Skip to comments.Here’s the Three Stooges’ most violent scene
Posted on 06/17/2012 10:22:13 AM PDT by grundle
This is from the Three Stooges 1943 film short They Stooge to Conga. I grew up watching these guys on TV, and now I enjoy watching them on DVD.
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Direct link to the video, without the blog:
Punch Drunks-—funny> Curly needs music to win the fight
Thanks, hg. Reminded me why my mom never understood why we kids loved the Three Stooges, but my Dad kinda knew.
That’s the worst bit of blog pimpin’ that I’ve seen in a long while.
Keep up the good work !
Tools and fools are funny LOL
Are you on Youtube’s payroll, humblegunner?
Curly (in his high-pitched voice): "I'm as pure as the driven snow."
Moe (with his iconic scowl): "Yeah? Well, you've drifted." (followed by an eye poke)
That’s where the video is. The blog had nothing to do with it.
Why make a needless side trip there?
Someone found a video, great. Where did the blog come into the picture?
I don’t need to see people’s underwear or their blogs.
Where? The blog is how someone told people about what they found, which you then accessed as a result of that blog information, while dissing the blog that you used - making you, as usual, a blazing hypocrite.
Seeing as Free Republic itself does the same thing with news sources - but you don't want to talk about that.
You just keep picking up your MSM paycheck, shill. They can't stand competition, and you need to put your neurotic obsession complex to use - so hey, that's win-win.
No, Free Republic is how folks were told.
The blog was just an unnecessary parking place for the video.
Videos are just as easy to link here as they are to embed on a blog.
Thank you for the direct link.
For all the Stoogeophiles reading this thread, there’s a really great interview that Mike Wallace did with Moe right here -
There are other parts of that interview on the sidebar at YouTube as well.
(I had to post this because promoting The Mike Douglas Shows from the 70s is my assignment from the MSM for today.)
Thanks for the link, Sensei.
What a funny man he was. Slapstick is one thing, but he was as sharp as a tack. His jokes made me LOL! I scared the cat.
Thanks for the link. Moses Horwitz is one of my all-time heroes.
Dang it! I watched all of them, and now I have a stomach ache.
But thanks anyway.
Moe Howard was born on Juneteenth, so tomorrow is his birthday.
How dare you say mike wallace! 2 different mike’s in your post?
PS It was good to see BOR as Ted Baxter!LOL
I'm so glad we have you here to protect us from ouselves! We are not qualified to find alternative sources on our own - and we certainly don't want to encourage any new blogs that might spread unapproved content! If it weren't for you and the federal government to guide my steps, I don't know how I'd live my life. Thank you for being my guardian!
Anything for a helpless Marine.
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