Skip to comments.Long-lost ‘Three Stooges’ short surfaces
Posted on 09/30/2013 9:30:11 PM PDT by Wiggins
All surviving negative and positive materials for Hello Pop a Three Stooges short in early two-color Technicolor that MGM released in September, 1933 were believed destroyed in a 1967 vault fire at the Culver City studio (that also claimed Todd Brownings London After Midnight and most outtakes from The Wizard of Oz.) Fifty-five years later, the Vitaphone Project a New Jersey-based group whose mission has expanded from reuniting long-missing soundtrack discs for early musical shorts with mute prints in archives to worldwide searches for missing features and shorts from the post-Vitaphone era was contacted by an Australian film collector asking if Hello Pop! was a lost film. Indeed, its the only short or feature with the prolific Stooges not known to exist in any form.
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You remind me of a girlfriend in Detroit... but you look more like her stepfather!
Whoop! Whoop! Whoop!
‘....slooooooowly I turned, step by step....”
SO, will they put this lost film on Youtube??
“...inch by inch...”
Why I oughtta... !
Take the stand! Drop the vernacular! Make up your mind! Nyuk.
Moe, Larry the cheese!
Moe! Larry! Cheese! Moe! Larry! Cheese!
“Oh see the deer, does the deer have a little doe?”
“Yeah, two bucks!”
Hopefully it is sans Ted Healy, but I suspect otherwise, if it’s from the MGM. Can’t stand Healy.
“Remind me to kill you later.”
“I’ll make a note of it.”
“You say you have a body on Ticonderoga street? How do you spell that?”
“Can you drag it over to First Ave?”
I like it when Curly is attacked by the clam in the clam chowder
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