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The Three Stooges Scrapbook

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Three Stooges Scrapbook
3StoogesScrapbook.jpg
GenreSitcom
Television pilot
Based onThe Three Stooges
Written byElwood Ullman
Directed bySidney Miller
StarringMoe Howard
Larry Fine
Joe DeRita
Emil Sitka
Marjorie Eaton
Edward Innes
Albert Grazier
Narrated byDon Lamond
Theme music composerGeorge Duning
Stanley Styne
Opening theme"I Want to Be a Stooge"
Ending theme"I Want to Be a Stooge"
ComposerPaul Dunlap
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of episodes1
Production
ProducerNorman Maurer
EditorChuck Gladden
Running time25 minutes
Production companiesNormandy Productions, Inc.
Release
Picture format4:3
Audio formatMonaural
Original releaseUnaired (Unaired)

Three Stooges Scrapbook is an unaired 1960 television pilot starring The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly-Joe DeRita). In the opening title and Hollywood trade ads, the show's title is spelled without "The," including a promotional photograph of the Stooges holding an oversized scrapbook. The pilot featured the slapstick trio getting evicted from a rooming house for cooking in their apartment, looking for a new place to live, finding refuge in the home of a mad inventor (played by Emil Sitka), and presenting an animated short called The Spain Mutiny that imagines the funnymen as part of Christopher Columbus’ crew.[1]

Three Stooges Scrapbook was filmed in color and produced by Norman Maurer (Moe Howard’s son-in-law), who hoped to establish a weekly program for children’s television.[2] When no network wanted to pursue the project as a series, Maurer divided the pilot into two short films that were released to theaters in 1963. Maurer also reprinted the live action scenes in black-and-white and incorporated them into the 1962 feature film The Three Stooges in Orbit.[1]

To date, the original pilot has never been released on home media.

Cast

Credits

  • Director: Sidney Miller
  • Writer: Elwood Ullman
  • Producer: Norman Maurer
  • Starring: Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Joe DeRita
  • Featuring: Emil Sitka, Marjorie Eaton, Don Lamond, Edward Innes, Albert Grazier
  • Music Composer and Conductor: Paul Dunlap
  • Title Song: George Dunning (music) and Stanley Styne (lyrics)
  • Vocals: The Eligibles
  • Director of Photography: Hal McAlpin
  • Film Editor: Chuck Gladden
  • Assistant Director: Harry Slott
  • Chief Electrician: Robert Petzoldt
  • Sound Recorder: Leon Leon
  • Property Master: Chick Chicetti
  • Set Decorator: Frank Lombardo
  • Script Supervisor: Joe Franklin
  • Makeup: Ted Coodley
  • Costumer: Jack Angel
  • Grip: Tex Hayes
  • Laboratory: Consolidated Film Industries
  • Sound: Glen Glenn
  • Costume Designer: Sascha Brastoff

Book

The Three Stooges Scrapbook is also the title of a 1982 book written by Stooge experts Jeff and Greg Lenburg and Joan Howard Maurer (Moe Howard's daughter and Norman Maurer's wife).[3]

See also

  • Kook's Tour - another unbroadcast Three Stooges pilot from 1970 that was released initially through the home movie market and later on VHS and DVD.

References

  1. ^ a b "The Three Stooges Scrapbook". The Three Stooges Online Filmography. Retrieved 2009-05-03.
  2. ^ Jeff Lenburg, Joan Howard Maurer and Greg Lenburg (1994). The Three Stooges Scrapbook. Citadel Press. p. 267. ISBN 0-8065-0946-5.
  3. ^ Nathan Cobb (September 26, 1986). "The 3 Stooges: More Than You Wanted to Know About Larry, Moe, Shemp and the Curlys". Boston Globe. Retrieved 2009-05-03.

External links

This page was last edited on 6 May 2022, at 23:42
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