) author David J. Hogan rewatched every Stooges short over 150 consecutive days. In the 1970s, he also interviewed Larry Fine, though Larry was more interested in speaking with Hogan's mother, a former model. (He even sent her a letter on stationery decorated at the top by a delightful caricature of Larry playing the violin.)
Three Stooges FAQ is the ultimate guide for all Three Stooges fans. Chapters are broken down by topics such as "The Stooges Abroad" and "The Stooges Puncture High Society." The book also includes:
David J. Hogan has written about film since 1973. He has contributed essays to numerous multi-author books and is a prolific magazine reviewer. A onetime entertainment journalist formerly based in L.A., Hogan has worked on the editorial side of Chicago book publishing for more than 25 years, conceiving, editing, and co-writing books on history, aviation, vintage cars, popular music, the military, politics, television, and yes, movies. He lives with his family in Arlington Heights, Illinois. FInd out more about Three Stooges FAQ at amazon.com.
Get excerpts from the book and extra stories that didn't make it into the book (often personal anecdotes of the author's interactions with "the boys" during his research): http://onstageandbackstage.wordpress.com/tag/david-j-hogan/
Join Larry, Moe, Shemp and Curley in a series of original comedy films are closing in on their cast for "The Three Stooges."
The studio has set Sean Penn to play Larry, and negotiations are underway with Jim Carrey to play Curly, with the actor already making plans to gain 40 pounds to approximate the physical dimensions of Jerome "Curly" Howard. The studio is zeroing in on Benicio Del Toro to play Moe.
The Stooges starred in 190 film short subjects over the next twenty-three years, the longest such series in history. Del Lord directed more than three dozen of the Three Stooges shorts. Jules White directed many others, and his brother Jack White directed several under the pseudonym "Preston Black." From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_Stooges
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A collection of public domain material on DVD. You'll find the four pd Columbia shorts, DISORDER IN THE COURT (1936), SING A SONG OF SIX PANTS (1947), BRIDELESS GROOM (1947) and MALICE IN THE PALACE (1949), plus a handful of NEW 3 STOOGES (1965) cartoons.
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