All the World's a Stooge - The Three Stooges - Moe, Larry, and Curly - Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Print

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All the World's a Stooge - The Three Stooges - Moe, Larry, and Curly - Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Print

$5.00 at View Obscura

All the World's a Stooge and we are merely players ... Moe, Larry and Curly doing what they do best. That is putty the hurt on curly. The print looks amazing matted and framed and will make a great addition to your home. A must for the Stooge lover in you! (Watermark Does Not Appear On Actual Photograph)

This image was created by renowned California photographer Ken Hulsey.

Each image is a limited edition that is signed by the artist and numbered (1-50).

The image is printed on professional studio grade glossy paper by a professional photography studio not a home printer.

The item will be shipped in an acid free bag with a protective board to prevent folding or creasing.

Larger items will be rolled and shipped in a protective tube.

Limited Edition: 50 numbered pieces

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 farce and slapstick. In films, the Stooges were commonly known by their first names: "Moe, Larry, and Curly" or "Moe, Larry, and Shemp," among other lineups depending on the films.

The act started as Ted Healy and his Southern Gentlemen, consisting of Moe Howard, his brother Shemp, and Larry Fine. This threesome did one feature film entitled Soup to Nuts before Shemp left to pursue a solo career. He was replaced by his brother Curly and the trio became The Three Stooges.

When Curly suffered a debilitating stroke in May 1946, Shemp returned, reinstating the original lineup until Shemp's death in November, 1955. Film actor Joe Palma was used as a temporary stand-in to complete four Shemp-era shorts before Joe Besser joined as the third Stooge. Joe DeRita ("Curly Joe") replaced Besser by 1958. The act regained momentum throughout the 1960s as popular kiddie fare until Larry Fine's paralyzing stroke in January 1970 doomed its resurgence.

Larry died from a series of strokes in January 1975. Moe tried one final time to revive the Stooges with longtime supporting actor Emil Sitka in Larry's role, but this attempt was cut short with Moe's passing in May 1975. - Wikipedia

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