Remembering "The Three Stooges"

The Three Stooges (Slap-shtick Comedy) - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_Stooges

The Three Stooges were an American vaudeville and comedy act of the early to mid–20th century best known for their numerous short subject films. They were commonly known by their first names: "Larry, Moe, and Curly", and "Moe, Larry, and Shemp", among other lineups.
@gjabaigar (2202)
Philippines
December 27, 2008 3:34am CST
Before Mr. Bean there are these Three Stooges famous for Slap Shtick comedy.... I know its a very old classic shows but its one of those greatest shows I always like watch on TV.... It really make laugh so hard in those younger days of mine.... Oh please never mind how old I was, I'm just a kid when I first watched does guys.... Damn.... So very missed those guys.... Does anybody here still remember or knows those Three Stooges?.... lol... nyak nyak nyak nyak.. har har har har.... The Three Stooges... Curly, Larry and Moe.... I can't forget when they turned the meat grinder into a some kind of a machine gun.... And when a roasted or cooked chicken just suddenly walks by.... For those who still know the Three Stooges, please share those slap shtick moments or funny scenes that cannot forget....
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• Australia
27 Dec 08
i loved them when i was young. they were hilarious. i used to record them on video tapes and watch them over and over again. and i loved mr bean as well. he was so funny!
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@gjabaigar (2202)
• Philippines
27 Dec 08
oh hi applestarz.... tnx for your comment.... Do you remember some scenes the you can never forget?.... ^_^
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@conbill (369)
• United States
3 Jan 09
I loved the three stooges when I was growing up. One of my favorites was the one where they were in the haunted house.
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@jtr115 (724)
• United States
27 Dec 08
My favorite scene was when Curly was masquerading as a Middle Eastern leader. Every time Moe would say "Ma-ha," Curly would answer "Ah-ha." This bit was repeated years later when "Curly Joe" became the third Stooge, but Curly's version was much funnier. Another film I loved was when Curly was training to be a boxer. He was afraid, but he suddenly sprang to life when Larry played "Pop Goes The Weasel" on his violin. During the boxing match, Larry's violin got broken. Larry ran until he discovered the song playing on the radio. He ran back to the boxing arena with the radio, but the song ended just as he arrived.