October 16)
  • Screen Snapshots Series 21 #3 (November 7)
  • 059 Some More of Samoa (December 4)

1942

  • 060 Loco Boy Makes Good (January 8)
  • 061 Cactus Makes Perfect (February 26)
  • 062 What's the Matador? (April 23)
  • 063 Matri-Phony (July 2)
  • 064 Three Smart Saps (July 30)
  • 065 Even as IOU (September 18)
  • My Sister Eileen (September 24) §
  • 066 Sock-a-Bye Baby (November 13)

1943

  • 067 They Stooge to Conga (January 1)
  • 068 Dizzy Detectives (February 5)
  • Screen Snapshots Series 22 #8 (March 31)
  • 069 Spook Louder (April 2)
  • 070 Back from the Front (May 28)
  • Good Luck, Mr. Yates (June 29) (scene deleted) §
  • 071 Three Little Twirps (July 9)
  • 072 Higher Than a Kite (July 30)
  • 073 I Can Hardly Wait (August 13)
  • 074 Dizzy Pilots (September 24)
  • 075 Phony Express (November 18)
  • 076 A Gem of a Jam (December 30)

1944

  • 077 Crash Goes the Hash (February 4)
  • 078 Busy Buddies (March 18)
  • 079 The Yoke's on Me (May 26)
  • 080 Idle Roomers (July 15)
  • 081 Gents Without Cents (September 22)
  • 082 No Dough Boys (November 24)

1945

  • 083 Three Pests in a Mess (January 19)
  • 084 Booby Dupes (March 17)
  • Screen Snapshots (April)
  • Rockin' in the Rockies (April 17)
  • 085 Idiots Deluxe (July 20)
  • 086 If a Body Meets a Body (August 30) ^
  • 087 Micro-Phonies (November 15) ^

1946

  • 088 Beer Barrel Polecats (January 10) ^
  • 089 A Bird in the Head (February 28) ^
  • Swing Parade of 1946 (March 16) †
  • 090 Uncivil War Birds (March 29) ^
  • 091 The Three Troubledoers (April 25) ^
  • 092 Monkey Businessmen (June 20) ^
  • 093 Three Loan Wolves (July 4) ^
  • 094 G.I. Wanna Home (September 5) ^
  • 095 Rhythm and Weep (October 3) ^
  • 096 Three Little Pirates (December 5) ^

1947

  • 097 Half-Wits Holiday (January 9) ^

1960

  • Stop! Look! and Laugh! (July 1)

The Three Stooges: Moe, Larry and Shemp



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1947

  • 098 Fright Night (March 6)
  • 099 Out West (April 24)
  • 100 Hold That Lion! (July 17) (Curly Howard in a cameo)
  • 101 Brideless Groom (September 11) †
  • 102 Sing a Song of Six Pants (October 30) †
  • 103 All Gummed Up (December 18)

1948

  • 104 Shivering Sherlocks (January 8)
  • 105 Pardon My Clutch (February 26)
  • 106 Squareheads of the Round Table (March 4)
  • 107 Fiddlers Three (May 6)
  • 108 The Hot Scots (July 8)
  • 109 Heavenly Daze (September 2)
  • 110 I'm a Monkey's Uncle (October 7)
  • 111 Mummy's Dummies (November 4)
  • 112 Crime on Their Hands (December 9)

1949

  • 113 The Ghost Talks (February 3)
  • 114 Who Done It? (March 3)
  • 115 Hokus Pokus (May 5)
  • 116 Fuelin' Around (July 7)
  • 117 Malice in the Palace (September 1) †
  • 118 Vagabond Loafers (October 6)
  • Jerks of All Trades ~ (television series pilot)
  • 119 Dunked in the Deep (November 3)

1950

  • 120 Punchy Cowpunchers (January 5)
  • 121 Hugs and Mugs (February 2)
  • 122 Dopey Dicks (March 2)
  • 123 Love at First Bite (May 4)
  • 124 Self-Made Maids (July 6)
  • 125 Three Hams on Rye (September 7)
  • 126 Studio Stoops (October 5)
  • 127 Slaphappy Sleuths (November 9)
  • 128 A Snitch in Time (December 7)

1951

  • 129 Three Arabian Nuts (January 4)
  • 130 Baby Sitters Jitters (February 1)
  • 131 Don't Throw That Knife (May 3)
  • 132 Scrambled Brains (June 7)
  • 133 Merry Mavericks (September 6)
  • Gold Raiders (September 9)
  • 134 The Tooth Will Out (October 4)
  • 135 Hula-La-La (November 1)
  • 136 Pest Man Wins (December 6)

1952

  • 137 A Missed Fortune (January 3)
  • 138 Listen, Judge (March 6)
  • 139 Corny Casanovas (May 1)
  • 140 He Cooked His Goose (July 3)
  • 141 Gents in a Jam (July 4)
  • 142 Three Dark Horses (October 16)
  • 143 Cuckoo on a Choo Choo (December 4)

1953

  • 144 Up in Daisy's Penthouse (February 5)
  • 145 Booty and the Beast (March 5)
  • 146 Loose Loot (April 2)
  • 147 Tricky Dicks (May 7)
  • 148 Spooks! (July 15) (first flat widescreen short)
  • 149 Pardon My Backfire (August 15)
  • 150 Rip, Sew and Stitch (September 3)
  • 151 Bubble Trouble (October 8)
  • 152 Goof on the Roof (December 3)

1954

  • 153 Income Tax Sappy (February 4)
  • 154 Musty Musketeers (May 13)
  • 155 Pals and Gals (June 3)
  • 156 Knutzy Knights (September 2)
  • 157 Shot in the Frontier (October 7)
  • 158 Scotched in Scotland (November 4)

1955

  • 159 Fling in the Ring (January 6)
  • 160 Of Cash and Hash (February 3)
  • 161 Gypped in the Penthouse (March 10)
  • 162 Bedlam in Paradise (April 14)
  • 163 Stone Age Romeos (June 2)
  • 164 Wham-Bam-Slam! (September 1)
  • 165 Hot Ice (October 6)
  • 166 Blunder Boys (November 3)

1956

  • 167 Husbands Beware (January 5)
  • 168 Creeps (February 2)
  • 169 Flagpole Jitters (April 5)
  • 170 For Crimin' Out Loud (May 3)
  • 171 Rumpus in the Harem (June 21) ^^
  • 172 Hot Stuff (September 6) ^^
  • 173 Scheming Schemers (October 4) ^^
  • 174 Commotion on the Ocean (November 8) ^^

The Three Stooges: Moe, Larry and Joe



1957

  • 175 Hoofs and Goofs (January 31)
  • 176 Muscle Up a Little Closer (February 28)
  • 177 A Merry Mix Up (March 28)
  • 178 Space Ship Sappy (April 18)
  • 179 Guns a Poppin (June 13)
  • 180 Horsing Around (September 12)
  • 181 Rusty Romeos (October 17)
  • 182 Outer Space Jitters (December 5)

1958

  • 183 Quiz Whizz (February 13)
  • 184 Fifi Blows Her Top (April 10)
  • 185 Pies and Guys (June 12)
  • 186 Sweet and Hot (September 4)
  • 187 Flying Saucer Daffy (October 9)
  • 188 Oil's Well That Ends Well (December 4)

1959

  • 189 Triple Crossed (February 2)
  • 190 Sappy Bull Fighters (June 4)

All 190 Columbia short films were released in the DVD series The Three Stooges Collection. The series includes seven 2-disc volumes and one 3-disc volume. Volume Seven features 3D glasses for the shorts Spooks! and Pardon My Backfire.

The Three Stooges: Larry, Moe and Curly Joe



1959

  • Have Rocket -- Will Travel (August 1)
  • News of the Day - Days Are Flying 'Til Christmas (MGM newsreel) (December 1)

1960

  • The Three Stooges Scrapbook ~

1961

  • Fox Movietone News - Return to Peyton Place (May 2)
  • Snow White and the Three Stooges (June 21)

1962

  • The Three Stooges Meet Hercules (January 26)
  • The Three Stooges in Orbit (July 4)

1963

  • The Three Stooges Go Around the World in a Daze (August 21)
  • It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (November 7) §
  • 4 for Texas (December 18) §

1965

  • The Outlaws IS Coming! (January 14)
  • The New 3 Stooges (September 1965 â€" October 1966) † Ñ‚

1968

  • Star Spangled Salesman (February 9) §

1970

  • Kook's Tour (February 5) † ~

Full-Length Feature Films



Joe Besser never appeared with the Stooges in a feature film.

Three feature-length Columbia releases were actually packages of older Columbia shorts. Columbia Laff Hour (introduced in 1956) was a random assortment that included the Stooges among other Columbia comedians like Andy Clyde, Hugh Herbert, and Vera Vague; the content and length varied from one theater to the next. Three Stooges Fun-o-Rama (introduced in 1959) was an all-Stooges show capitalizing on their TV fame, again with shorts chosen at random for individual theaters. The Three Stooges Follies (1974) was similar to Laff Hour, with a trio of Stooge comedies augmented by Buster Keaton and Vera Vague shorts, a Batman serial chapter, and a Kate Smith musical.

External links



  • Threestooges.net
  • Stoogeworld.com
  • Official Three Stooges site, sanctioned by Comedy III
  • The Three Stooges on Crackle


 
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