One of the funniest teams to emerge from Hollywood's classic comedy conveyor belt, 'The Three Stooges' (or technically four, since Shemp later replaced Curly in the team) were the kings of slapstick comedy throughout the 1930s and 40s. Although one of their number might get hit, all three end up feeling the pain!
Brideless Groom (1947) Voice teacher Shemp has to get married before six o'clock in order to inherit a fortune and faces a race against time to find even a reluctant bride. Disorder in the Court (1936) The Stooges are witnesses at the murder trial of their friend. Although they cause mayhem during the day, they do manage to uncover the real murderer's identity. Malice in the Palace (1949) Desert restaurant owners the Stooges set out to recover the stolen Rootin Tootin diamond from thieves. Sing a Song of Six Pants (1947) The Stooges are struggling tailors who are heavily in debt. Their only hope of salvation is collecting a big reward for the capture of a fugitive robber, who happens into their store.