Larry Fine recommends two fried eggs to the customer who wants creamed chipped beef on toast instead. | Of Cash and Hash (1955), a Three Stooges short produced and directed by Jules White; distributed by Columbia Pictures
Larry Fine has lipstick marks on his face, from his sweetie, and two black eyes from Moe. | Gypped in the Penthouse (1955), a Three Stooges short produced and directed by Jules White; distributed by Columbia Pictures
Shemp Howard (March 11 1895 - Nov 22 1955) He was the brother of fellow stooges Moe Howard and Curly Howard. Larry Fine was not related to any of the other stooges. When not working with The Three Stooges, Shemp made a lot of feature film appearances, such as The Bank Dick (1940) with W.C. Fields. Shemp, Moe, Larry and Curly appeared in only one short together -- Hold That Lion! (1947). In it, Curly appears as an uncredited train car passenger. Watch for the man with the hat on his face.
The Three Stooges were an American vaudeville and comedy act of the mid–20th century best known for their numerous short subject films, still syndicated to television. In films, the Stooges were commonly known by their first names: "Moe, Larry, and Curly" or "Moe, Larry, and Shemp", among other lineups depending on the films; there were six active stooges, five of whom performed in the shorts. Moe and Larry were always present until the very last years of the ensemble's forty-plus-year run.
The Three Stooges: Greatest Shorts of the 30s | August 26 | Relive the classic eye-poking antics of Larry, Moe, and Curly in these classic shorts from the 1930s presented in 35mm. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images