Like many people with triple-digit IQs, I don’t often laugh when I see the Three Stooges, but I don’t look away, either; there’s something rivetingly pure about their psychotic twist on the Marx Brothers’ act. The Three Stooges Comedy Classics — a new collection of 18 Stooge shorts, from mostly pristine prints spanning 1934 to 1956 — allows Stooge-philes to truly savor every pratfall and eye gouge. And as a surreal bonus, 10 shorts have alternate-channel Spanish soundtracks, thus answering that burning question: Como se dice nyuk-nyuk en espanol?
The Three Stooges Comedy ClassicsLike many people with triple-digit IQs, I don't often laugh when I see the Three Stooges, but I don't look away, either; there's something rivetingly...The Three Stooges Comedy ClassicsComedyUnratedLike many people with triple-digit IQs, I don't often laugh when I see the Three Stooges, but I don't look away, either; there's something rivetingly...1995-11-03
Genre: Comedy; MPAA Rating: Unrated
Posted November 3 1995 — 12:00 AM EST
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