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The Three Stooges waren eine US-amerikanische Komikertruppe, die insbesondere durch ihre zahlreichen Kurzfilme berühmt wurde. Ab war das Trio in wechselnden Besetzungen bis aktiv. Die Version der Jahre bis , bestehend aus den. The Three Stooges waren eine US-amerikanische Komikertruppe (Markenzeichen: körperbetonter, oft brutaler Slapstick), die insbesondere durch ihre. Die Stooges – Drei Vollpfosten drehen ab (Originaltitel: The Three Stooges) ist eine US-amerikanische Slapstick-Komödie aus dem Jahr unter Regie von. The Three Stooges: Hauptdarsteller der Serie ist Curly Howard. Mit ihm wurden von Kurzfilme gedreht. Die ARD hat davon 78 Kurzfilme . Die Stooges geraten immer wieder freiwillig oder unfreiwillig in haarsträubende Situationen, aus denen sie nur dank ihrer Dummheit entkommen können.
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Die 3 Stooges - InhaltsverzeichnisIm deutschsprachigen Raum sind sie weniger bekannt. Filme am Ostermontag Da Columbia noch einige Kurzfilme in Reserve hatte, erschien der Filme von Peter und Bobby Farrelly. März 80 Jahre Stooge-Phase: — Alleine darüber kann man sich vom Zuhören schon totlachen. Gar nicht so einfach, denn unterwegs warten so manche Hindernisse darauf, überwunden zu werden.
Die 3 Stooges VideoThe Three Stooges - Slaps, Smacks and Pokes Dabei handelt es sich um eine Hommage an die Zeit, als Shemp Howard aus gesundheitlichen Gründen nicht Vollzeit bei den Dreharbeiten mitmachen konnte und oft durch leicht zu erkennende Click at this page mit Perücke Im Winter Tage Neun wurde, die dann in einigen Szenen mit verdecktem Gesicht oder dem Rücken zur Kamera seinen Part spielten. Diese Benachrichtigungen z. In "E. Am meisten aus dem Rahmen fiel der musikalische Sweet And Hotin dem Gesangstalent Muriel Landers die check this out Hauptrolle spielte und Moe eine sehr komische Darstellung eines Psychiaters mit deutsch-österreichischen Wurzeln bot. Es wird Zeit also, sich eine neue Bleibe zu suchen!
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In het dagelijkse leven was Moe het creatieve brein en de zaakwaarnemer. Moe was zowel op als buiten het scherm de natuurlijke leider.
De ster van de groep was aanvankelijk Curly, met zijn fysieke humor, manisch gedrag, hoge stem en malle kreten " Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk" , "Woob woob woob".
De films met Moe, Curly en Larry zijn onder de huidige fans het meest geliefd. In kreeg Curly een ernstige hersenbloeding.
Om Moe en Larry uit de penarie te helpen was Shemp bereid tijdelijk terug te keren als Stooge. Hij bedong wel dat hij zou mogen vertrekken als Curly weer zou kunnen werken.
Curly is echter nooit volledig hersteld van zijn hersenbloeding. Weliswaar had hij in een cameo in Hold That Lion! Curly Howard overleed in Shemp zette zijn loopbaan als lid van de Three Stooges voort totdat hij in bezweek aan een hartaanval.
Vervolgens werd de kalende komiek Joe Besser , vooral bekend vanwege zijn rol in de televisieshow van Abbott en Costello , ingehuurd als derde Stooge.
Besser had wel een clausule in zijn contract laten opnemen waarin stond dat hij niet te hard geslagen mocht worden! Columbia Pictures was lange tijd de enige filmmaatschappij die nog shorts maakte.
In hield ook Columbia op met het produceren van zulke films, en het contract met de Three Stooges werd niet verlengd.
Moe en Larry wilden vervolgens op tournee gaan, maar Besser weigerde te toeren omdat zijn vrouw een hartaanval had gehad en hij haar niet alleen wilde laten.
Het einde van de Three Stooges leek nabij. Het was het begin van een Stoogesrage die vooral in de Verenigde Staten en Latijns-Amerika tot op de dag van vandaag voortduurt.
Zo deed hij sterk denken aan wijlen Curly Howard, die bij de nieuwe generatie fans erg populair was. Moe, Larry en Curly Joe traden in de jaren zestig op in het theater, werkten mee aan een tekenfilmreeks en maakten enkele succesvolle speelfilms.
In kreeg Larry een hersenbloeding tijdens het filmen van een pilot voor een televisieserie die Kook's Tour had moeten heten.
Moe asked older brother Shemp to take Curly's place, but Shemp was hesitant to rejoin the Stooges as he was enjoying a successful solo career.
Shemp wanted assurance that rejoining them would be only temporary and that he could leave the Stooges once Curly recovered.
However, Curly's health continued to deteriorate, and it became clear that he could not return. As a result, Shemp resumed being a Stooge full-time for nearly a decade.
Curly remained ill until his death of a cerebral hemorrhage from additional strokes on January 18, Shemp appeared with the Stooges in 76 shorts and a low-budget Western comedy feature titled Gold Raiders in which the screen time was evenly divided with B-picture cowboy hero George O'Brien.
Shemp's return improved the quality of the films, as the previous few had been marred by Curly's sluggish performances. New director Edward Bernds , who joined the team in when Curly was failing, sensed that routines and plotlines that worked well with Curly as the comic focus did not fit Shemp's persona, and allowed the comedian to develop his own Stooge character.
Jules White, however, persisted in employing the "living cartoon" style of comedy that reigned during the Curly era.
White would force either Shemp or Moe to perform similar gags and mannerisms originated by Curly, resulting in what appeared to be lackluster imitation.
Shemp" debate that overshadowed the act upon Curly's departure. The films from the Shemp era contrast sharply with those from the Curly era, largely owing to the individual directing styles of Bernds and White.
White also contributed a few fair entries, such as Hold That Lion! Another benefit from the Shemp era was that Larry was given more time on screen.
Throughout most of the Curly era, Larry was relegated to a background role, but by the time that Shemp rejoined the Stooges, Larry was allotted equal footage, even becoming the focus of several films, in particular Fuelin' Around and He Cooked His Goose The Shemp years also marked a major milestone: the Stooges' first appearance on television.
Columbia Pictures blocked the series from going into production, but allowed the Stooges to make television guest appearances.
In , the Stooges lost some key players at Columbia Pictures. The studio decided to downsize its short-subject division, resulting in producer Hugh McCollum being discharged and director Edward Bernds resigning out of loyalty to McCollum.
Bernds had been contemplating his resignation for some time, as he and Jules White were often at odds. Screenwriter Elwood Ullman followed suit, leaving only White to both produce and direct the Stooges' remaining Columbia comedies.
In another cost-cutting measure, White would create a "new" Stooge short by borrowing footage from old ones, setting it in a slightly different storyline and filming a few new scenes often with the same actors in the same costumes.
White was initially very subtle when recycling older footage: he would reuse only a single sequence of old film, re-edited so cleverly that it was not easy to detect.
White came to rely so much on older material that he could film the "new" shorts in a single day. New footage filmed in order to link older material suffered from White's wooden directing style and penchant for telling his actors how to act.
Shemp, in particular, disliked working with White after Three years after Curly's death, Shemp died of a heart attack at age 60 on November 22, during a taxi ride home with a friend after attending a boxing match.
Moe was stunned and contemplated disbanding the Stooges. However, Cohn reminded him that the team owed Columbia four additional films with Shemp.
Recycled footage, combined with new footage utilizing Columbia supporting player Joe Palma see also Fake Shemp as Shemp's double, filmed from behind, was used to complete the last four films originally planned with Shemp: Rumpus in the Harem , Hot Stuff , Scheming Schemers and Commotion on the Ocean all released in After Shemp's death, Moe and Larry were again in need of a third Stooge.
Several comedians were considered, including noted African-American actor Mantan Moreland  , but Columbia insisted on a comedian already under contract.
Besser had been starring in his own short-subject comedies for the studio since and appeared in supporting roles in a variety of movies, making his persona sufficiently well known.
Besser had noted how one side of Larry Fine's face appeared "calloused",  so he had a clause in his contract specifically prohibiting him from being hit beyond an infrequent tap though this restriction was later lifted.
Besser was the only Stooge other than Curly who dared to hit Moe back in retaliation. Despite Besser's prolific film and stage career, Stooge entries featuring him have often been tagged as the team's weakest.
However, his whining mannerisms and lack of slapstick punishment against him did not quite blend with the Stooges' brand of humor,  though his presence did create a verbal friction between Moe and Larry that improved their mutually insulting banter.
Both Moe and Jules White approved of the idea, but used it sparingly in order to match the old footage in films that were remakes.
Despite their lukewarm reception, the Besser shorts did have their comedic moments. In general, the remakes had the traditional Stooges knockabout look and feel, such as 's Pies and Guys a scene-for-scene remake of Half-Wits Holiday , which itself was a reworking of the earlier Hoi Polloi , Guns a Poppin , Rusty Romeos and Triple Crossed Columbia was the last studio still producing live-action and two-reel short films other studios were still making animated one-reelers well into the s, but the Stooges' last live-action competition, one-reel series Joe McDoakes , had ended its run in , and the market for such films had all but dried up.
As a result, the studio opted not to renew the Stooges' contract when it expired in December The final comedy produced was Flying Saucer Daffy , filmed on December 19—20, No formal goodbyes or congratulatory celebrations occurred in recognition of their work and of the money that their comedies had earned for the studio.
Moe visited Columbia several weeks after the dismissal to say goodbye to several executives. But without the current year's studio pass, Moe was refused entry, later stating that it was a crushing blow to his pride.
The studio had enough completed Stooge films to be released over the next 18 months, though not in the order in which they were produced.
With no active contract in place, Moe and Larry discussed plans for a personal appearance tour.
In the meantime, Besser's wife suffered a minor heart attack and he preferred to stay local, leading him to withdraw from the act. After Besser's departure, Moe and Larry began looking for potential replacements.
Larry suggested former Ted Healy stooge Paul "Mousie" Garner , but based on his tryout performance, Moe later remarked that he was "completely unacceptable".
Weeks later, Larry came across burlesque performer Joe DeRita , and thought he would be a good fit.
The early days of television provided movie studios a place to unload a backlog of short films that they thought otherwise unmarketable, and the Stooge films seemed perfect for the burgeoning genre.
ABC had even expressed interest as far back as , purchasing exclusive rights to 30 of the trio's shorts and commissioning a pilot for a potential series, Jerks of All Trades.
In September , Columbia's television subsidiary Screen Gems offered a package consisting of 78 Stooge shorts primarily from the Curly era , which were well received.
With so many films available for broadcast, daily television airings provided heavy exposure aimed squarely at children.
Parents who had grown up seeing the same films in the theaters began to watch alongside their children and, before long, Howard, Fine and DeRita were in high demand.
The films were aimed at the kiddie-matinee market, and most were black-and-white farce outings in the Stooge tradition, with the exception of Snow White and the Three Stooges , a children's fantasy in color.
Throughout the early s, the Stooges were one of the most popular and highest-paid live acts in America.
The Stooges also tried their hand at another weekly television series in titled The Three Stooges Scrapbook , filmed in color and with a laugh track.
The first episode, "Home Cooking", featured the boys rehearsing for a new television show. Like Jerks of All Trades in , the pilot did not sell.
However, Norman Maurer was able to reuse the footage reprocessed in black and white for the first ten minutes of The Three Stooges in Orbit.
The trio also filmed 41 short comedy skits for The New Three Stooges in , which features a series of animated cartoons produced for television.
The Stooges appeared in live-action color footage, which preceded and followed each animated adventure in which they voiced their respective characters.
In late , Howard, Fine and DeRita began production on another half-hour pilot, this time for a syndicated episode TV series titled Kook's Tour ,  a combination travelogue-sitcom that had the "retired" Stooges traveling to various parts of the world with the episodes filmed on location.
On January 9, , during production of the pilot, Larry suffered a paralyzing stroke , ending his acting career along with plans for the television series.
The pilot was unfinished and several key shots were missing, but producer Norman Maurer edited the available footage and made the pilot a minute special that was released to the Cartrivision videocassette home video market in The film would have been a departure from typical Stooge fare, with dark-edged humor and scenes of war violence, but insufficient funding prevented production from advancing beyond the script stage.
The act fared poorly with minimal bookings. For the next several years, Moe appeared regularly on talk shows and did speaking engagements at colleges, while DeRita quietly retired.
Larry suffered another stroke in mid-December , and four weeks later an even more massive one.
After slipping into a coma, he died a week later from a cerebral hemorrhage on January 24, The team was signed and publicity shots were taken, but one week prior to March's filming date, Moe was diagnosed with lung cancer and the Stooges had to back out; he died on May 4, Producer Sam Sherman briefly considered having former Stooge Joe Besser appear in his place, but ultimately decided against it.
As for the remaining original replacement stooges, Joe Besser died of heart failure on March 1, , followed by Joe DeRita of pneumonia on July 3, Emil Sitka was announced as a Stooge but never performed as such; he died on January 16, , six months after being disabled by a stroke.
Over half a century since their last short film was released, the Three Stooges remain popular with audiences.
Their films have never left American television since first appearing in , and they continue to delight old fans while attracting new viewers.
They were a hard-working group of comedians who were never the critics' darlings, a durable act who endured several personnel changes in their careers that would have permanently sidelined a less persistent act.
Many scholarly studies of motion picture comedy have overlooked the Three Stooges entirely — and not without valid reasoning.
Aesthetically, the Stooges violated every rule that constitutes "good" comedic style. Their characters lacked the emotional depth of Charlie Chaplin and Harry Langdon ; they were never as witty or subtle as Buster Keaton.
They were not disciplined enough to sustain lengthy comic sequences; far too often, they were willing to suspend what little narrative structure their pictures possessed in order to insert a number of gratuitous jokes.
Nearly every premise they have employed spoofs of westerns, horror films, costume melodramas has been done to better effect by other comedians.
And yet, in spite of the overwhelming artistic odds against them, they were responsible for some of the finest comedies ever made.
Their humor was the most undistilled form of low comedy ; they were not great innovators, but as quick laugh practitioners, they place second to none.
If public taste is any criterion, the Stooges have been the reigning kings of comedy for over fifty years. Beginning in the s, the Stooges finally began to receive critical recognition.
The release of nearly all their films on DVD by has allowed critics of Joe Besser and Joe DeRita — often the recipients of significant fan backlash — to appreciate the unique style of comedy that both men brought to the Stooges.
In addition, the DVD market has allowed fans to view the entire Stooge film corpus as distinct periods in their long, distinguished career rather than unfairly comparing one Stooge to another the Curly vs.
Shemp debate continues to this day. The team appeared in films, but it is the durability of the short films the Stooges made at Columbia Pictures that acts as an enduring tribute to the comedy team.
Although the Three Stooges slapstick comedy was primarily arranged around basic plots dealing with more mundane issues of daily life, a number of their shorts featured social commentary or satire.
The Stooges were often anti-heroical commentators on the class divisions and economic hardships of the Great Depression in the United States.
They were usually under- or unemployed and sometimes homeless or living in shanty towns. The language used by the Three Stooges was more slang -laden than that of typical feature films of the period and deliberately affected a lower class status with use of crude terms, ethnic mannerisms, and inside jokes.
An example of this is the use of the initials A. Much of the "gibberish" that the Stooges sometimes spoke was actually the Jewish language of Yiddish.
The most famous example of this occurs 15 minutes into the short Mutts to You. Moe and Larry were impersonating Chinese laundrymen in an attempt to fool the local cop.
This translates as "I'm a China boy from Slobatkya Gebernya a Jewish European City in the 19th and 20th centuries stop annoying me and I don't mean maybe.
One important area of political commentary was in the area of the rise of totalitarianism in Europe, notably in the directly satirical You Nazty Spy!
The Three Stooges appeared in films through their career. Of those , short films were made for Columbia Pictures , for which the trio are best known today.
Their first Columbia film, Woman Haters , premiered on May 5, Their contract was extended each year until the final one expired on December 31, The last 8 of the 16 shorts with Joe Besser were released over the next 18 months.
The final release, Sappy Bull Fighters , premiered on June 4, Meanwhile, Healy's act with frequent stooge Shemp Howard went on to national fame in the Shubert Brothers' A Night in Spain January —November , which had a successful Broadway run, as well as a national tour.
After the show ended in late November, Healy signed for the Shuberts' new revue A Night in Venice and recruited Moe Howard out of retirement to rejoin the act in December In rehearsals in early , Howard, Larry Fine, and Shemp Howard came together for the first time as a trio.
Joining the RKO vaudeville circuit, they toured for almost two years, eventually dubbing themselves as "Three Lost Souls" and taking on Jack Walsh as their straight man.
On August 19, , Shemp gave his notice having not seen eye-to-eye with the hard-drinking and sometimes belligerent Healy and decided to remain with Passing which closed in September after pan reviews of its first roadshow performances in Detroit and Cincinnati.
Shemp landed at Vitaphone Studios in Brooklyn in May , where he stayed for almost four years. On August 20, the day after Shemp's departure, Moe suggested adding his youngest brother Jerome "Babe" to Moe and Shemp to the act; contrary to some sources, no search for a replacement was conducted.
Healy originally passed on Jerry, but Jerry was so eager to join the act that he shaved off his luxuriant auburn mustache and hair and ran on stage during Healy's routine.
That finally got Healy to hire Jerry, who took the stage name Curly. Early during appearances in Los Angeles, Healy and the Stooges were hired by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as "nut" comics to liven up feature films and short subjects with their antics.
After a number of appearances in several MGM films, Healy was being groomed as a solo character comedian. With Healy pursuing his own career in , his Stooges now renamed "The Three Stooges" signed with Columbia Pictures , where they stayed until December , making comedy shorts.
With Healy's departure, Moe assumed Healy's prior role as the aggressive, take-charge leader of the team: a short-tempered bully, prone to slapstick violence against the other two Stooges.
Despite his outwardly rather cruel demeanor towards his pals, Moe was also very loyal and protective of the other Stooges on film, keeping them from harm, and should it befall them, doing whatever it took to save them.
He emphasized in his autobiography that the ill-tempered aspects of his on-screen persona did not reflect his real personality.
He also boasted of being a shrewd businessman by wisely investing the money made from his film career, but the Stooges received no subsequent royalties i.
Fine indicated that the profits from the tours substantially increased their yearly take. Columbia released its first Three Stooges short, Woman Haters , where their stooge characters were not quite fully formed.
It was not a Stooge comedy in the classic sense, but rather a romantic farce; Columbia was then making a series of two-reel "Musical Novelties" with the dialogue spoken in rhyme, and the Stooges were recruited to support comedian Marjorie White.
Only after the Stooges became established as short-subject stars were the main titles changed to give the Stooges top billing.
The version seen on TV and video today is this reissue print. Their next film, Punch Drunks , was the only short film written entirely by the Three Stooges, with Curly as a reluctant boxer who goes ballistic every time he hears " Pop Goes the Weasel ".
Their next short, Men in Black also , a parody of the contemporary hospital drama Men in White , was their first and only film to be nominated for an Academy Award with the classic catchphrases "Calling Dr.
Howard, Dr. Fine, Dr. Howard" followed by their reiterated unison declaration as young doctors, "For Duty and Humanity!!
They continued making short films at a steady pace of eight per year, such as Three Little Pigskins also with a young Lucille Ball , Pop Goes the Easel , and Hoi Polloi also , in which two professors make a bet trying to turn the Three Stooges into gentlemen.
Moe's impersonation of Adolf Hitler highlighted these shorts, the first of which preceded Charlie Chaplin 's film satire The Great Dictator by months.
He had already suffered a series of them prior to the filming of Beer Barrel Polecats and was replaced by Shemp, who agreed to return to the group, but only until Curly would be well enough to rejoin.
Although Curly recovered enough to appear in Hold That Lion! After Shemp rejoined the act, Moe, Shemp, and Larry shot a television pilot for ABC called Jerks of All Trades , apparently intended to lead to a weekly sitcom series on the premise that the Stooges would try a different job or business every week, hoping that eventually one of their attempts would be successful.
Anything they tried turned out to be a fiasco, which was the source of the comedy. The pilot took a single day to film and was never aired.
It was actually a kinescope film of a three-camera television production, most likely to replicate a proposed live broadcast.
Kahane, Columbia Pictures' vice president of business affairs, stopped the show from being broadcast. Kahane warned the Stooges that a contract stipulation restricted them from performing in a TV series that might compete with their two-reel comedies.
Columbia further threatened to cancel the boys' contract and take them to court if they tried to sell the series. To avert a legal hassle, the pilot was shelved and the project abandoned.
The kinescope film is now in the public domain and widely available. The Three Stooges' series of shorts continued to be popular through the s; Shemp co-starred in 73 comedies.
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