Did the three stooges ever smoke marijuana?
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Two. First was Joe Besser, who joined the Three Stooges after Shemp Howard passed away in 1955. Joe was with the Stooges for two years, 1956 & 1957. He left the Stooges when Columbia quit making two-reel comedies at the end of 1957 and went solo. The second Joe was Joe DeRita who joined the Stooges …in 1958. He was called Curly Joe for his facial resemblance to Curly Howard. He played in the full length films the Stooges made in the 60s. ( Full Answer )
If you been smoking for 10 years but you stop for about 30 days it will clear out. it doesnt matter how long you've done just how long you have until your drug test to clear out the marijuana
The Three Stooges were an American vaudeville and comedy act of the early to mid-20th century best known for their numerous short subject films. Their hallmark was physical slapstick comedy punctuated by quickly-delivered one-liners, within outrageous storylines. The basic premise for all their wo…rk was that they would take any job they could get no matter how little they were qualified for it. See the link below for a detailed biography of the Three Stooges and the characters who made up the act. ( Full Answer )
yes Lucy did appear on one of the three stooges episodes. That episode was called 'Three Little Pigskins' and was made in 1934. Lucy was the girlfriend of a professional football team owner.
Shemp was 5' 6, Curly was 5' 5, and Moe and Larry were 5' 4''.
Shemp was born in 1895, Moe in 1897, Larry in 1902, Curly in 1903, and Joe in 1907.
Jerome "Curly" Horowitz was the youngest born in 1903, Larry Fienstien, 1902, and "Moe" Horowitz 1897. But the part of The third stooge was first played by his older brother "Shemp" Horowitz for a few years.
The Stooges were born in 1925 with Ted Healy, Moe Howard, and Shemp Howard. They were originally called 'Ted Healy and His Stooges' and kept this name until Healy and Moe Howard split in 1934 due to Healy's problems with alcohol. When they signed with Columbia Pictures after the breakup to do two re…el comedies, the name was changed to 'The Three Stooges'. ( Full Answer )
When the Stooges quit making two reelers for Columbia, which was 1958 , Columbia syndicated the films and sold rights to television stations.
There were only three stooges at a time, but six of them altogether.. 1) Moe Howard (Moses Horwitz). 2) Larry Fine (Louis Fienberg). 3) Shemp Howard (Samuel Horwitz). 4) Curly Howard (Jerome Horwitz). 5) Joe Besser. 6) Joe [Curley Joe] DiRita
Shemp , Moe and Curly all had the family name of Howard . Larry's family name was Fine .
anythings"s possible with reruns, generally. There are, of course stitched-together anthology films of the Stooges" works, usually shown late at night or near or on minor holidays such as Halloween. You can"t keep a good stooge down! There were or are also cartoon variants. they drew the ire of Dr. …Spock as he knew of kindergartners who thought the (parade) sequence of two of the stooges using Curley"s head for a drum was hilarious, noit realizing how dangerous it was, the Stooges were past masters of slapstick, and in fact were nealy impotent sans sound effects and trick photography, on stage, live, they were almost boring! My Undle Bob saw them live at the De Witt theatre in Bayonne in the late thirties and was turned off. ( Full Answer )
Whether it's the first time or the 1000th time, marijuana stays in your system for up to a month, maybe longer depending on your body weight and fat content. However, with some drug tests now, such as a hair folicle test, marijuana can be detected for years.
Moe and Larry were always the first and second stooges. At different times the third stooge was Curly, or Shemp, or Joe, or Curly Joe.
Shemp was the original third stooge when the Three stooges were a live act. He left to be in the movies, and he can be seen in a few Abbott & Costello films. He was replaced by Curly, brother to both Moe and Shemp. When Curly had a stroke and was unable to work anymore, Shemp returned and played the… third stooge until his death. ( Full Answer )
Moe's full birth name is Moses Harry Horwitz. Curly is Jerome Lester Horwitz. Shemp was originally Samuel Horwitz (middle name unknown) - the name "Shemp" came about because that was what it sounded like when his mother said "Sam" in her heavy accent. Larry is Louis Fienberg (again, middle name unkn…own). I don't know Joe Besser's middle name. Joe DeRita, or Curly-Joe, was born Joseph Wardell, but took DeRita for his stage name - it was his mother's maiden name. When he joined the Stooges in their later years, he was then called Curly-Joe, due to the physical resemblance between him and Curly, and to avoid confusion with Joe Besser. ( Full Answer )
There are several incarnations of the Three Stooges. Movies about them that have been run on television. Purpose-made TV shorts, often culled from edited material from their very repetitive routines ( drumming on the heads, for example) finally Cartoons that used voices of the real characters, but w…ere cartoons, there are all sorts of overlaps and half-lives plus the fact this type of movie and the cartoon derivatives are seldom dated in the program listings. Good Luck,. The Stooges were intact as a comedy team well over fifty years starting in part on showboats! real show boats, not nite clubs decked out like them. ( Full Answer )
Yes. Larry Fine had a daughter, Phyllis, and a son, John. Phyllispassed away in 1988 and John died at the age of 24 in 1961. MoeHoward had two children: Joan, born 1928 and Paul, born 1935. CurlyHoward had one daughter, Phyllis, born in 1938. All of them did
They are a comedy group in the USA-Moe (Howard), Larry (Fine) and Curly (Howard), though there were quite a few more. The first film was called "Soup to Nuts" in 1930. Last film "The Outlaws are Coming" in 1965.
There are numerous problems with smoking marijuana. None in my opinoun have anything to do with you, but with the law and how people react to the fact that over 89% of Americans have tried marijauna more than once. 1)The law is a prime factor in the problem with "pot" it is illegal because of the f…eeling that you get from the THC in the plant emits when burned and inhaled (the high). Which i would agree would be dangerous if you were put in a mind set that you felt you could drive, when in reality you are in no condition to drive any type of motorized vehicle. 2)Judgement, Personnaly i wouldn't care if people thought diffrent of me cause i did something they don't approve and they don't understand. People think that just because you smoke marijuana that you are classifed as a "stoner" which means that you have no responsiblitys and sit around and do nothing except smoke pot. This confuses me though, because you always see people sitting in there home, with no job, no money but its perfectly acceptable for then to drink achoal all day and do nothing. Yet a person that has a steady job, a home and a car is looked down upon because he/she wants to relax after a hards day of work and smoke marijuana. Society throws them aside as outcast and says that they have a problem or is an addict. I have been in situations were family members would come home and first thing they do is grab a beer out of the fridge and sit down and watch T.V. Im not looking down on those people at all, in my opinion its perfectly acceptable if there life is on track, but what is the difference if you replace the beer with marijuana. 3)Genes, If in your family there has been a serious "hard" drug problem and addiction to substances has been around you your whole life. Then YOU as a person must decide if you will through your life away and decide to use a more serious substance. If you are a strong person and you know who you are as an individual then you will not subcome to the theory of the "gateway drug" Sincerly, John R. Desparicio AZ ( Full Answer )
Researchers say that no person has ever died from smoking marijuana unless you smoke twice what you wiegh in pounds, then you have to be in an AIRTIGHT room. ( which would kill you anyways ) and light up all that Mary Jane. so technicaly HELLA NOO!
I"m Larry, I"m Moe ( flat-top haircut) I"m Curley Joe ( partly bald) Bash! the Three Stooges.
The black and white shorts ended in December 1957. After that, they then went on doing a TV series known as "The New Three Stooges" that was half-cartoon, half-live action, as well as several full-length feature films. All that officially ended in 1970
to my knowledge, and many stoners are proud of this fact, no....but i find that fact fairly hard to believe
Shemp had a bit role as an ex con in Another Thin Man released in 1939.
No, but colorized versions of certain shorts have been released. They can be found easily on YouTube
No. Curly suffered a stroke while filming Half-Wits Holiday in 1946. He never made a full recovery although he did a cameo bit in Hold That Lion in 1947. He suffered another stroke in 1948 and spent the final three years of his life (Curly passed away January 18, 1952) in and out of hospitals a…nd rehab centers. ( Full Answer )
Generically they were Larry, Curly and Moe. But in reality there were a total of SIX stooges that filled the roles. Originally Larry and Moe Fine, and Shemp Howard. Shemp was replaced with Jerry "Curly" Fine, and later by "Joe" Besser. The last stooge was Joe Derita as "Curly Joe".
The Three Stooges started in 1925 as part of a vaudeville act called 'Ted Healy and His Stooges'. They went through legal battles with Healy but after a settlement, debuted in 1933 as The Three Stooges and were signed by MGM Studios. In 1934, they split with Healy and over the years experienced nume…rous personal changes when one of the troupe would get sick or pass away. ( Full Answer )
"The Three Stooges" were one of the most popular and influentialcomedy teams in Hollywood history .They were highly influentialupon slap-'shtick' comedy and affected many comedians who broughtlaughter to many . Benny Hill , Jonathan Winters , Mel Gibson andRobin Williams all admitted to having been …influenced by theStooges . The short "You Nazsty Spy!" so enraged Adolph Hitler , that theywere on his death-list . ( Full Answer )
Moe Howard (June 19, 1897 -- May 4, 1975) died from lung cancer , Shemp Howard (March 4, 1895 -- November 22, 1955) passed away as a result of a heart attack , Curly Howard (October 22, 1903 -- January 18, 1952) expired from a cerebral hemorrhage and Larry Fine's death (October 5, 1902 -- January 24…, 1975) was from a stroke . ( Full Answer )
Absolutely it doesnt leave the blood until a good 32 days unless you take shots of vinegar or drink lots of cranberry juice
Curly Howard passed away from a cerebral hemorrhage January 18, 1952 ; he was 48 years old .
Moe Howard probably since he had a better sense of business than the other Stooges Larry and Shemp . Ted Healy would have liked to claim he invented the Stooges but this is not true because The Three stooges became the famous trio after leaving Ted Healy .
There was a lot of slapping, smacking, eye-poking, nose twisting, ear pulling, shoving, tripping and the ever popular knocking of heads together.
There is , supposedly , a Three Stooges film in the works but , so far , there is little news as to when we can expect a film much less who will be in it - there was one film produced by Mel Gibson in 2000 .
Curly died at 48 years old Moe died at 77 years old Larry died at 72 years old
What began as a vaudaville act became a lucrative vehicle for Columbia Pictures. Most of the 200 Stooges episodes were filmed at Columbia Studios in Los Angeles or LA area.
Curly died January 18th, 1952 of complications of a stroke and was the first to go. He was 48 years old. Then Moe died of lung cancer on Sunday May 4th, 1975 he was 77 years old. Finally Larry died Friday, January 24th, 1975 at the age of 72. So Moe lived the longest, but Larry survived the… longest. ( Full Answer )
Moe Howard , Shemp Howard , Curly Howard , Larry Fine , Joe Besserand Joe DeRita .
"Have Rocket -- Will Travel" (1959). 76 minutes. "Snow White and the Three Stooges" (1961). 107 minutes. "The Three Stooges Meet Hercules" (1962). 89 minutes. "The Three Stooges in Orbit" (1962). 90 minutes. "The Three Stooges Go Around the World in a Daze" (1963). 94 minutes. "The Outlaws is …Coming" (1965). 88 minutes. ( Full Answer )
Yes, all of them had blue eyes. I found it surprising when I read it at the Stoogeum, the Three Stooges museum in PA. They have IDs and licenses and other things from the Stooges in there, and all of them said the four Stooges (Moe, Curly, Shemp, and Larry) all had blue eyes.
It wasn't so much the Stooges that were racist as it was the idiotproducers and the idiot film audiences of the era that were.
If you mean when the show very first began, their first shortpremiered on May 5, 1934. If you mean each individual Stooge'sbirthday: Moe was born on June 19, 1897. Larry was born on October5, 1902. Curly was born on October 22, 1903. Shemp was born onMarch 11, 1895. Joe Besser was born on August 12,… 1907. Curly JoeDeRita was born on July 12, 1909 ( Full Answer )
There really is no age requirement. For example, I have watched them ever since I was five. Little kids can watch them
Moe's real name was Moses Harry Horwitz. Larry's real name was Louis Feinberg. Curly's real name was Jerome Lester Horwitz. Shemp's real name was Samuel Horwitz (Shemp came from the way their Russian mother's thick accent pronunciation of Samuel). Joe Besser went by his real name. Curly Joe DeRita's… real name was Joseph Wardell. He took his mother's maiden name for his stage name ( Full Answer )
The Three Stooges formed a vaudeville act in 1925. The Farrelly brothers most recently carried on the Three Stooges name with a film produced in 2012.
The 3 actors that played in The Three Stooges film were Moe Howard,Larry Fine and Curly Howard. The Three Stooges film of 2012, isbased around comedy. There was also Shemp Howard - Joe Besser and Joe DeRita .
Moe and Larry were the only two Stooges that stayed on during allthe years they performed. The third Stooge was replaced a lot. Thefirst one, Curly, was part of the Stooges from the start in 1934and left in early 1947 due to severe health problems. Shempreplaced Curly in 1947. His career ended in 19…56 when he died froma heart attack due to an accidentally swallowed lit cigar (he wasin a taxi on his way home with a friend from a boxing match. Thetaxi hit a pot hole, and Shemp swallowed the cigar and immediatelyslumped into his friend's lap. He died one hour later) Shemp wasreplaced by Joe Besser from 1956-1959. The Stooges were then firedfrom Columbia Studios due to budget crisis. But after their shortsgained popularity by airing on TV networks, they were then rehiredand Curly Joe joined the Stooges and this last trio performed from1959 to 1975, doing a majority of full-length movies, and thenshorts that were half live action, half cartoon and all in color ( Full Answer )
Yes. Moe, Curly and Shemp were brothers. They had two brothers that stayed out of the spotlight. Shemp was the first born and Curly was the last born. Moe was born over one year before Curly