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I’m trying to confirm a personal appearance by the Three Stooges (Moe, Larry and Curly Joe DeRita), along with Officer Joe Bolton, probably in 1959, at the Fabian. A display ad would be helpful, too.
Can anyone confirm dates when the Three Stooges performed at the Carolina?
Any information on a possible personal appearance in the late 1920’s or earlt 1930’s of Ted Healy and the Three Stooges?
The Three Stooges Fan Club is trying to confirm the date of a personal appearance of the Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Joe DeRita), possibly with Paul Shannon, and in conjunction with the release of their feature fim “The Outlaws is Comin”, which features Shannon as one of the “outlaws”.
The Three Stooges Fan Club is trying to confirm a Public Appearance by Them (Moe, Larry and Curly), possibly Friday, Saturday and Sunday September 18, 19 & 20, 1936. I saw posts that the theatre opened in 1938. If anyone can confirm dates and/or has display ads, or possibly a newspaper write-up, it will be appreciated.
The Three Stooges Fan Club is trying to verify a late 1936 appearance at the Fox California of the Three Stooges at a Salvation Army benefit, which featured Martha Raye, Leo Carillo, Bob Burns, along with the Three Stooges. Would like to verify the exact date(s) and any other information. My email is:
The Three Stooges Fan Club is trying to confirm dates, AND NON-DATES for Billy Rose’s show “A Night in Spain”, which MAY HAVE played the Metropolitan Aug. 20 to 25, 1928, and Rose’s “Crazy Quilt”, which was scheduled, then BANNED April 6, 1932, and subsequently moved to an unknown venue in St. Paul for April 7 to April 12, 1932.
Any confirmations and additions to the above will be appreciated.
I’m trying to confirm a Ted Healy (The founder of the Three Stooges) appearance (possibly under his birth name of Ernest, or Lee, Nash) in a show titled “Just a Laugh” on July 7, 1920. Please email me at
I’m trying to confirm that Ted Healy (the founder of the Three Stooges), possibly under his birth name of Ernest or Lee, Nash, appeared at the Trent June 12 & 15, 1921. Please email me at
I’m doing research for the Three Stooges Fan Club, on black supporting player Dudley Dickerson. He MAY have been married to Marie Dickerson, who is listed in several Oakland Times articles as a performer at the Premiere in 1933.
Does anyone have any information on her? Thanks. Please email me at:
Moe Howard, individually, appeared at the Harwin November 15 to 17, 1973, according to Gary Lassin, President of the Three Stooges Fan Club. Gary hasn’t, as yet, found any record of any appearances by the Three Stooges, at the Harwin.
Anybody ahve any additional information? Please email me at:
The Three Stooges Fan Club is trying to get information on a live appearance of Moe, Larry and Shemp (The Three Stooges) the week starting Friday, September, 1944 at the Howard theatre. Others on the bill were Willie Bryant and his all-star band, Shorty Matthews and Beth & Martin “Syncopated Personalities”.
It was billed as “their first and only Washington appearance”. It is of great interest because it may have been their first appearance at a “Black” theatre, and because Shemp had replaced Curly on road appearances.
Please email Frank Reighter at
The Three Stooges Fan Club is trying to verify the exact times/dates that The Three Stooges msde a personal appearance at the Jefferson. It was mentioned in a newspaper regarding the re-opening, but no dates were shown. Please email me,
Thanks, Frank Reighter
The Three Stooges Fan Club is trying to get firm start and finish dates for a Personal Appearance by the Three Stooges Larry, Moe and Curly, at the Empire around Feb. 11, 1942. They also did a Defense Stamps sale in Fall River, and were thanked by Mayor Alexander C. Murray.
If someone has the exact dates of their Empire appearance, please email Frank Reighter at
I’m a Three Stooges Fan Club member, trying to confirm a personal appearance by the “3” Stooges (Moe Larry and Shemp), on a bill with Wee Bonnie Baker, the Barretts and Don Hooton, after an appearance by the A.B. Marcus Revue. The movie “Queen of Burlesque” was also shown. I have a display ad, but no dates (or town shown). Believe it was the Summer of 1946, and may have been Shemp’s first appearance after Curly’s strokes. The National was advertised as air cooled and showed a phone number of JA-7863.
Any help will be appreciated.
Thanks Frank Reighter