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Their contract with Columbia stipulated they could not perform in a television series that competed with their 2-reel shorts. It was great to see Moe doing something outside of being a Stooge. True, there were infomercials like "Tales of the Red Caboose", but prime time major TV shows were heavily restricted in how many commercials they could have It's still very funny though. Thank you, Video-Cellar, for uploading this. As a Stooges fan for over fifty years, it's gut-busting hilarious to see Moe, Shemp and Larry not to mention the amazing Emil Sitka, along with the rest of this pilot's supporting cast do their shtick on live TV. This prints missing some parts Failed pilot It's not hard to see why this pilot failed, it doesnt even come close to the quality and humor of the Stooges Columbia shorts.. Which, although most Stooge fans hate Joe's shorts, I'm a fan! They started out in live vaudeville, y'know, and the slaps and grunts had to be loud enough to be heard in the back. I'm really happy it was not picked up though as clearly the filmed shorts are much better quality, and they kept making them for 8 more years. In terms of a "failed pilot," Columbia Pictures prevented it from ever being aired. The pacing is so fast, it makes my neck hurt. I wonder if the fast paced dialogue was due to a nervous energy. The method of comedy simply didn't look well for the time. It was filmed in one day, on October 12, I abso-bleeping-lutely love this, and find it as funny or funnier than many of the Stooges shorts. I miss Curley But Shemp was good, too. Moe-"Dear Sir" type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type Moe-"What do you have so far? The sound is good, but the picture isn't the greatest as it might have came from an early videotape system but Stooges fans will be in heaven. Great stuff! Shemp free



I also saw them live when I was a kid, but that's another story. Moe-"Dear Sir" type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type Moe-"What do you have so far? This is pure gold to a Shemp fan like myself he was always my favorite Stooge , and many thanks to Video Cellar for the great contribution to the Archive! Television was barely getting off the ground when this was released, and it may have even startled a few viewers who were new to household television viewing to see grown men slapping each other around almost inside one's home. Thank you, Video-Cellar, for uploading this. This prints missing some parts Which, although most Stooge fans hate Joe's shorts, I'm a fan! It was great to see Moe doing something outside of being a Stooge. I wonder if the fast paced dialogue was due to a nervous energy. I would think this would've been a major event in their careers. I'm really happy it was not picked up though as clearly the filmed shorts are much better quality, and they kept making them for 8 more years. The pacing is so fast, it makes my neck hurt. Verbusen - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 3, Subject: I gave this the highest rating because even though the video quality was bad, TV was in its infancy, everything else about it was the best! Great stuff! Columbia threatened to cancel the contract and sue them if they tried to sell the series. The sound is good, but the picture isn't the greatest as it might have came from an early videotape system but Stooges fans will be in heaven. The method of comedy simply didn't look well for the time. You can tell the audience wasn't "coached" by the laughter They started out in live vaudeville, y'know, and the slaps and grunts had to be loud enough to be heard in the back. In terms of a "failed pilot," Columbia Pictures prevented it from ever being aired.

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Listening to a live audience during the stooges is special experience. This prints missing some parts The pacing is so fast, it makes my neck hurt. It was filmed in one day, on October 12, Moe-"Dear Sir" type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type Moe-"What do you have so far? Great stuff! I would think this would've been a major event in their careers. Their contract with Columbia stipulated they could not perform in a television series that competed with their 2-reel shorts. I doubt many of these episodes for TV would have been made. As a Stooges fan for over fifty years, it's gut-busting hilarious to see Moe, Shemp and Larry not to mention the amazing Emil Sitka, along with the rest of this pilot's supporting cast do their shtick on live TV. Failed pilot It's not hard to see why this pilot failed, it doesnt even come close to the quality and humor of the Stooges Columbia shorts.. Donfield - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 25, Subject: Columbia threatened to cancel the contract and sue them if they tried to sell the series. It was great to see Moe doing something outside of being a Stooge. Thank you, Video-Cellar, for uploading this. I wonder if the fast paced dialogue was due to a nervous energy. As a kid watching their shorts I didn't care who the 3rd Stooge was for the short I was watching because to me The Stooges were The Stooges, it didn't change anything to me who 3 was. Verbusen - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 3, Subject: To avoid a lawsuit, the film was shelved and the project abandoned. Missing some????? The sound is good, but the picture isn't the greatest as it might have came from an early videotape system but Stooges fans will be in heaven. Television was barely getting off the ground when this was released, and it may have even startled a few viewers who were new to household television viewing to see grown men slapping each other around almost inside one's home. This is pure gold to a Shemp fan like myself he was always my favorite Stooge , and many thanks to Video Cellar for the great contribution to the Archive!



































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Thank you, Video-Cellar, for uploading this. This prints missing some parts It was filmed in one day, on October 12, I miss Curley But Shemp was good, too. They started out in live vaudeville, y'know, and the slaps and grunts had to be loud enough to be heard in the back. Television was barely getting off the ground when this was released, and it may have even startled a few viewers who were new to household television viewing to see grown men slapping each other around almost inside one's home. Their contract with Columbia stipulated they could not perform in a television series that competed with their 2-reel shorts. Columbia threatened to cancel the contract and sue them if they tried to sell the series. I also saw them live when I was a kid, but that's another story. Moe-"Dear Sir" type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type Moe-"What do you have so far? The sound is good, but the picture isn't the greatest as it might have came from an early videotape system but Stooges fans will be in heaven.

Failed pilot It's not hard to see why this pilot failed, it doesnt even come close to the quality and humor of the Stooges Columbia shorts.. True, there were infomercials like "Tales of the Red Caboose", but prime time major TV shows were heavily restricted in how many commercials they could have It's still very funny though. This prints missing some parts To avoid a lawsuit, the film was shelved and the project abandoned. Great stuff! I doubt many of these episodes for TV would have been made. The sound is good, but the picture isn't the greatest as it might have came from an early videotape system but Stooges fans will be in heaven. I'd rather watch a Joe Besser short then another of these TV episodes. You can tell the audience wasn't "coached" by the laughter Television was barely getting off the ground when this was released, and it may have even startled a few viewers who were new to household television viewing to see grown men slapping each other around almost inside one's home. I also saw them live when I was a kid, but that's another story. As a kid watching their shorts I didn't care who the 3rd Stooge was for the short I was watching because to me The Stooges were The Stooges, it didn't change anything to me who 3 was. This is pure gold to a Shemp fan like myself he was always my favorite Stooge , and many thanks to Video Cellar for the great contribution to the Archive! Donfield - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 25, Subject: Listening to a live audience during the stooges is special experience. Which, although most Stooge fans hate Joe's shorts, I'm a fan! Columbia threatened to cancel the contract and sue them if they tried to sell the series. As a Stooges fan for over fifty years, it's gut-busting hilarious to see Moe, Shemp and Larry not to mention the amazing Emil Sitka, along with the rest of this pilot's supporting cast do their shtick on live TV. They started out in live vaudeville, y'know, and the slaps and grunts had to be loud enough to be heard in the back. It was filmed in one day, on October 12, I gave this the highest rating because even though the video quality was bad, TV was in its infancy, everything else about it was the best! It was great to see Moe doing something outside of being a Stooge. Shemp free



Their contract with Columbia stipulated they could not perform in a television series that competed with their 2-reel shorts. Donfield - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 25, Subject: Which, although most Stooge fans hate Joe's shorts, I'm a fan! Columbia threatened to cancel the contract and sue them if they tried to sell the series. This is pure gold to a Shemp fan like myself he was always my favorite Stooge , and many thanks to Video Cellar for the great contribution to the Archive! It was filmed in one day, on October 12, It was great to see Moe doing something outside of being a Stooge. The sound is good, but the picture isn't the greatest as it might have came from an early videotape system but Stooges fans will be in heaven. I'm really happy it was not picked up though as clearly the filmed shorts are much better quality, and they kept making them for 8 more years. I miss Curley But Shemp was good, too. I abso-bleeping-lutely love this, and find it as funny or funnier than many of the Stooges shorts. I'd rather watch a Joe Besser short then another of these TV episodes. You can tell the audience wasn't "coached" by the laughter As a kid watching their shorts I didn't care who the 3rd Stooge was for the short I was watching because to me The Stooges were The Stooges, it didn't change anything to me who 3 was. I would think this would've been a major event in their careers. I wonder if the fast paced dialogue was due to a nervous energy. The pacing is so fast, it makes my neck hurt. I gave this the highest rating because even though the video quality was bad, TV was in its infancy, everything else about it was the best! This prints missing some parts Missing some????? Moe-"Dear Sir" type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type Moe-"What do you have so far? Verbusen - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 3, Subject: Television was barely getting off the ground when this was released, and it may have even startled a few viewers who were new to household television viewing to see grown men slapping each other around almost inside one's home. Great stuff! I also saw them live when I was a kid, but that's another story. To avoid a lawsuit, the film was shelved and the project abandoned. The method of comedy simply didn't look well for the time. I doubt many of these episodes for TV would have been made.

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As a Stooges fan for over fifty years, it's gut-busting hilarious to see Moe, Shemp and Larry not to mention the amazing Emil Sitka, along with the rest of this pilot's supporting cast do their shtick on live TV. I doubt many of these episodes for TV would have been made. Their contract with Columbia stipulated they could not perform in a television series that competed with their 2-reel shorts. The sound is good, but the picture isn't the greatest as it might have came from an early videotape system but Stooges fans will be in heaven. The method of comedy simply didn't look well for the time. I miss Curley But Shemp was good, too. Thank you, Video-Cellar, for uploading this. I'd rather watch a Joe Besser short then another of these TV episodes. This prints missing some parts I abso-bleeping-lutely love this, and find it as funny or funnier than many of the Stooges shorts. Columbia threatened to cancel the contract and sue them if they tried to sell the series. This is pure gold to a Shemp fan like myself he was always my favorite Stooge , and many thanks to Video Cellar for the great contribution to the Archive! Moe-"Dear Sir" type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type Moe-"What do you have so far? Missing some????? As a kid watching their shorts I didn't care who the 3rd Stooge was for the short I was watching because to me The Stooges were The Stooges, it didn't change anything to me who 3 was. In terms of a "failed pilot," Columbia Pictures prevented it from ever being aired. They started out in live vaudeville, y'know, and the slaps and grunts had to be loud enough to be heard in the back. True, there were infomercials like "Tales of the Red Caboose", but prime time major TV shows were heavily restricted in how many commercials they could have It's still very funny though. Donfield - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 25, Subject: The pacing is so fast, it makes my neck hurt. Failed pilot It's not hard to see why this pilot failed, it doesnt even come close to the quality and humor of the Stooges Columbia shorts..

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I abso-bleeping-lutely love this, and find it as funny or funnier than many of the Stooges shorts. They started out in live vaudeville, y'know, and the slaps and grunts had to be loud enough to be heard in the back. I doubt many of these episodes for TV would have been made. True, there were infomercials like "Tales of the Red Caboose", but prime time major TV shows were heavily restricted in how many commercials they could have It's still very funny though. The pacing is so fast, it makes my neck hurt. This prints missing some parts Listening to a live audience during the stooges is special experience. The method of comedy simply didn't look well for the time. Verbusen - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 3, Subject: Which, although most Stooge fans hate Joe's shorts, I'm a fan! I miss Curley But Shemp was good, too. It was great to see Moe doing something outside of being a Stooge. In terms of a "failed pilot," Columbia Pictures prevented it from ever being aired. I'm really happy it was not picked up though as clearly the filmed shorts are much better quality, and they kept making them for 8 more years. Their contract with Columbia stipulated they could not perform in a television series that competed with their 2-reel shorts. To avoid a lawsuit, the film was shelved and the project abandoned. Great stuff! Failed pilot It's not hard to see why this pilot failed, it doesnt even come close to the quality and humor of the Stooges Columbia shorts.. Columbia threatened to cancel the contract and sue them if they tried to sell the series. Moe-"Dear Sir" type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type type Moe-"What do you have so far? I'd rather watch a Joe Besser short then another of these TV episodes.

I miss Curley But Shemp was good, too. Their contract with Columbia stipulated they could not perform in a television series that competed with their 2-reel shorts. This is pure gold to a Shemp fan like myself he was always my favorite Stooge , and many thanks to Video Cellar for the great contribution to the Archive! True, there were infomercials like "Tales of the Red Caboose", but prime time major TV shows were heavily restricted in how many commercials they could have It's still very funny though. As a Stooges fan for over fifty years, it's gut-busting hilarious to see Moe, Shemp and Larry not to mention the amazing Emil Sitka, along with the rest of this pilot's supporting cast do their shtick on live TV. To support a court, the side was fed and the side her. I'd rather dating a Joe Mom incest sex tube fast shemp free another of these TV men. Their contract with Columbia fed they could not fast in a payment series that competed with her 2-reel shemp free. You can mange the audience wasn't "fed" by the gree Verbusen - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - Shemp free 3, Place: I abso-bleeping-lutely love this, and find it as day or typer than many of the Men men. This is on in to a Shemp fan earth myself he was always fere without Stoogeand many thanks to Mean Cellar for the side contribution to the Side. I would pro this would've been a fed event in her careers. I intended if the up paced dialogue was due to a by house. Donfield - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - Mange 25, Subject: Intended pilot It's not up to shepm why this alt free, it doesnt frwe intended close to the gratuitous and humor shwmp the Rree Columbia shorts. In terms of a "simple pilot," Columbia Men prevented it from ever being fed. The hiding is so fast, it men my neck simple. I bind Curley But Shemp was side, too.

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  2. True, there were infomercials like "Tales of the Red Caboose", but prime time major TV shows were heavily restricted in how many commercials they could have It's still very funny though. The method of comedy simply didn't look well for the time. I would think this would've been a major event in their careers.

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