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Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Three Stooges Quotes

"I'm doing the elevator dance." "Elevator dance?" "Yeah, there's no steps to it."
- Larry and Ted (SOUP TO NUTS, 1930)
"Here I go with another load."
- Ted Healy (BEER AND PRETZELS, 1933)
"She promised to meet me at 10 o'clock. It's now half past eight and she's not here yet!" "I think she'll be comin' round the mountain when she comes."
- Moe and Curly (PLANE NUTS, 1933)
"I'm the best musician in the country!" "Yeah, but how are ya in the city?"
- Moe and Larry (DANCING LADY, 1933)
"Were them funny noises comin' outta you or the piano?"
- Joan Crawford to Larry (DANCING LADY, 1933)
"Gimme a 3 letter word meaning 'rat'." "Meaning 'rat'?" "Yeah." (Ted points to Curly) "Him."
- Moe and Ted Healy (MYRT AND MARGE, 1933)
"I'll explain everything." "Yeah, Mullins will explain it. Then we'll bring in an interpreter to go over it!" [Slap!]
- Ted Healy and Curly (MYRT AND MARGE, 1933)
"Say Myrt, who are these gentlemen?" "Gentlemen?! Cut out the sarcasm!"
- Thomas Jackson & Ted Healy (MYRT AND MARGE, 1933)
"My corns are killing me." "Why don't you do something for them?" "Why should I? They never did anything for me!"
- Shemp Howard & Harry Gribbon (CORN ON THE COP, 1934)
"Don't worry, I got what it takes to cure him."
- Moe (WOMAN HATERS, 1934)
"And when I'm finished with my crooning, on my knees I'll fall! My life! My love! My all!"
- Larry (WOMAN HATERS, 1934)
"Why don't I come up and see ya sometime when you're in the nude... I mean mood."
- Shemp Howard (ART TROUBLE, 1934)
"Burnt toast and a rotten egg? Whatta ya want that for?" "I got a tapeworm and that's good enough for him!"
- Curly and Moe (PUNCH DRUNKS, 1934)
"I lost my ba-lance" "Oh, ya lost your ba-lance, eh?" "Yeah" "Well go find it!"
- Larry and Moe (PUNCH DRUNKS, 1934)
"And now kiddies, Uncle Dan will tell you what happened when Fuzzy Bear met Jerry Porcupine at the old hollow tree stump in the woods right next to Peter Rabbit's gingerbread house..."
- Radio Announcer (PUNCH DRUNKS, 1934)
"Every time I hear that Weasel tune, something POPS inside of me!"
- Curly (PUNCH DRUNKS, 1934)
"I'm in a terrible dilemma." "Yeah, I don't care much for these foreign cars either."
- Dorothy Granger and Moe (PUNCH DRUNKS, 1934)
"This is gettin' on my noives!"
- Curly (PUNCH DRUNKS, 1934)
"Calling Dr. Howard, Dr. Fine, Dr. Howard!"
- P.A. Announcer (MEN IN BLACK, 1934)
"Let's pluck 'im and see if he's ripe!"
- Larry (MEN IN BLACK, 1934)
"For duty and humanity!"
- Moe Larry and Curly (
MEN IN BLACK, 1934)
"We graduated with the highest temperatures in our class."
- Larry (
MEN IN BLACK, 1934)
"What did you do for patient in 72?" "Nothing! What did he ever do for us!"
- Del Henderson and Curly (MEN IN BLACK, 1934)
"Boy, did I pick me a double order of skunk!" "She thinks it's ermine."
- Moe and Lucille Ball (THREE LITTLE PIGSKINS, 1934)
"Let's play post office." "That's a kid's game." "Not the way I play it."
- Curly & Phyllis Crane (THREE LITTLE PIGSKINS, 1934)
Moe, Larry, the Cheese!!
- Curly (HORSES'' COLLARS, 1935)
"All for one!" "One for all!" "Every man for himself!"
- Larry, Moe and Curly (RESTLESS KNIGHTS, 1935)
"And what were you doing in Paris?" "Oh, looking over the Parasites."
- Geneva Mitchell & Curly (RESTLESS KNIGHTS, 1935)
"What'cha do with the Queen?!" "Maybe he trumped her." [Smack!]
- Moe and Curly (RESTLESS KNIGHTS, 1935)
"Maybe they'll miss us." "That'll be an arrow escape."
- Larry & Curly (RESTLESS KNIGHTS, 1935)
"And I, the Count of Ten?" "No, you are Baron of Grey Matter."
- Curly & Walter Brennan (RESTLESS KNIGHTS, 1935)
"How can I ignite the fire in my heart when you've got your foot in my face!"
- Emmy (HIS FIRST FLAME, 1935)
"Oh! Look at the grouse!"
- Curly (POP GOES THE EASEL, 1935)
"I am an artist!" "I am an artist too!" "Oh, a pair of drawers!"
- Leo White, Larry, and Curly (POP GOES THE EASEL, 1935)
"I got sick of the dough, and thought I'd go on the loaf."
- Curly (UNCIVIL WARRIORS, 1935)
"Well being as there's no other place around the place, I reckon this must be the place, I reckon."
- Curly (UNCIVIL WARRIORS, 1935)
"I baked a cake once, but it fell and killed the cat."
- Moe (UNCIVIL WARRIORS, 1935)
"What did you say the name of this cake was?" "Southern Comfort." "Tastes more like Southern Comforter."
- Moe and Phyllis Crane (UNCIVIL WARRIORS, 1935)
"Tastes like southern comforter!"
- Moe (UNCIVIL WARRIORS, 1935)
"Meet the wife, and don't laugh."
- Shemp (WHY PAY RENT?, 1935)
"What's that for? I didn't do nuthin'!" "That's in case ya do and I'm not around!"
- Larry and Moe (HOI POLLOI, 1935)
"Thanks for the dance... and cut yourself a slice'a throat! "
- Curly (HOI POLLOI, 1935)
"You must believe in the hypothesis of occult power!" "Well, I guess so... "
- Phyllis Crane and Moe (HOI POLLOI, 1935)
"It ain't the dippin'. It's the countin' that's got me!"
- Curly (HOI POLLOI, 1935)
"Allow me to introduce Prof. Nichols' two daughters." "Brother, can you spare a Nichol?"
- Harry Holman & Larry (HOI POLLOI, 1935)
"How're we gonna shoot golf without guns?"
- Curly (THREE LITTLE BEERS, 1935)
"Well, Jasper. What did you shoot?" "I shot a seven but they wouldn't give me the money."
- Moe and Curly (THREE LITTLE BEERS, 1935)
"He's pointin' to where you are!" "You mean he's pointin' to where I was!"
- Curly and Moe (THREE LITTLE BEERS, 1935)
"C'mon! What's'a'matter with 'ya?... 'Ya nuts?!"
- Moe (THREE LITTLE BEERS, 1935)
"Where are those three loafers?" "They're in there, talking politics. I just heard one of them say, 'Let's have a New Deal'."
- Harrison Greene & Hilda Title (ANTS IN THE PANTRY, 1936)
"What school did you go to?" "Oxford." "Well you better go back to high shoes!" [crunch!]
- Moe and Curly (ANTS IN THE PANTRY, 1936)
"Aw boss, give us another chance." "Yeah, be a regular guy."
- Moe and Curly (ANTS IN THE PANTRY, 1936)
"What's that thing for?" "Just in case we meet a bear." "Yeah? Meet my bare hand."
- Moe and Larry (ANTS IN THE PANTRY, 1936)
"What're'ya tryin' to do, kill him?! Save him for me... I'll kill him when he gets out!"
- Moe (ANTS IN THE PANTRY, 1936)
"If at first you don't succeed, keep on suckin' til ya do suck seed!"
- Curly (MOVIE MANIACS, 1936)
"Our genius ain't appreciated around here... let's scram!"
- Moe (MOVIE MANIACS, 1936)
"Dear Santy Claus,"
- Curly (MOVIE MANIACS, 1936)
"Soitenly I'm sound asleep." "Then why are you talkin'." "I'm talkin' in my sleep!"
- Moe and Curly (MOVIE MANIACS, 1936)
"Tell me your name so I can tell your mother." "My mother knows my name."
- Moe and Curly (MOVIE MANIACS, 1936)
"Pipe down, you guys, you're spoilin' the whole war for me!"
- Larry (HALF-SHOT SHOOTERS, 1936)
'Would you fight for this great Republic, and..." "Republican?! Naw, I'm a Democrat!" "Not me!! I'm a pedestrian!"
- Edward LeSaint, Moe and Curly (HALF-SHOT SHOOTERS, 1936)
"Every time you think you weaken the nation."
- Moe (HALF-SHOT SHOOTERS, 1936)
"His mother and my mother are both mothers."
- Curly (HALF-SHOT SHOOTERS, 1936)
"I don't know where that one landed, but I hope it didn't hit the pool room!"
- Moe (HALF-SHOT SHOOTERS, 1936)
"He's for onesies, you gave him twosies." "Here's fivesies!" [SLAP!!]
- Larry and Moe (DISORDER IN THE COURT, 1936)
"The action of this pistol is so hard, it would take the strength of a mule to pull the trigger! Here, try it." "I'm no mule!" "Naw, your ears are too short!"
- Bud Jamison, Curly and Moe (DISORDER IN THE COURT, 1936)
"What comes after 75?" "76." "That's the spirit!"
- Moe & Larry (DISORDER IN THE COURT, 1936)
"He's asking you if you'll swear..." "No! But I know all da woids."
- Edward LeSaint & Curly (DISORDER IN THE COURT, 1936)
"Johnsonnnnn!!"
- James C. Morton (PAIN IN THE PULLMAN, A, 1936)
"I'm Paul Paine, the heart throb of millions!" "What's a heart throb?" "A pain in the neck!"
- James C. Morton, Larry & Curly (PAIN IN THE PULLMAN, A, 1936)
"Aw Cap, you wouldn't throw us out into the cold, cruel world... we'd freeze." "Yeh, it'd be cruelty to animals!"
- Moe and Curly (FALSE ALARMS, 1936)
"You'll like me after we get acquainted. I grow on people." "So do warts."
- June Gittelson and Curly (FALSE ALARMS, 1936)
"For you I have zee grand surprise!" "So have I, if you only knew it!"
- Bud Jamison and Curly (WHOOPS, I'M AN INDIAN!, 1936)
"If this was my place, I'd throw ya out of it!"
- Moe (WHOOPS, I'M AN INDIAN!, 1936)
"You keep my wigwam?" "You keep your own wig warm!"
- Bud Jamison and Curly (WHOOPS, I'M AN INDIAN!, 1936)
"Oh, deer!" "... I didn't think you cared." "I don't!" [smack!]
- Moe & Curly (WHOOPS, I'M AN INDIAN!, 1936)
"Is this work in competent hands?" "Coitainly, we're all incompetent!"
- Vernon Dent and Curly (SLIPPERY SILKS, 1936)
"I'd look stunning in that riding habit." "I think there'd be trouble figuring out which one was the horse."
- June Gittelson and Curly (SLIPPERY SILKS, 1936)
"Hello Ma, hello Pa. It wasn't much of a fight. I stood like that... but not for long!"
- Curly (DIZZY DOCTORS, 1937)
"If you have a knicknack with a nick in it, we'll knock the nick outta the knicknack with Brighto!"
- Larry (DIZZY DOCTORS, 1937)
"Are ya listenin'? Ba-ba-ba-boo, ba-ba-ba-boo, ba-ba-ba-boo!!"
- Larry (DIZZY DOCTORS, 1937)
"A guy wants to know what to do for inflammation." "Why call us? Tell him to dial Inflammation!"
- Curly and Moe (DIZZY DOCTORS, 1937)
"Brighto! Brighto! It makes old bodies new! We'll sell a million bottles, Woo, woo, woo, woo, woo, woo, woo!"
- Curly (DIZZY DOCTORS, 1937)
"No Smoking, No Hunting, No Fishing, No Nothing - Go Home!"
- Indian Signs (BACK TO THE WOODS, 1937)
"Fire at will." "Which one is Will?"
- Moe and Curly (BACK TO THE WOODS, 1937)
"Buffalo Bill." "Buffalo Billiuos." "Just plain Bill."
- Curly, Moe and Larry (GOOFS AND SADDLES, 1937)
"Five hundred dollars!? Hmmm... that's almost a million!"
- Curly (CASH AND CARRY, 1937)
"There's a treasure there buried by Captain Kidd's kid." "No kiddin'!"
- Lester Dorr and Curly (CASH AND CARRY, 1937)
"Remind me to kill you later." "I'll make a note of it!.....I ain't got a pencil." "I changed my mind, I'm going to kill you right now!"
- Moe and Curly (CASH AND CARRY, 1937)
"I had a dollar once---" "That's enough!"
- Larry and Moe (CASH AND CARRY, 1937)
"Get down outta that tree, Tarzan!"
- Marcia Healy (SITTER-DOWNERS, THE, 1937)
"Dynamite? You're not gonna blast?!" "What would you do?" "... I'd blast."
- Curly and Moe (SITTER-DOWNERS, THE, 1937)
"I got Stetson. Which one is she?"
- Curly (SITTER-DOWNERS, THE, 1937)
"At yer service, day or night, we do the job and do it right... Acme!"
- Moe, Larry and Curly (TERMITES OF 1938, 1938)
"I call it 'A Maid On Her Night Out Winding a Grandfather Clock With Her Left Hand!'"
- Curly (WEE WEE MONSIEUR, 1938)
"You Foreign Legion, we American Legion. Brother Legionaires!"
- Moe (WEE WEE MONSIEUR, 1938)
"This'll be worth a fortune after I'm gone." "I should kill you now and find out!"
- Curly and Harry Semels (WEE WEE MONSIEUR, 1938)
"Name of a pig! How is it possible to make so much noise painting?" "You don't know us guys, we make noise stuffing a mattress!"
- Omay and Moe (TASSELS IN THE AIR, 1938)
"Sure, you can help. Go mix me a batch of spotted paint."
- Moe (TASSELS IN THE AIR, 1938)
"You mean I'm um-day in pig language?" "You're um-day in any language."
- Curly and Moe (TASSELS IN THE AIR, 1938)
"This bed goes back to Henry the 8th." "That's nuthin'. We had a bed that went back to Sears Roebuck the 3rd."
- James C. Morton and Curly (HEALTHY, WEALTHY, AND DUMB, 1938)
"What's that monkey got, that I ain't got?" "A longer tail."
- Curly and Moe (HEALTHY, WEALTHY, AND DUMB, 1938)
"Don't ya know it's bad etiquette to reach in front of a person when said person is trying to snag a morsel of food?"
- Moe (VIOLENT IS THE WORD FOR CURLY, 1938)
"Is it true that time and space are calculated by the ratio of inner planetary magnetism to solar radiation?"
- Student (VIOLENT IS THE WORD FOR CURLY, 1938)
"Run lady! Yer team's gettin' all the breaks!"
- Larry (VIOLENT IS THE WORD FOR CURLY, 1938)
"You snore like a roarin' lion!" "I do not! I stayed awake all last night to see if I snored, and I DIDN'T!"
- Curly and Larry (THREE MISSING LINKS, 1938)
"Huck mir nisht a chynick, and I don't mean efsher!"
- Larry (MUTTS TO YOU, 1938)
"I don't know. It was my idea, but I don't think much of it."
- Moe (MUTTS TO YOU, 1938)
"I'm gonna change my socks... what an experience!"
- Moe (THREE LITTLE SEW AND SEWS, 1939)
"Gasoline don't taste so good since Prohibition. They ain't so careful like when they used it for makin' gin."
- Curly (THREE LITTLE SEW AND SEWS, 1939)
"One move out of you, and I'll kill you." "If you do, I'll never talk to you again!"
- Phyllis Barry & Curly (THREE LITTLE SEW AND SEWS, 1939)
"I got an idea! We'll make a mummy out of you!" "But I can't be a mummy, I'm a daddy!"
- Moe and Curly (WE WANT OUR MUMMY, 1939)
"Hey fellas! I found it!" "Found What?" "A Tiskit, A Taskit, that Green and Yellow Basket! Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk!"
- Curly, Larry and Moe (WE WANT OUR MUMMY, 1939)
"I'll be back in a quack with a quack, and I do mean quack!"
- Curly (A DUCKING THEY DID GO, 1939)
"What kind of a drink is that?" "My own brand, a Western Surprise." "There's no liquor in that!" "That's the surprise!
- Moe and Curly (YES, WE HAVE NO BONANZA, 1939)
"Oh boy! I can see it now...I come home from a hard day's work...I whistle for the dog....and my wife comes out!"
- Curly (YES, WE HAVE NO BONANZA, 1939)
"You know I'm temperamental." "Yeah, 95% temper, 5% mental."
- Curly and Moe (SAVED BY THE BELLE, 1939)
"What kind of fool do you take me for?" "Why? Is there more than one kind?"
- Leroy Mason and Curly (SAVED BY THE BELLE, 1939)
"Oh, mutiny, eh?" "Yeah, and it's not on the Bounty!"
- Moe and Curly (CALLING ALL CURS, 1939)
"Success!" "Success!" "Mazel Tov!"
- Moe, Larry and Curly (CALLING ALL CURS, 1939)
"Why don't you get a toupee with some brains it!?!"
- Moe to Curly (THREE SAPPY PEOPLE, 1939)
"We must lend our neighbors a helping hand! We must lend them two helping hands, and help ourselves to our neighbors! Bedlock!"
- Moe Hailstone (YOU NAZTY SPY!, 1940)
"And what does a dictator do? Why, he drinks wine, makes love to beautiful women, promises the people everything but gives them nothing, and takes all for himself. THAT's a dictator." "Oh, a parasite! That's for me!"
- Mr. Amscray and Curly (YOU NAZTY SPY!, 1940)
"Wait a minute, how can you shoot her with dice?" "They're loaded."
- Moe and Curly (YOU NAZTY SPY!, 1940)
"To you, I give Mickey-Finland." "If I get Mickey-Finland, I'd better be rushin'." "Then quit Stalin."
- Moe, Larry and Curly (YOU NAZTY SPY!, 1940)
"A Dictator? Why, he makes love to beautiful women, drinks champange, enjoys life and never works. He makes speeches to the people promising them plenty, gives them nothing, then takes everything! That's a Dictator." "Hmm, a parasite! That's for me!"
- Lynton Brent and Curly (YOU NAZTY SPY!, 1940)
"Indians? I ain't afraid of Indians! I once shot a Morris chair from underneat' Sittin' Bull!"
- Curly (ROCKIN' THRU THE ROCKIES, 1940)
"Hey, this fish looks like Moe." "It is Moe!"
- Curly and Larry (ROCKIN' THRU THE ROCKIES, 1940)
"Dis house has sho' gone crazy!"
- Dudley Dickerson (A-PLUMBING WE WILL GO, 1940)
"Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How does your garden grow? With silver bells and cockle shells, And one measly petunia!"
- Curly (NUTTY BUT NICE, 1940)
"Can you think of anything else?" "No, you've covered it all." "Then I'm not even wounded?" "That's what you think!" [Whomp!]
- Curly and Moe (NUTTY BUT NICE, 1940)
"What'll the world do without me? What'll I do without myself?"
- Curly (NUTTY BUT NICE, 1940)
"What do I look like, a rivet??" "How do you feel?" "Like a rivet."
- Moe and Curly (HOW HIGH IS UP?, 1940)
"Did you see where I almost went?!" "No, but I know where you oughta go."
- Curly and Moe (HOW HIGH IS UP?, 1940)
"Hey, did that sweater have a pink bow?!" "NO!" "You cut his ear off..."
- Moe and Curly (HOW HIGH IS UP?, 1940)
"If you had played your part like a Pekinese instead of a wolfhound, our plan woulda worked!"
- Moe (FROM NURSE TO WORSE, 1940)
"Roses are red, and how do you do? Drink four of these, and Woo woo woo woo!"
- Curly (NO CENSUS, NO FEELING, 1940)
"Wait a minute, flathead! We just got a job. We're working for the census." "You mean Will Hays?"
- Moe and Curly (NO CENSUS, NO FEELING, 1940)
"Good morning, sir. I'm the census taker. Are you married or happy?"
- Moe (NO CENSUS, NO FEELING, 1940)
"What was your family decomposed of?" "Well, I'll tell you. There was a litter of three, and I was the one they kept."
- Moe and Curly (NO CENSUS, NO FEELING, 1940)
"Boy, you got brains like Napoleon." "Napoleon's dead." "I know it."
- Moe and Larry (NO CENSUS, NO FEELING, 1940)
"She looks like a million." "Aww, she can't be that old."
- Moe & Larry (NO CENSUS, NO FEELING, 1940)
"You give me the three hundred dollars, and I give you the business!"
- Lynton Brent (COOKOO CAVALIERS, 1940)
"Yeah, we know. 1410 South American Way. No cover charge anytime. Glad to meet me."
- Curly, Larry and Moe (COOKOO CAVALIERS, 1940)
"They must be hungry, they all end in 'eat-a.' N'yuck n'yuck, n'yuck."
- Curly (COOKOO CAVALIERS, 1940)
"Join the Army and See the World - Or What's Left of It!"
- Advertising Sign (BOOBS IN ARMS, 1940)
"He don't pay my salary. It's a guy wit' a beard."
- Curly (BOOBS IN ARMS, 1940)
"I wonder where he hangs out?" "They generally hang out on the gallows."
- Larry & Curly (SO LONG, MR. CHUMPS, 1941)
"I can't find the negative." "What about the positive?" "I'm positive about the negative, but a little negative about the positive." "Oh, negative eh?" "No, I'm positive the negative is in the developer." "Your brains need developing!"
- Larry, Moe and Curly (DUTIFUL BUT DUMB, 1941)
"Calling all cars! Calling all cars! Be on the lookout for three photographers....they ain't in here!!"
- Curly (DUTIFUL BUT DUMB, 1941)
"Little fly upon the wall, Ain't ya got no clothes at all? Ain't ya got no shimmy shirt? Ain't ya got no petti-skirt? Boo, fly, ain't ya cold?"
- Curly (ALL THE WORLD''S A STOOGE, 1941)
"How's your cold?" "Oh, pretty good. But I still don't smell so good." "I'll say."
- Symona Boniface, Curly & Stanley Brown (ALL THE WORLD''S A STOOGE, 1941)
"Laughing-yet, we are here!"
- Moe (TIME OUT FOR RHYTHM, 1941)
"The Raja will now take the razor sharp knives and throw them at random!" "Are you Random?" "No, I'm not Random!" [SMACK!]
- Moe and Larry (TIME OUT FOR RHYTHM, 1941)
"Blind Bat? He can see better than you can!" "Prove it!" "Raja! (holds up silver platter) What's this?" "Half a dollar!" "He's right... I thought it was a dime."
- Moe, Larry and Curly (TIME OUT FOR RHYTHM, 1941)
"The characters in this picture are all fictitious. Anyone resembling them is better off dead."
- Opening Scene Caption (I'LL NEVER HEIL AGAIN, 1941)
"Gimme back my poison-ality!"
- Moe (I'LL NEVER HEIL AGAIN, 1941)
"We baked you a birthday cake! If you get a tummy-ache, and you moan and groan and woe, don't forget we told you so!"
- Moe, Larry, and Curly (ACHE IN EVERY STAKE, AN, 1941)
"I got a poifect score." "No you haven't... you need another strike!" [smack!]
- Curly and Moe (ACHE IN EVERY STAKE, AN, 1941)
"What a brain."
- Larry (ACHE IN EVERY STAKE, AN, 1941)
"Somebody give me a pie!"
- Mary Ainslee (IN THE SWEET PIE AND PIE, 1941)
"I'm too young to die... too young and too handsome... uuunnnggghhh! Well, I'm too young."
- Curly (IN THE SWEET PIE AND PIE, 1941)
"Waiter, do you have Pate de Foie Gras?" I'll see if the band can play it."
- Customer and Larry (LOCO BOY MAKES GOOD, 1942)
"They hit me with a tomatah." "A tomato?" "Yeah, a cowardly tomatah... one that hits 'ya and runs."
- Curly and Vernon Dent (LOCO BOY MAKES GOOD, 1942)
"Mingle or I'll mangle!"
- Moe (LOCO BOY MAKES GOOD, 1942)
"I shoot an arrow into the air, where it lands I do not care: I get my arrows wholesale!"
- Curly (CACTUS MAKES PERFECT, 1942)
"I'm gonna change my socks. What an experience!"
- Curly (CACTUS MAKES PERFECT, 1942)
"Dear Mr. Jack... Look at the way he spells Jack... J-E-R-K."
- Curly (CACTUS MAKES PERFECT, 1942)
"How dare you hug my wife in front of my eyes!" "Well turn around, and I'll hug 'er behind yer back!"
- Harry Burns and Curly (WHAT''S THE MATADOR?, 1942)
"Hey fellas, look! - DOLLAR DAY - This will put a pot in every palace!" "I'll put a pot on top of your head!"
- Curly and Moe (MATRI-PHONY, 1942)
"Go on, get Sexy!"
- Moe to Curly (MATRI-PHONY, 1942)
"Stand aside. Let a guy that can knock, nick knock, n'yuk n'yuk n'yuk!"
- Curly (THREE SMART SAPS, 1942)
"Just a second! These horses ran day before yesterday!" "They won, didn't they!?!"
- Vernon Dent and Curly (EVEN AS I.O.U., 1942)
"Give me Ripley! Yeah, believe it or not!"
- Moe (EVEN AS I.O.U., 1942)
"Hey Moe! I think we made da wrong toin!"
- Curly (MY SISTER EILEEN, 1942)
"What did you eat when you were a baby?" "Weeds."
- Moe and Curly (SOCK-A-BYE BABY, 1942)
"Gee, I wonder if I looked like that when I was delivered by the stork?" "When you were born, you were delivered by a buzzard."
- Curly and Moe (SOCK-A-BYE BABY, 1942)
"Okay, why can't a chicken lay a loaf of bread?" "She ain't got the crust!"
- Moe and Curly (THEY STOOGE TO CONGA, 1943)
"So, F.B.I. huh?" "No, I Be Curly!"
- Vernon Dent and Curly (THEY STOOGE TO CONGA, 1943)
"I'll lead the way. Go ahead!"
- Moe (DIZZY DETECTIVES, 1943)
"What woman, where?" "Well I didn't see her, but I could swear---" [slap!] "That's a bad habit!"
- Moe and Curly (DIZZY DETECTIVES, 1943)
"I'll knock your head right through your socks!
- Moe to Curly (SPOOK LOUDER, 1943)
"Hey fellas! The bear was stranglin' me. He ripped both my arms off. He--"
- Moe (SPOOK LOUDER, 1943)
"If we're discovered, we're lost!" "You're crazy... if we're discovered, we're FOUND!"
- Moe and Curly (BACK FROM THE FRONT, 1943)
"Why you, Na-Ratzies!"
- Moe (BACK FROM THE FRONT, 1943)
"Oh, a hoarder, aay?!" "Well, hoarders is hoarders!"
- Larry & Curly (BACK FROM THE FRONT, 1943) Added Thu., Apr. 24, 2008!
"You remind me of a girlfriend in Detroit... but you look more like her stepfather!"
- Curly, to Bearded Lady (THREE LITTLE TWIRPS, 1943)
"Did you get the squeak out?" "Boy, we got everything out."
- Duke York and Moe (HIGHER THAN A KITE, 1943)
"Come here and sit on my lap." "What lap?"
- Vernon Dent and Larry (HIGHER THAN A KITE, 1943)
"Oh, my tooth! My tooth! It feels like Gremlins are gremling in it!" "
- Curly (I CAN HARDLY WAIT, 1943)
"Hey babe, you wanna come up and see my coffee sometime?" "Fresh!" "Oh yeah, ground today."
- Larry and Adele Mara (I CAN HARDLY WAIT, 1943)
"Boy if those Japs knew how many planes we turned out today, their yellow jaundice would turn green!"
- Moe (I CAN HARDLY WAIT, 1943)
"Vice? I have no vice. I'm pure as the driven snow." "Yeah, but ya drifted! [slap]"
- Curly and Moe (DIZZY PILOTS, 1943)
"Joe Strubachinkoscow - Boy, what a moniker!"
- Moe (DIZZY PILOTS, 1943)
"Hey do you two guys go steady?"
- Larry (DIZZY PILOTS, 1943)
"Wanna buy a stove? It's hot."
- Shemp (CRAZY HOUSE, 1943)
"Buy me some of that stuff. I can't sleep." "You sleep 12 hours a night." "Yeh, but I'm wide awake all day!"
- Curly and Moe (PHONY EXPRESS, 1943)
"I think it's a bad case of Spectus-onthefloorus!" "Then we'll need to use plenty of sulpha thya-soap!"
- Curly and Moe (GEM OF A JAM, A, 1943)
"I wouldn't say yes, but I couldn't say no." "Would you say maybe?" "I might!"
- Curly and Larry (GEM OF A JAM, A, 1943)
"You sho' is ugly!"
- Dudley Dickerson (GEM OF A JAM, A, 1943)
"Jeepers, creepers, what a night!"
- Parrot (CRASH GOES THE HASH, 1944)
"One of us is crazy, and it ain't YOU!"
- Larry (CRASH GOES THE HASH, 1944)
"Such levity! You remind me of The Three Stooges!" "Hey! That's an insult!"
- Bud Jamison and Curly (CRASH GOES THE HASH, 1944)
"Are you casting asparagus on my cooking?"
- Curly (BUSY BUDDIES, 1944)
"I don't see a single cow." "I don't even see a married one."
- Larry & Curly (YOKE'S ON ME, THE, 1944)
"Niagara Falls! Slowly I turned, step by step, inch by inch, I walked up to him. I smashed him like this, I hit him, I bopped him, I tore him to pieces, and I knocked him down!"
- Moe and Larry (GENTS WITHOUT CENTS, 1944)
"So it shouldn't be a total loss, I'm taking a bath!"
- Curly, to Moe and Larry (GENTS WITHOUT CENTS, 1944)
"I don't understand it. Every time we get to that inch by inch part something always happens."
- Larry (GENTS WITHOUT CENTS, 1944)
"That's enough! When you didn't know what you were talkin' about, you really had somethin'!"
- Moe, to Curly (BOOBY DUPES, 1945)
"Shut up!!" "Are you talkin' to me?" "Naw, I'm talkin' to the fish." "Don't call me a fish!" [SLAP]
- Larry & Moe (BOOBY DUPES, 1945)
"Poor Moe!" "Oh woe is Moe... Whoa, Moe!!"
- Curly and Larry (IDIOTS DELUXE, 1945)
"Have you ever been indicted?" "Not since I was a baby, yer Honor!"
- Vernon Dent and Moe (IDIOTS DELUXE, 1945)
"How'd ya want yer eggs?" "Sunny-side down, and don't turn 'em over!"
- Curly and Moe (IDIOTS DELUXE, 1945)
"The bear was here in person, I tell ya! I saw him with my eyes, I heard him with my ears, and his trap got me by the tail!"
- Curly (IDIOTS DELUXE, 1945)
"I'm waitin' for the dressin' and cranberry sauce."
- Curly (IDIOTS DELUXE, 1945)
"Remember folks, Gritto spelled sideways is ottri-guh-guh."
- Moe (MICRO-PHONIES, 1945)
"Use Gritto, radio friends; the soap that gives your hands that dishpan look!"
- Moe (MICRO-PHONIES, 1945)
"Say a few syllables! Utter a few adjectives!"
- Moe (BEER BARREL POLECATS, 1946)
"Here's my brainchild!" "At last you gotta brain... child."
- Curly and Larry (BEER BARREL POLECATS, 1946)
"Hello? Yes....Definitely...Absolutely...Positively, wrong number!" *CLICK*
- Moe (SWING PARADE OF 1946, 1946)
"Eye ala Mode - get it?"
- Shemp (Noisy) (MR. NOISY, 1946)
"High Altitude, Low Prices. No matter what you got, you'll lose it at Mallard's."
- Ad (MONKEY BUSINESSMEN, 1946)
"What'd you give him?" "Ether." "Ether?" "Yeah. Ether the bottle or the hammer."
- Moe, Larry & Curly (MONKEY BUSINESSMEN, 1946)
If I'm going to work like a horse, I'm going to eat like one.
- Curly Howard (G.I. WANNA HOME, 1946)
"This I like. And I get paid for it, too."
- Larry to audience (RHYTHM AND WEEP, 1946)
"Those two men down there look like my uncles." "Your uncles? They look like ants." "They've got aunts in their..." [smack!]
- Curly & Moe (RHYTHM AND WEEP, 1946)
"Maha?" "Aha!"
- Moe and Curly (THREE LITTLE PIRATES, 1946)
"Eenie, Meenie, Minee, Moe. See, you can't go wrong with Moe! Heh, heh." "Thanks (slap). Get Busy!"
- Curly and Moe (THREE LITTLE PIRATES, 1946)
"Completely illogical, preponderantly impracticable, and moreover - it stinks!"
- Vernon Dent (HALF-WITS HOLIDAY, 1947)
"Oh, see the deer. Has the deer a little doe?" "Yeah, two bucks!"
- Larry and Curly (HALF-WITS HOLIDAY, 1947)
"You act as though the Sword of Damocles was hanging over your head." "Lady, you must be psychic!"
- Symona Boniface and Moe (HALF-WITS HOLIDAY, 1947)
"Cop a sneaker, eh?"
- Shemp (FRIGHT NIGHT, 1947)
"There goes Shemp with a left jab. There goes Shemp with a right upper-cut. There goes Shemp with a haymaker! (crash) There goes Shemp."
- Moe (FRIGHT NIGHT, 1947)
"Any blood -- ignore it!"
- Moe (FRIGHT NIGHT, 1947)
"What's yer watch say?" "Tick-tick-tick-tick-tick!" [crack]
- Moe and Shemp (FRIGHT NIGHT, 1947)
"How do you like that guy - wasted a perfectly good cream puff!"
- Shemp (FRIGHT NIGHT, 1947)
"The Stooges have landed and have the situation well in hand!"
- Moe (OUT WEST, 1947)
"I ain't gonna lose my leg, am I Doc? I've had it ever since I was a little kid!"
- Shemp (OUT WEST, 1947)
"Son, NEVER in the history of motion pictures has the United States Cavalry been too late."
- Stanley Blystone (OUT WEST, 1947)
"Rome wasn't built in a day, and neit'er was Syracuse."
- Shemp (HOLD THAT LION!, 1947)
"What is that, a cocker spaniel?" "No, I think it's just a Spaniel."
- Moe and Shemp, to Curly (HOLD THAT LION!, 1947)
"Say, what's a good word for scrutiny?" "Scrutiny."
- Moe and Shemp (HOLD THAT LION!, 1947)
"Them's fightin' words in my country!" "Well then let's fight." "Well we ain't in my country."
- Shemp and Kenneth MacDonald (HOLD THAT LION!, 1947)
"I'm as pretty as a picture!" "Yeah, of an ape!"
- Shemp and Moe (BRIDELESS GROOM, 1947)
"When Shemp pours on the charm, no dame can resist him!"
- Moe (BRIDELESS GROOM, 1947)
"Join hands, you lovebirds!"
- Emil Sitka (BRIDELESS GROOM, 1947)
"Remember, gargle with old razor blades."
- Shemp (BRIDELESS GROOM, 1947)
"Oh, my poor piano!" "Shaddup!"
- Emil Sitka and Larry (BRIDELESS GROOM, 1947)
"Can I help it if I ain't Cousin Basil?"
- Shemp (BRIDELESS GROOM, 1947)
"Do you dye?" "No, that's his natural expression."
- Virginia Hunter & Moe (SING A SONG OF SIX PANTS, 1947)
"It's tremendous!" It's colossal!" It's putrid!"
- Moe, Larry and Shemp (ALL GUMMED UP, 1947)
"Ow, why did you hit me the pestle?" "Your lucky I didn't hit you with the mortar." "Ha Ha Ha! The mortar the merrier!" "Quiet!" CLANG!
- Shemp, Moe and Larry (ALL GUMMED UP, 1947)
"C'mon, you had a hallucination." "No, I had a hunk 'o pipe."
- Moe & Shemp (SHIVERING SHERLOCKS, 1948)
"You know fish is great brain food." "You know you should fish for a whale."
- Larry and Moe (PARDON MY CLUTCH, 1948)
"It's a Columbus." "Never mind who you bought it from, what make is it?"
- Matt McHugh and Shemp (PARDON MY CLUTCH, 1948)
"So we stuck our little tootsies in the water, and we ducked under the waves we did, ha ha!"
- Moe, Larry and Shemp (SQUAREHEADS OF THE ROUND TABLE, 1948)
(Moe pulls out a file from the bread Elaine sent them in jail.) "Some recipe!" "Quiet! *SMACK*
- Shemp and Moe (SQUAREHEADS OF THE ROUND TABLE, 1948)
(Moe and Shemp think Larry is dead:) "If he was only alive, I'd never hit him again." "No kidding?" "Shaddap!! *SLAP*"
- Moe and Larry (SQUAREHEADS OF THE ROUND TABLE, 1948)
"How do I know the babe won't scream her head off when she sees me. "I wouldn't blame her."
- Shemp and Moe (SQUAREHEADS OF THE ROUND TABLE, 1948)
"The King commands your presence." "We ain't got no presents -- the stores were all closed."
- Guard And Shemp (SQUAREHEADS OF THE ROUND TABLE, 1948)
"Idiot! Thou hath made me shoe the wrong mule!"
- Moe (FIDDLERS THREE, 1948)
"Which would you rather have, a shoe full of dollar bills, or two socks of fives?" "I'll take the two socks!" "You got 'im!" [pow!]
- Moe & Shemp (HOT SCOTS, THE, 1948)
"Meet McLarry, McShemp and I'm McMoe."
- Moe (HOT SCOTS, THE, 1948)
"Cheerio, Pi-Pip, and all that sort of rot, old thing, old stuff, old fishmonger, old skunk bait!"
- Larry (HEAVENLY DAZE, 1948)
"Says which?"
- Sam McDaniel (HEAVENLY DAZE, 1948)
"Did you come from behind that rock, or from under it?"
- Shemp Howard (I''M A MONKEY''S UNCLE, 1948)
"Oh, my darling, I'll give you security! The most beautiful cave in Mesopotamia!"
- Moe (I''M A MONKEY''S UNCLE, 1948)
"How much would you charge to haunt a cave?"
- Shemp (I''M A MONKEY''S UNCLE, 1948)
"I'm Honest Moe, that's Honest Shemp and that's......well that's Larry."
- Moe (MUMMY''S DUMMIES, 1948)
"With oranges, it's much harder."
- Shemp (CRIME ON THEIR HANDS, 1948)
"Uh, no Chief! I'll take orders Chief." "Okay. [Slap!] "That's for absolutely nothing!"
- Larry and Moe (CRIME ON THEIR HANDS, 1948)
"Hello? Yes! Yes! YES! No! No." [click] "What was it?" "Wrong number." [Slap!]
- Shemp and Moe (CRIME ON THEIR HANDS, 1948)
"Six lions were tearing me apart, bit by bit! Six lions!" "Quit lyin!"
- Shemp and Moe (GHOST TALKS, THE, 1949)
"Me? I'm Red." "Oh ... Red Skeleton!"
- Skeleton & Shemp (GHOST TALKS, THE, 1949)
"Sorry gentlemen, I (cough-cough) haven't had a smoke in a thousand years." "Think you're old enough to smoke?"
- Phil Arnold and Shemp (GHOST TALKS, THE, 1949)
"A couple of pip pips, a little barbecue, and what have you!"
- Shemp (WHO DONE IT?, 1949)
"There was an ugly-lookin' thing starin' right at me. It was horrible! Whaddya know? It was YOU! "
- Shemp (WHO DONE IT?, 1949)
"We're in a tough spot, men!" "Yeah, its gonna take brains to get us outa here!" "That's why I said we're in a tough spot!"
- Moe & Larry (WHO DONE IT?, 1949)
"They tied me up and made me listen to singing commercials. I thought I'd go mad!... MAD!"
- Emil Sitka (WHO DONE IT?, 1949)
"Well, that takes care of Handsome Harold."
- Shemp (WHO DONE IT?, 1949)
"Does my head look like a steam pipe?" "No, a steam pipe hasn't got ears!"
- Shemp and Moe (HOKUS POKUS, 1949)
"Say, you can't get this guy out of Sing Sing." "Good, that's just where he belongs."
- Larry and Shemp (HOKUS POKUS, 1949)
"Hey Moe, where'd you get the sunglasses?" "I bought 'em!" (slap)
- Shemp And Moe (HOKUS POKUS, 1949)
"Say, did I give you carbolic acid? (I'd love to!)"
- Larry (FUELIN' AROUND, 1949)
"He's the most intelligent imbecile I've ever seen." "Hey , what about me?" "Oh, you're much smarter. You're just an imbecile."
- Moe and Shemp (FUELIN' AROUND, 1949)
My neeeeck!"
- Shemp (FUELIN' AROUND, 1949)
"Hot DOG! When it comes to cookin', I'm the cat's meow!"
- Larry (MALICE IN THE PALACE, 1949)
"Sorry folks... dinner's postponed on account'o rain!"
- Dudley Dickerson (VAGABOND LOAFERS, 1949)
"We're known as The Fish Market Duet" "Yeah, we sing for the halibut."
- Larry and Shemp (DUNKED IN THE DEEP, 1949)
"Yesterday was payday... and, boys will be boys." "You mean, NO United States Cavalry?!" "No United States Cavalry."
- Vernon Dent and Jock Mahoney (PUNCHY COWPUNCHERS, 1950)
"When you make a left turn put your arm out!"
- Moe (DOPEY DICKS, 1950)
"What's'a'matter kid? Gotta toothache?"
- Shemp (DOPEY DICKS, 1950)
"Southern section... northeastern section... western section... if I don't hurry, we'll all be in sections!"
- Shemp (DOPEY DICKS, 1950)
"Strange men are following me!" "They'd be strange if they didn't. Hee hee hee!"
- Christine & Shemp (DOPEY DICKS, 1950)
"Thou art face to face with a great thesbian lover."
- Shemp (THREE HAMS ON RYE, 1950)
"I ain't got no directory. I'm outside the building!"
- Shemp (STUDIO STOOPS, 1950)
"I'm Brown from the Sun." "Aww, that's too bad. Are 'ya peelin'?"
- Stanley Price and Shemp (STUDIO STOOPS, 1950)
"Say, when I come back, I'll give 'ya the password." "Brilliant, what'll it be?" "Open the door." [smack]
- Larry and Moe (STUDIO STOOPS, 1950)
"You're my type, baby. A woman!"
- Larry (THREE ARABIAN NUTS, 1951)
"Eureka!" "You don't smell so good, either!"
- Moe & Shemp (BABY SITTERS JITTERS, 1951)
"Any resemblance between the Three Stooges and regular human beings is a dirty shame."
- Opening scene caption (DON'T THROW THAT KNIFE, 1951)
"Name, please." "Wyckoff." "'Cause he don't brush his teeth, lady."
- Moe, Jean Willes & Larry (DON'T THROW THAT KNIFE, 1951)
"Hey, what does that apprehensive mean?" "It means you're scared -- with a college education."
- Moe and Larry (MERRY MAVERICKS, 1951)
"Hi'ya Miss Buckshot."
- Shemp (TOOTH WILL OUT, THE, 1951)
"Jiffy Fixers: We Repare Enything! It's done in a flash for very small cash!"
- Sign (LISTEN, JUDGE, 1952)
"Good work, Larry! Keep it up and I'll give you some C-A-N-D-Y!" "Ah, you know I don't smoke!"
- Moe and Larry (LISTEN, JUDGE, 1952)
"What Judge?" "The Judge that wants to give us life!" "Don't worry... where's life there's hope."
- Moe, Larry & Shemp (LISTEN, JUDGE, 1952)
"Gee, Moe, what mo' can a fellow say? That's all there is, there ain't no mo'!"
- Shemp Howard (CORNY CASANOVAS, 1952)
"I'm engaged to three beautiful girls! Just ask my secretary."
- Larry, to Moe (HE COOKED HIS GOOSE, 1952)
"Women? I tame 'em like Frank Buck tames tigers! Sometimes I'm kind to 'em, sometimes I crack the whip and make 'em jump!"
- Moe (GENTS IN A JAM, 1952)
"All I wanted was a nice, quiet visit."
- Emil Sitka (GENTS IN A JAM, 1952)
"You can be Secretary of the Offense, you'll be Secretary of the Inferior, and I'll be Toastmaster General!"
- Moe (THREE DARK HORSES, 1952)
"How will drinking cure your red nose?" "Drink 'til it turns blue!"
- Patricia Wright & Shemp (CUCKOO ON A CHOO CHOO, 1952)
"He's filthy with money." "Aahh, he's filthy wid' or wid'out it!"
- Patricia Wright & Larry (CUCKOO ON A CHOO CHOO, 1952)
"How dare you look like someone I hate!"
- Connie Cezan, as Slick Chick (TRICKY DICKS, 1953)
"Oh, a Be-bopper! Dig that crazy bopper name, eeb eeb eeb... Cool man, real George! Give me some skin! Give me some skin!"
- Shemp (SPOOKS!, 1953)
"Oh no, Dr. Jekyll!" "Dr. Jekyll? We must Hyde!"
- Norma Randall & Shemp (SPOOKS!, 1953)
"A-calling we do come / To woo our maidens fair / We bring them flowers, and while away hours" "But, get ye not in their hair!"
- Moe, Larry & Shemp (MUSTY MUSKETEERS, 1954)
"Momma loved Papa... Papa loved women... Momma caught Papa with 2 girls in swimmin'."
- Moe (SHOT IN THE FRONTIER, 1954)
"I used to play in five flats, but I got kicked outta the last one."
- Shemp (GYPPED IN THE PENTHOUSE, 1955)
"There must be a way to get that ring without getting into trouble with the censor!"
- Shemp (GYPPED IN THE PENTHOUSE, 1955)
"Well, that beats the Devil!"
- Phil Van Zandt (BEDLAM IN PARADISE, 1955)
"Here's the last known location of the dinosaur." "Ah, c'mon, she's on television. I always watch Dinah Shore."
- Moe and Larry (STONE AGE ROMEOS, 1955)
"Only fools are positive!" "Are you sure?" "I'm positive!"
- Moe & Larry (WHAM-BAM-SLAM!, 1955)
"It's liquor!" "She's gettin' shickered." "I'll do it quicker!"
- Larry, Moe & Shemp (HOT ICE, 1955)
"I'm Halliday." "I'm Terraday." "I'm St.Patrick's Day! Hee Hee Hee!"
- Moe, Larry and Shemp (BLUNDER BOYS, 1955)
"Miracle Dectective Agency: If We Solve Your Crime, It's A Miracle!"
- Sign on Door (FOR CRIMIN' OUT LOUD, 1956)
"Wait a minute, I can't lay carpets!" "Why not?" "I'm not that rugged!"
- Larry & Connie Cezan (HOT STUFF, 1956)
"When it comes to fish, I'm a common-sewer!"
- Larry (COMMOTION ON THE OCEAN, 1956)
"You're the anesthetist." "Don't call me names!"
- Larry and Joe (HOOFS AND GOOFS, 1957)
"Are you okay Mr. Dinklespiel?!" "Yeah... I fell on my head."
- Moe and Benny Rubin (HOOFS AND GOOFS, 1957)
"Seabisquit Food Corporation: Seabisquit Gives You An Appetite Like A Horse!"
- (MUSCLE UP A LITTLE CLOSER, 1957)
"This is a job for a man." "Where are we gonna find one?"
- Moe & Larry (MUSCLE UP A LITTLE CLOSER, 1957)
"Oh a truck hit me!" "You're all sprung!"
- Larry and Joe (MUSCLE UP A LITTLE CLOSER, 1957)
"I don't wanna die! I can't die! I haven't seen THE EDDIE DUCHIN STORY yet! And I did so wanna... [sob]"
- Joe (SPACE SHIP SAPPY, 1957)
"I invested all our money in Consolidated Fujiama California Smog Bags... filled with smog!"
- Joe (QUIZ WHIZZ, 1958)
"Joe, don't tell me you bought the Brooklyn Bridge?!!" "Of course not... that was sold last week."
- Moe and Joe (QUIZ WHIZZ, 1958)
"I remember it like it was yesterday. I was eatin' a hot dog and waiting to be mustered out ..."
- Larry (FIFI BLOWS HER TOP, 1958)
"You kleptomaniac!" "If that means what I think it does... I'm guilty."
- Moe & Joe (PIES AND GUYS, 1958)
"I give him artificial respiration." "Artificial!? For what you charge, you give him the real thing!"
- Moe & Larry (SWEET AND HOT, 1958)
"That's good for you, that's good for you!" [crack!] "But that's bad for me. Wow!"
- Joe (FLYING SAUCER DAFFY, 1958)
"Oooh... I hate him!"
- Joe (OIL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, 1958)
"Hey, how'd ya get in my pants?!" "It's a mystery to me."
- Moe and Joe (OIL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, 1958)
"Say, they made Moe really ugly, didn't they?" "Oh I don't know, I think he's uglier in person." [smack!]
- Curly Joe and Larry (HAVE ROCKET - WILL TRAVEL, 1959)
"You're better than we ever were." "Yeah, but he cheats... he's got brains."
- Moe & Curly Joe (SNOW WHITE AND THE THREE STOOGES, 1961)
"Uh-oh, a bald-headed screw. I wish I had a bald-headed screwdriver!"
- Moe (THREE STOOGES MEET HERCULES, THE, 1962)
"I'll take the right flank." "I'll take the left flank." "I'll take a tranquilizer!"
- Moe, Larry & Curly Joe (THREE STOOGES MEET HERCULES, THE, 1962)
"What'a'ya usually do when somebody mails you a bomb?!" "I mail it back!"
- Moe and Curly Joe (THREE STOOGES IN ORBIT, THE, 1962)
"She reminds me of my Mother." "You never had a mother." "Shame on you!"
- Larry, Moe & Curly Joe (4 FOR TEXAS, 1963)
"Is that a Colt?" "Nah, it's a horse pistol." "A horse pistol?" "Yeh, but I raised it from a Colt."
- Bill Brauer and Curly Joe (OUTLAWS IS COMING!, THE, 1965)
"I starve easy." "Yeah, you're nuthin' but skin 'n bones... with 7 layers of fat."
- Curly Joe & Moe (NEW 3 STOOGES, THE, 1965)
"I'm a poet!" "Yeah, Henry Wadsworth Fat-Fellow."
- Curly Joe & Moe (NEW 3 STOOGES, THE, 1965)
"Pick up the dumbbell." "He's pretty heavy." "The other dumbbell!"
- Moe & Larry (NEW 3 STOOGES, THE, 1965)
"Ain't she beautiful. A perfect 48-52-48."
- Moe (NEW 3 STOOGES, THE, 1965)
"The arrow points half way. I don't know if it's half empty or half full." "Ah come on Moe." "...those old jokes."
- Moe, Larry, Curly Joe (KOOK'S TOUR, 1970)

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Vernon Dent is the son of the American Revolution. Also, Christine McIntyre is the daughter of the American Revolution. Both came from Old American stock.

Anonymous said...

Moe Howard, Shemp Howard, Curly Howard's father and mother came from Lithuania. At the time of the Three Stooges, Lithuania was independent at one time and unfortunately they are not around to see Lithuanian as an independent state once again. Larry Fine is of Russian (or Ukrainian) origin. Joseph Wardell, best known as Joe DeRita is a gentile and is of English and Portuguese origin.

Anonymous said...

Ted Healy, born Charles Nash, is of Melungeon origin due to his name Nash.

Anonymous said...

In Meet the Baron with the Stooges, Edna May Oliver is a descendant of John Quincy Adams, a Boston Brahmin, son of the signer of the Declaration of Independence, son of the President of the United States, and descendant of the Mayflower.

Anonymous said...

The very last complete sentence of the very last Stooges short produced:
Boy, this is the life! The line was delivered by Joe Besser. The very last complete sentence of the very last Stooges short released: Ole, a Winner! The line was delivered by Moe Howard. Ironically, Moe Howard is the very last person speaking on the very last film the Kook's Tour and his last word, "Sayonara!"

Anonymous said...

Actually, the last sentence of the very last short ever on the stooges is Ole, Americano!

Anonymous said...

None of the stooges are alive today.

A2Z Famous Quotes said...

Oh yes... that is very good...

"Nothing gold can stay"
~Robert Frost

jokesfb said...

very sweet quotes , thanks a lot

JOKESFB said...

I Like these quotes so much , Thanks a Lot for this Amazing Collection