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The Three Stooges

"The Three Stooges" are an American Vaudeville comedy act of
the early to middle Twentieth Century. They were known for
humorous short subject films. They were a physical slapstick
comedy act with quick one-liners thrown in periodically,
coupled with outrageous storylines.

The Three Stooges where usually called by their first names:
"Larry, Moe, and Curly" and "Moe, Larry, and Shemp,"
etcetera. In the beginning the act usually had Moe Howard,
Shemp Howard and Larry Fine.

Later, Shemp was replaced with Curly Howard. When Curly had
a debilitating stroke Shemp rejoined the act. When Shemp
died he was replaced by Joe Besser, after Joe Palma, a
stuntman, was used to record several shorts as Shemp. Then
Joe DeRita replaced Joe Besser as Curly.

When Larry suffered a stroke in 1970 he was replaced with
Emil Sitka, but no film was ever made with Emil Sitka in the
role. Larry's stroke in 1970 actually marked the end of the
Three Stooges. Larry died in January 1975 and Moe followed
two short months later, dying from cancer.

The Three Stooges combinations:

Moe Howard and Ted Healy 1922-1923
Moe Howard, Ted Healy, and Shemp Howard 1923
Moe Howard, Ted Healy, Larry Fine, and Shemp Howard 1923-1932
Moe Howard, Ted Healy, Larry Fine, and Curly Howard 1932-1934
Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Curly Howard 1934-1947
Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Shemp Howard 1947-1956
Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Joe Besser 1957-1959
Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Curly Joe DeRita 1958-1975
Moe Howard, Emil Sitka, and Curly Joe DeRita 1975

The humor behind the Three Stooges is that they were
literally three stooges.

Three men with little brains land themselves in situations
that usually ended badly for them, but always in a humorous
way. Throughout the entire episodes the three end up
hitting, slapping, pushing and other various activities such
as you might expect from three little boys in the back seat
of a car. This type of comedy is known as slapstick, and
often had to be performed with the use of stunt doubles to
avoid hurting the actors.

Their other variety of humor was to use quick one-liners
that usually referred to the situation of the person in the
episode and that would be thrown into the mix of physical
violence taking place.

Many people love the Three Stooges and the humor
demonstrated in the film episodes. Every slapstick comedian
will refer back to the Three Stooges as iconic to the field.

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