Unless you're a diehard Stooges fan, you might be surprised to learn that there were four - not three - Stooges. In 1930, the Stooges were part of a vaudeville comedy team called 'Ted Healy and His Racketeers'. Healy employed his boyhood pal, Moe Howard, his brother, Shemp and their friend, Larry Fine, as "Stooges" or "Second Bananas". Before long, Hollywood called and the public's obsession will the Three Stooges has never stopped. Shemp was replaced by his kid brother, Jerry "Curry" Howard - but only after he shaved his head. The rest is history...
Short Films Comprise: - Disorder in the Court (1936)
- Beer and Pretzels (1933)
- Corn on the Cop (1934)
- Roast Beef and Movies (1934)