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  1. Soldier accused of killing unarmed teens in Iraq

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    Apr 23, 2014 · After the brothers were killed, Barbera's group also killed their cousin, who approached the scene along a footpath. No charges were filed in that killing. The first witness to testify Wednesday, former Army medic Andrew Harriman, fired the shot that killed the cousin and said it appeared the man had been reaching for a weapon.

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  2. Verna Felton (Voice Actress) - Bio, Birthday, Family, Age & Born

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    Verna Felton was an American actress who was best known for providing many voices in numerous Disney animated films, as well as voicing Fred Flintstone's mother-in-law Pearl Slaghoople in Hanna-Barbera's The Flintstones. She also had roles in live-action films; however, she was most active in radio programs.

  3. The Three Stooges | Three Stooges Encyclopedia Wiki | Fandom

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    Ted Healy and His Stooges

    The Three Stooges started in 1925 as part of a raucous vaudeville act called 'Ted Healy and His Stooges' (a.k.a. 'Ted Healy and His Southern Gentlemen', 'Ted Healy and His Three Lost Souls' and 'Ted Healy and His Racketeers'—the moniker 'Three Stooges' was never used during their tenure with Healy). In the act, lead comedian Healy would attempt to sing or tell jokes while his noisy assistants would keep "interrupting" him. Healy would respond by verbally and physically abusing his stooges. Br...

    Moe, Larry, and Curly

    According to a published report, Moe, Larry, and director Jules White considered their best film to be You Nazty Spy!. This 18-minute short subject starred Moe as "Moe Hailstone", an Adolf Hitler-like character, and satirized the Nazis in a period when America was still neutral and resolutely isolationist. Curly played a Herman Goering character, replete with medals, and Larry a Ribbentrop-type ambassador. You Nazty Spy! was the first Hollywood film to spoof Hitler, as it was released in Janu...

    Moe, Larry, Shemp

    Also available commercially is a kinescope of Moe, Larry, and Shemp's appearance on The Frank Sinatra Show, broadcast live over CBS-TV on January 1, 1952. Frank Sinatra was reportedly a big fan of the Stooges and slapstick comedy in general. On this broadcast, the Stooges are joined by one of their longtime stock-company members, Vernon Dent, who plays "Mr. Mortimer", a party-goer who requests a drink. The Stooges oblige with disastrous results. Columbia's short-subject division downsized in...

    Moe, Larry, and Joe

    With Besser on board, the Stooge films began to resemble sitcoms. Sitcoms, though, were now available for free. Television was the new popular medium, and by the time Besser joined the act, the Stooges were generally considered throwbacks to an obsolete era. In addition, Moe and Larry were growing older, and could not perform pratfalls and physical comedy as they once had. The inevitable occurred soon enough. Columbia was the last studio still producing shorts, and the market for such films h...

    1.Ted and Moe (1921-1923) 2.Ted, Moe, and Shemp (1923-1925) 3.Ted, Moe, Shemp, and Larry (1925-1927, 1928-1932) 4.Ted, Moe, Larry, and Curly (1932-1934) 5.Moe, Larry, and Curly (1934-1946) 6.Moe, Larry, and Shemp (1946-1955) 7.Moe and Larry (1955-1956) 8.Moe, Larry, and Joe (1956-1958) 9.Moe, Larry, and Curly-Joe (1958-1970) 10.Moe, Emil, and Curly-Joe (1971-1975) Ted Healy Real Name: Clarence Ernst Lee Nash Born: December 22, 1896 - December 21, 1937 (aged 41) Stooge Years: 1922–1931, 1932–1934 Moe Howard Real Name: Moses Harry Horwitz Born: December 22, 1897 - May 4, 1975 (aged 77) Stooge years: 1922–1927, 1928–1975 Larry Fine Real Name: Louis Feinberg Born: December 22, 1902 - January 24, 1975 (aged 72) Stooge years: 1925–1927, 1928–1971 Curly Howard Real Name: Jerome Lester Horwitz Born: December 22, 1903 - January 18, 1952 (aged 48) Stooge years: 1932–1946 Shemp Howard Real Name: Samuel Horwitz Born: December 22, 1895 - November 22, 1955 (aged 60) Stooge years: 1922–1927, 1928–...

    Several instrumental tunes were played over the opening credits at different times in the production of the short features. The most commonly used themes were:

    Comic books

    1. St. John Publications published the first Three Stooges comics in 1949 with 2 issues, then again in 1953–54 with 7 issues. 2. Dell Comics published a Three Stooges series first as one-shots in their Four Color Comicsline for five issues, then gave them a numbered series for four more issues (#6–9). With #10, the title would be published by Gold Key Comics. Under Gold Key, the series lasted through issue #55 in 1972. 3. Gold Key Comics then published the Little Stoogesseries (7 issues, 1972...

    Music

    Beginning their resurgence of popularity in 1959, the Three Stooges began to appear in a series of novelty records. Their first recording was a 45 rpm single of the title song from Have Rocket, Will Travel. The trio released additional singles and LPs on the Golden and Coral labels, mixing comedy adventure albums and off-beat renditions of children's songs. Their final recording was the 1966 Yogi Bear and the Three Stooges Meet the Mad, Mad, Mad Dr. No-No, which incorporated the Three Stooges...

    Radio

    Sirius XM Radio aired a special about the Stooges hosted by Tom Bergeron on Friday, July 31, 2009, at 2:00PM on the Sirius Howard 101 channel. Bergeron had conducted the interviews at the age of 17 back when he was still in high school in 1971. The television host had the tapes in storage for many years and was convinced on air during a Howard Stern Radio interview to bring them in and turn it into a special show by Howard Stern himself, upon learning how much of a fan Bergeron was of the Thr...

    Maltin, Leonard, Movie Comedy Teams(1970, revised 1985) New American Library
    Maltin, Leonard, Selected Short Subjects (first published as The Great Movie Shorts, 1972) Crown Books, (revised 1983) Da Capo Press
    Fine, Larry (with Carone, James), Stroke of Luck(1973) Siena Publishing Co. (Larry Fine's autobiography, transcribed from interviews toward the end of his life)
    Fericano, Paul, Stoogism Anthology(1977) Poor Souls Printing
  4. The Three Stooges | Stooges Wiki | Fandom

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    The Three Stooges started in 1925 as part of a raucous vaudeville act called 'Ted Healy and His Stooges' (a.k.a. 'Ted Healy and His Southern Gentlemen', 'Ted Healy and His Three Lost Souls' and 'Ted Healy and His Racketeers'—the moniker 'Three Stooges' was never used during their tenure with Healy). In the act, lead comedian Healy would attempt to sing or tell jokes while his noisy assistants would keep \\"interrupting\\" him. Healy would respond by verbally and physically abusing his stooges. Br...

    Ted HealyReal Name: Clarence Ernst Lee NashBorn: 1, 1896(1896-Template:MONTHNUMBER-01)Died: 21, 1937 (aged 41)Stooge Years: 1922–1925, 1929–1934Moe HowardReal Name: Harry Moses HorwitzBorn: 19, 1897(1897-Template:MONTHNUMBER-19)Died: 4, 1975 (aged 77)Stooge years: 1922, 1926, 1929–1975Larry FineReal Name: Louis FeinbergBorn: 5, 1902(1902-Template:MONTHNUMBER-05)Died: 24, 1975 (aged 72)Stooge years: 1925–1926, 1929–1975Curly HowardReal Name: Jerome Lester HorwitzBorn: 22, 1903(1903-Template:MO...

    Throughout their career, Moe acted as both their main creative force and business manager. Comedy III Productions, Inc., formed by Moe, Larry and Curly-Joe DeRita in 1959, is presently the owner of all Three Stooges trademarks and merchandising. After a court battle with the grandsons of Moe Howard, the company is currently operated by DeRita's stepsons, Earl and Robert Benjamin, attorney Bela G. Lugosi and Larry Fine's grandson, majority owner Eric Lamond. Comedy III has also, since 1995, au...

    A handful of Three Stooges shorts first aired on television in 1949, on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) network. It was not until 1958 that Screen Gems packaged 78 shorts for national syndication; the package was gradually enlarged to encompass the entire library of 190 shorts. In 1959, KTTV in Los Angeles purchased the Three Stooges films for air, but by the early 1970s, rival station KTLA began airing the Stooges films, keeping them in the schedule until early 1994. The Family Chann...

    On October 30, 2007, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment released The Three Stooges Collection, Volume One: 1934–1936 on DVD. The two-disc set contains shorts from the first three years the Stooges worked at Columbia Pictures. This is the first time ever that all 19 shorts have been released in their original theatrical order to DVD. Every short was remastered in high definition, a first for the Stooge films. Previous DVD releases were based on themes (wartime, history, work, etc.), and sold poo...

    1. Several instrumental tunes were played over the opening credits at different times in the production of the short features. The most commonly used themes were: 1. The verse portion of \\"Listen to the Mockingbird\\", played in a comical way, complete with sounds of cuckoo birds and such. This was first used in Pardon My Scotch, their ninth short film. Prior to that film, the opening theme varied and was usually connected with the storyline in some way. Ironically, the actual song \\"Listen to t...

    Template:DablinkThe Three Stooges also made appearances in many feature length movies in the course of their careers: 1. Soup to Nuts (1930) 2. Turn Back the Clock (1933) 3. Meet the Baron (1933) 4. Dancing Lady (1933) 5. Broadway to Hollywood (1933) -- Moe and Curly almost unrecognizable as Otto and Fritz, two clowns in makeup 6. Myrt and Marge (1933) 7. Fugitive Lovers (1934) 8. Hollywood Party (1934) 9. The Captain Hates the Sea (1934) 10. Start Cheering (1938) 11. Time Out for Rhythm (194...

    Gary Lassin opened the Stoogeum in 2004 in a renovated architect's office in Spring House, Pennsylvania, 25 miles (40 kilometers) north of Philadelphia. The museum-quality exhibits fill three stories (10,000 square feet or 929 square meters), including an 85-seat theater. Peter Seely, editor of the book Stoogeology: Essays on the Three Stooges said that the Stoogeum has \\"more stuff than I even imagined existed.\\" 2,500 people visit it yearly, many during the annual gathering of the Three Stoog...

    A film about the Three Stooges, simply titled The Three Stooges, is scheduled to be released in 2009. The Farrelly Brothers are still attached to the project, even though their Warner Bros. deal to write and direct the film has expired. First Look Studios, working with C3 Entertainment, will distribute the motion picture. The Farrellys have said that they were not going to do a biopic or remake, but instead new Three Stooges episodes set in the present day. The plot of the episodes are said t...

    1. Stroke of Luck, by Larry Fine and James Carone (Siena Publishing Co., 1973). (Larry Fine's autobiography, transcribed from interviews toward the end of his life) 1. Moe Howard and the Three Stooges; by Moe Howard , (Citadel Press, 1977). (Moe Howard's autobiography, completed and released posthumously by his daughter) 1. The Stooges Chronicles, by Jeffrey Forrester , (Contemporary Books, Inc., 1981); reissued as The Three Stooges: The Triumphs and Tragedies of the Most Popular Comedy Tea...

  5. Scooby Doo co-creator Ken Spears dies... months after his ...

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    Nov 09, 2020 · Scooby-Doo co-creator Ken Spears has died at the age of 82. His passing comes less than three months after his animation partner Joe Ruby died. Ken died Friday, November 6, 2020.

  6. Celebrities directly impacted by the coronavirus

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    Feb 19, 2021 · The voiceover actress, best known for playing Cindy Bear in Hanna-Barbera’s classic Yogi Bear cartoons, died March 31 from COVID-19, according to her agent and friend Mark Scroggs.

  7. News From ME - Mark Evanier's blog

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    This is a tough one for me. Walker Edmiston, a wonderful actor, cartoon voice, puppeteer and kids' show host, died on February 15. I just found out this afternoon. If you look back, you'll see me talking about him in this post of the day before. At the time I wrote it, I didn't know he was hospitalized and not expected to survive for long.

  8. Brady's Bunch of Lorain County Nostalgia: March 2019

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    Mar 29, 2019 · Q. Where were you born and what was your early life like? A. “We lived at 1218 Seventh St., Lorain. I was an only child although I had a sister who died before I was born. Dad suffered a stroke when he was 50 and never worked again. He died at 76 around the time Franklin Roosevelt died. Mother passed on at 84, about 7 or 8 years ago.

  9. TAG Blog: January 2007

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    Jan 31, 2007 · One bright summer day two years and eight months ago, a Simpson's artist came into my shabby little office and said Film Roman's artists wanted to "go union" because their pension and health benefits had been cut, many were't happy with what they were making, and people were all around, ahm, pissed off.

  10. Famous Pipe Smokers: 06/19/12

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    Jun 19, 2012 · In July 1963, Dolphy and producer Alan Douglas arranged recording sessions for which his sidemen were among the leading emerging musicians of the day, and the results produced the albums Iron Man and Conversations, as well as the Muses album released in Japan in late 2013.