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The Three Stooges were an American vaudeville and comedy act of the mid 20th century best known for their numerous short films. They were commonly known by their first names: Moe, Larry, & Curly; Moe, Larry, & Shemp; and other lineups. Originally they featured the three-man line-up of brother Moe Howard (born Harry Moses Horwitz), long-time friend Larry Fine (born Louis Feinberg), and brother Shemp Howard (born Samuel Horwitz). Shemp was later replaced by brother Curly Howard (born Jerome Lester Horwitz) in 1932. When Curly suffered a stroke in 1946, Shemp rejoined the act and replaced him. After Shemp's death in 1955, Joe Palma was temporarily used as a stand-in double to help fulfill Shemp's four remaining contracted films. Shemp was then replaced by bald-headed "sissy" comedian Joe Besser, and eventually by Joe "Curly-Joe" DeRita (born Joseph Wardell). After Larry's death, Emil Sitka, a long-time fellow actor in Stooge comedies, was contracted to be the replacement Stooge for Larry, but no film was ever made with him in that role, although some publicity photographs exist of him with his hair combed similarly to Larry posing with Moe and Curly-Joe prior to Moe's death and the end of the act.
The Stooges' hallmark was extremely physical slapstick comedy, mixed with one-liners, the introduction of additional characters and outrageous plots.
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