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The Three Stooges: Stooged & Confoosed…

The Three Stooges: Stooged & Confoosed (Colorized / Black & White)

by Charley Chase

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Violent is the word for Curly (1938): Class is in session at the exclusive Mildew College for Women, where Professors Howard, Fine and Howard teach the shapely student body their famous nonsense song, "Swinging the alphabet."You natzy spy! (1940): The King of Moronica is overthrown, and three paperhangers are chosen to take his place: Dictator Hailstone, Field Marshall Gallstone and Minister of Propaganda Pebble.No census, no feeling (1940): Three gung-ho census-takers let nothing stand in their way of an accurate count, whether it be crashing a fancy bridge party, spiking drinks or invoking a riot at a professional football game.An ache in every stake (1941): When three icemen agree to help Mrs. Lawrence prepare a fancy birthday party, their particular specialty (an exploding, gas filled cake) goes off with a bang.… (more)

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