Die Drei Stooges
The Three Stooges waren eine US-amerikanische Komikergruppe (Markenzeichen: körperbetonter, oft brutaler Slapstick), die insbesondere durch ihre. newafrikaempires.com - Kaufen Sie The Three Stooges günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. Die drei Stooges ein Film von James Frawley mit Joel Edgerton, Paul Ben-Victor. Inhaltsangabe: In den späten 50ern ist Moe Howard, der Anführer der "Three.
Die Stooges – Drei Vollpfosten drehen abDie Stooges – Drei Vollpfosten drehen ab (Originaltitel: The Three Stooges) ist eine US-amerikanische Slapstick-Komödie aus dem Jahr unter Regie von. The Three Stooges waren eine US-amerikanische Komikergruppe, die insbesondere durch ihre zahlreichen Kurzfilme berühmt wurde. Ab war das Trio in wechselnden Besetzungen bis aktiv. Die Version der Jahre bis , bestehend aus den. The Three Stooges: Hauptdarsteller der Serie ist Curly Howard. Mit ihm wurden von Kurzfilme gedreht. Die ARD hat davon 78 Kurzfilme .
Die Drei Stooges Öne çıkan kanallar Video3 Stooges Mocked Hitler Before Chaplin (\ Directed by Bobby Farrelly, Peter Farrelly. With Sean Hayes, Chris Diamantopoulos, Will Sasso, Jane Lynch. While trying to save their childhood orphanage, Moe, Larry and Curly inadvertently stumble into a murder plot and wind up starring in a reality television show. The Official Three Stooges YouTube Channel is here to bring all the latest video from The Three Stooges Universe. This includes; clips of The Three Stooges, cartoons, behind- -the-scenes access to. In French and German usage, the name of the trio is partially translated as Les Trois Stooges (though the French version of the movie adaptation used a fully translated name, "Les Trois Corniauds") and Die drei Stooges respectively. Compilation of 4 Stories from your favourite classic - The Three Stooges with Shemp, Larry and Moe. 1 Hour Long, ALL in Full Color HD with Great newafrikaempires.com A movie titled The Three Stooges featuring Chris Diamantopoulos (Moe), Sean Hayes (Larry), and Will Sasso (Curly) playing the Stooges was released in The Stooges continue to appear on hundreds of licensed products each year, including apparel, board games, scratch-off tickets, and even credit cards.
Alles als X-Diaries online zu Die Drei Stooges. - Must do's & See'sVisa-Nummer .
Die Neuesten Filme Im Kino ist, die Supertalent Live das Haus eines Blinden einbrechen und dort die Hlle auf Erden erleben, bei der die Patronen kreisfrmig angeordnet sind und vorne aus dem Supertalent Live herausstehen. - Inhaltsangabe & DetailsCurly Joe DeRita Tatsächlicher Name: Joseph Wardell Geboren:
Besser was the only Stooge other than Curly who dared to hit Moe back in retaliation. Despite Besser's prolific film and stage career, Stooge entries featuring him have often been tagged as the team's weakest.
Besser was a talented comic, and was quite popular as "Stinky" on The Abbott and Costello Show. However, his whining mannerisms and lack of slapstick punishment against him did not quite blend with the Stooges' brand of humor,  though his presence did create a verbal friction between Moe and Larry that improved their mutually insulting banter.
Both Moe and Jules White approved of the idea, but used it sparingly in order to match the old footage in films that were remakes.
Despite their lukewarm reception, the Besser shorts did have their comedic moments. In general, the remakes had the traditional Stooges knockabout look and feel, such as 's Pies and Guys a scene-for-scene remake of Half-Wits Holiday , which itself was a reworking of the earlier Hoi Polloi , Guns a Poppin , Rusty Romeos and Triple Crossed A Merry Mix Up also and Oil's Well That Ends Well are also amusing, while the musical Sweet and Hot deserves some credit for straying from the norm.
The American space craze also led to three entries focusing on space travel: Space Ship Sappy , Outer Space Jitters both and Flying Saucer Daffy Columbia was the last studio still producing live-action and two-reel short films other studios were still making animated one-reelers well into the s, but the Stooges' last live-action competition, one-reel series Joe McDoakes , had ended its run in , and the market for such films had all but dried up.
As a result, the studio opted not to renew the Stooges' contract when it expired in December The final comedy produced was Flying Saucer Daffy , filmed on December 19—20, No formal goodbyes or congratulatory celebrations occurred in recognition of their work and of the money that their comedies had earned for the studio.
Moe visited Columbia several weeks after the dismissal to say goodbye to several executives. But without the current year's studio pass, Moe was refused entry, later stating that it was a crushing blow to his pride.
The studio had enough completed Stooge films to be released over the next 18 months, though not in the order in which they were produced. The final Stooge release, Sappy Bull Fighters , did not reach theaters until June 4, With no active contract in place, Moe and Larry discussed plans for a personal appearance tour.
In the meantime, Besser's wife suffered a minor heart attack and he preferred to stay local, leading him to withdraw from the act. After Besser's departure, Moe and Larry began looking for potential replacements.
Larry suggested former Ted Healy stooge Paul "Mousie" Garner , but based on his tryout performance, Moe later remarked that he was "completely unacceptable".
Weeks later, Larry came across burlesque performer Joe DeRita , and thought he would be a good fit. The early days of television provided movie studios a place to unload a backlog of short films that they thought otherwise unmarketable, and the Stooge films seemed perfect for the burgeoning genre.
ABC had even expressed interest as far back as , purchasing exclusive rights to 30 of the trio's shorts and commissioning a pilot for a potential series, Jerks of All Trades.
In September , Columbia's television subsidiary Screen Gems offered a package consisting of 78 Stooge shorts primarily from the Curly era , which were well received.
With so many films available for broadcast, daily television airings provided heavy exposure aimed squarely at children. Parents who had grown up seeing the same films in the theaters began to watch alongside their children and, before long, Howard, Fine and DeRita were in high demand.
This lineup, now frequently referred to as "Larry, Moe and Curly Joe," starred in six full-length feature films from to Have Rocket, Will Travel , Snow White and the Three Stooges , The Three Stooges Meet Hercules , The Three Stooges in Orbit , The Three Stooges Go Around the World in a Daze and The Outlaws IS Coming!
The films were aimed at the kiddie-matinee market, and most were black-and-white farce outings in the Stooge tradition, with the exception of Snow White and the Three Stooges , a children's fantasy in color.
They also appeared in an extremely brief cameo as firemen a role that Larry, Moe, and Shemp had also played in the pre-"Three Stooges" film Soup to Nuts in in the film It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World , and in a larger capacity that same year in 4 for Texas starring Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin.
Throughout the early s, the Stooges were one of the most popular and highest-paid live acts in America. The Stooges also tried their hand at another weekly television series in titled The Three Stooges Scrapbook , filmed in color and with a laugh track.
The first episode, "Home Cooking", featured the boys rehearsing for a new television show. Like Jerks of All Trades in , the pilot did not sell.
However, Norman Maurer was able to reuse the footage reprocessed in black and white for the first ten minutes of The Three Stooges in Orbit.
The trio also filmed 41 short comedy skits for The New Three Stooges in , which features a series of animated cartoons produced for television.
The Stooges appeared in live-action color footage, which preceded and followed each animated adventure in which they voiced their respective characters.
During this period, The Stooges appeared on numerous television shows including The Steve Allen Show , Here's Hollywood , Masquerade Party , The Ed Sullivan Show , Danny Thomas Meets the Comics , The Joey Bishop Show ,  Off to See the Wizard and Truth or Consequences.
In late , Howard, Fine and DeRita began production on another half-hour pilot, this time for a syndicated episode TV series titled Kook's Tour ,  a combination travelogue-sitcom that had the "retired" Stooges traveling to various parts of the world with the episodes filmed on location.
On January 9, , during production of the pilot, Larry suffered a paralyzing stroke , ending his acting career along with plans for the television series.
The pilot was unfinished and several key shots were missing, but producer Norman Maurer edited the available footage and made the pilot a minute special that was released to the Cartrivision videocassette home video market in Following Larry Fine's stroke, plans were made for Emil Sitka to replace him in a new feature film, written by Moe Howard's grandson, Jeffrey Scott [Maurer], titled Make Love, Not War.
Moe Howard, Joe DeRita and Emil Sitka were cast as POWs in a World War II Japanese prison camp, plotting an escape with fellow prisoners.
The film would have been a departure from typical Stooge fare, with dark-edged humor and scenes of war violence, but insufficient funding prevented production from advancing beyond the script stage.
Also in , Joe DeRita recruited vaudeville veterans Frank Mitchell and Mousie Garner to tour as The New Three Stooges. The act fared poorly with minimal bookings.
For the next several years, Moe appeared regularly on talk shows and did speaking engagements at colleges, while DeRita quietly retired.
Larry suffered another stroke in mid-December , and four weeks later an even more massive one. After slipping into a coma, he died a week later from a cerebral hemorrhage on January 24, Before Larry's death, the Stooges were scheduled to co-star in the R-rated film Blazing Stewardesses , featuring Moe and Curly Joe with Emil Sitka in the middle spot as Harry, Larry's brother.
The team was signed and publicity shots were taken, but one week prior to March's filming date, Moe was diagnosed with lung cancer and the Stooges had to back out; he died on May 4, Producer Sam Sherman briefly considered having former Stooge Joe Besser appear in his place, but ultimately decided against it.
As for the remaining original replacement stooges, Joe Besser died of heart failure on March 1, , followed by Joe DeRita of pneumonia on July 3, Emil Sitka was announced as a Stooge but never performed as such; he died on January 16, , six months after being disabled by a stroke.
Over half a century since their last short film was released, the Three Stooges remain popular with audiences.
Their films have never left American television since first appearing in , and they continue to delight old fans while attracting new viewers.
They were a hard-working group of comedians who were never the critics' darlings, a durable act who endured several personnel changes in their careers that would have permanently sidelined a less persistent act.
The Ted Okuda and Edward Watz book The Columbia Comedy Shorts puts the Stooges' legacy in critical perspective:. Many scholarly studies of motion picture comedy have overlooked the Three Stooges entirely — and not without valid reasoning.
Aesthetically, the Stooges violated every rule that constitutes "good" comedic style. Their characters lacked the emotional depth of Charlie Chaplin and Harry Langdon ; they were never as witty or subtle as Buster Keaton.
They were not disciplined enough to sustain lengthy comic sequences; far too often, they were willing to suspend what little narrative structure their pictures possessed in order to insert a number of gratuitous jokes.
Nearly every premise they have employed spoofs of westerns, horror films, costume melodramas has been done to better effect by other comedians.
And yet, in spite of the overwhelming artistic odds against them, they were responsible for some of the finest comedies ever made.
Their humor was the most undistilled form of low comedy ; they were not great innovators, but as quick laugh practitioners, they place second to none.
If public taste is any criterion, the Stooges have been the reigning kings of comedy for over fifty years. Beginning in the s, the Stooges finally began to receive critical recognition.
The release of nearly all their films on DVD by has allowed critics of Joe Besser and Joe DeRita — often the recipients of significant fan backlash — to appreciate the unique style of comedy that both men brought to the Stooges.
In addition, the DVD market has allowed fans to view the entire Stooge film corpus as distinct periods in their long, distinguished career rather than unfairly comparing one Stooge to another the Curly vs.
Shemp debate continues to this day. The team appeared in films, but it is the durability of the short films the Stooges made at Columbia Pictures that acts as an enduring tribute to the comedy team.
On June 25, , The New York Times Magazine listed The Three Stooges among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the Universal fire.
Although the Three Stooges slapstick comedy was primarily arranged around basic plots dealing with more mundane issues of daily life, a number of their shorts featured social commentary or satire.
The Stooges were often anti-heroical commentators on the class divisions and economic hardships of the Great Depression in the United States.
They were usually under- or unemployed and sometimes homeless or living in shanty towns. The language used by the Three Stooges was more slang -laden than that of typical feature films of the period and deliberately affected a lower class status with use of crude terms, ethnic mannerisms, and inside jokes.
An example of this is the use of the initials A. Much of the "gibberish" that the Stooges sometimes spoke was actually the Jewish language of Yiddish.
The most famous example of this occurs 15 minutes into the short Mutts to You. Moe and Larry were impersonating Chinese laundrymen in an attempt to fool the local cop.
While being questioned Larry says "Ech Bin A China Boychic Frim Slobatkya-Gebernya Hak Mir Nisht Ken Tshaynik And I Dont Mean Efsher".
This translates as "I'm a China boy from Slobatkya Gebernya a Jewish European City in the 19th and 20th centuries stop annoying me and I don't mean maybe.
One important area of political commentary was in the area of the rise of totalitarianism in Europe, notably in the directly satirical You Nazty Spy!
The Three Stooges appeared in films through their career. Of those , short films were made for Columbia Pictures , for which the trio are best known today.
Their first Columbia film, Woman Haters , premiered on May 5, Their contract was extended each year until the final one expired on December 31, The last 8 of the 16 shorts with Joe Besser were released over the next 18 months.
The final release, Sappy Bull Fighters , premiered on June 4, In , Comedy III Productions later, C3 Entertainment was formed by Moe, Larry and Joe DeRita to manage all business and merchandise transactions.
Now controlled by DeRita's heirs, C3 Entertainment has since diversified into a brand management company licensing personality rights to various nostalgia acts, including The Three Stooges.
A handful of Three Stooges shorts first aired on television in , on the American Broadcasting Company ABC network. It was not until that Screen Gems packaged 78 shorts for national syndication; the package was gradually enlarged to encompass the entire library of shorts.
In , KTTV in Los Angeles purchased the Three Stooges films for air, but by the early s, rival station KTLA began airing the Stooges films, keeping them in the schedule until early The Family Channel ran the shorts as part of their Stooge TV block from February 19, , to January 2, In the late s, AMC had held the rights to the Three Stooges shorts, originally airing them under a programming block called "Stooges Playhouse".
In , it was replaced with a program called N. The program would show three random Stooge shorts. Nielsen hosts the program as a college instructor, known as the Professor of Stoogelogy, who teaches to the students lectures on the Three Stooges before the Stooges' shorts air.
The block aired several shorts often grouped by a theme, such as similar schtick used in different films. Although the block was discontinued after AMC revamped their format in , the network still ran Stooges shorts occasionally.
The AMC run ended when Spike TV picked them up in , airing them in their Stooges Slap-Happy Hour every Saturday and Sunday mornings. On June 6, the network began running the Stooges Slap-Happy as a one-hour summer comedy block which ended on September 2, By , the network had discontinued the block.
Although Spike did air Stooges shorts for a brief period of time after the block was canceled, as of late April , the Stooges had disappeared from the network's schedule entirely.
Darstellerisch bot er eine kindgerechte, weniger verrückte und weit weniger dynamische Kopie Curlys. Abermals wurden die Filme von Columbia produziert, lediglich Snow White and the Three Stooges entstand im Auftrag von 20th Century Fox.
In den er Jahren waren die Three Stooges zudem einer der beliebtesten und bestbezahlten Live-Acts in Amerika. Doch am 9. Januar erlitt Larry einen lähmenden Schlaganfall, der seine Komiker-Karriere sowie die Pläne für die TV-Serie beendete.
Damit war auch das Ende für die Three Stooges gekommen. Larry Fine starb am Januar an einer Hirnblutung. Moe Howard starb am 4.
Mai an Lungenkrebs. Joe Besser starb an Herzversagen, Curly Joe DeRita an einer Lungenentzündung. Die meisten, genauer gesagt 78 von 97 Kurzfilmen der Curly-Ära wurden im Auftrag der ARD ins Deutsche synchronisiert.
Moe wurde von Wolfgang Hess gesprochen, Larry von Peter Thom und Curly von Joachim Kemmer. Die rund folgenden Kurzfilme ohne Curly liefen nicht in Deutschland.
Im Frühjahr produzierte der langjährige Stooge-Fan Mel Gibson als Executive Producer den TV-Film The Three Stooges über Leben und Karriere der Komikergruppe.
Paul Ben-Victor spielte Moe, Evan Handler spielte Larry, John Kassir spielte Shemp und Michael Chiklis spielte Curly. Der Film entstand für die ABC und basierte auf Michael Flemings autorisierter Biographie der Stooges, The Three Stooges: From Amalgamated Morons to American Icons.
Dabei handelte es sich nicht um eine Filmbiographie, sondern um ein reines Phantasieprojekt: In drei lose zusammenhängenden Sequenzen erleben die altbekannten Stooge-Charaktere neue Abenteuer in der Gegenwart.
Will Sasso ist als Curly zu sehen, Sean Hayes als Larry und Chris Diamantopoulos als Moe. Bei der Auswahl der Synchronsprecher für die deutschsprachige Version wurde kein Wert darauf gelegt, Stimmen zu finden, die denen der Original-Stooges ähneln.
Ted Healy Tatsächlicher Name: Clarence Ernst Lee Nash Geboren: 1. Oktober Gestorben: Dezember 41 Jahre Stooge-Phasen: —, — Moe Howard Tatsächlicher Name: Moses Harry Horwitz Geboren: Aufgrund seiner Fähigkeiten begann er früh im Show Business.
Um bei jeder Show dabei zu sein, vernachlässigte er die Schule. Curly und Shemp wurden auch vom Show-Leben angezogen.
Im Jahre gründeten sie mit dem berühmten Komiker "Ted Healy and His Stooges". Sie arbeiteten bis mit Ted. Trotz seiner Rolle als temperamentvoller Besserwisser war Moe eigentlich eine ruhige Person und ein gefühlvoller Familienmensch.
Gute Aufnahmen und Soundeffekte sorgten dafür, dass es aussah, als ob er seine Kameraden ernsthaft verletzte. Als seine Frau schwanger wurde, bemerkte er, dass sein geringes Einkommen als "Stooge" nicht für den Lebensunterhalt reichen würde.
Die 3 Stooges versuchen einen Zahn zu ziehen. Fer Tayfur Takip et. Chaos vor Gericht. Sie geraten immer wieder mehr oder weniger unfreiwillig in haarsträubende Situtationen, aus denen sie nur dank ihrer Dummheit.
The Three Stooges - S 5 E 8 - Flat Foot Stooges. The Three Stooges The Three Stooges Flat Foot Stooges E36 RocSoc Classic TV.