Larry Fine of the Three Stooges with his wife Mable and son Johnny -- 1938 Larry Fine standing with his wife Mable and holding his son Johnny. Steel Pier, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1938. Photo by George Mann of the comedy dance team, Barto and Mann.

Larry Fine and Moe, very rare photo.


Larry Fine The Three Stooges by hytam2, via Flickr

The Three Stooges out of costume and without makeup

Three Stooges

Larry Fine (of the Three Stooges) and Lucille Ball.

Curly, and Larry and Moe with slicked-back hair with 14-year-old Columbia contract player Edith Fellows, publicise their Pillsbury / Farina Moving Picture Machine. (1937)

Joan Crawford helps one of the Three Stooges, Larry Fine, with a jigsaw puzzle. Photo comes from the 1933 film, Dancing Lady. (Sad Hill Archive / Bizarre Los Angeles)

The Three Stooges…in and out of character…great photo!

Shemp Howard (stooge) -- Dead. Heart attack. Died November 22, 1955. Born March 11, 1895. While originally in a vaudeville act with his brother Moe and Larry Fine, he wound up doing other movies and his youngest brother Curly joined the stooge act, which Shemp rejoined after Curly's death.

Moe with his daughter, Joan. Moe is one of the Three Stooges.

Curly Howard - three-stooges Photo

I saw Barbara Eden in concert at Smithville, New Jersey, c1966. I was about 21 years old at the time, visiting Smithville with my future husband and in-laws. RP by

Larry Fine - The Three Stooges

Curly Howard -- (10/22/1903-1/18/1952). Comedian/Vaudevillian. He was known for "The Three Stooges". He had several strokes. He died from a massive Cerebral Hemorrhage at age 48. His birthname was Jerome Lester "Jerry" Horwitz.

Curly Howard, Moe Howard, Larry Fine – The Three Stooges

Moe Howard, Larry Fine, Curly Howard and The Three Stooges

Larry, Curly & Moe.

The Three Stooges - Moe and Curley Howard and Larry Fine