If a Body Meets a Body (1945) - look out for the funny Halloween related scene, the bird in the flying skull:
We Want Our Mummy (1939) - look out for the Curly dressed up as a mummy scene:
Dopey Dicks (1950) - look out for the mad scientist in need of human brains for his ghastly experiment:
Three Pests in a Mess (1945) - look out for the spooky cemetery scenes:
1995 The Three Stooges Fright Night
The 1995 version includes the first 2 shorts above: "If a Body Meets a Body," "We Want Our Mummy," plus the 3 following shorts: "Spooks!," "The Hot Scots" and "Malice in the Palace."
Spooks! (1953) This version is in Red Cyan 3D - look out for the mad scientist Dr. Jeckyl and his assistant, Mr. Hyde, who keep a gorilla for experimental purposes:
The Hot Scots (1948) - this short takes place in a spooky haunted castle:
Malice in the Palace (1949) - look out for Larry's cooking skills:
I love these guys so much. I don't remember seeing these specials air on Halloween but growing up in the 80's channel 38 in Boston would have a 6 hour Three Stooges marathon every New Years Eve.
The Stooge shorts that aired on TBS for Halloween in 1992 along with "If a Body Meets a Body" and "We Want Our Mummy" were "Three Pests in a Mess" and "Dopey Dicks", not "Spook!", "The Hot Scots" and "Malice in the Palace".ReplyDelete
Thanks for the update! I updated the original post.Delete
what are some other 'halloween' types of 3 Stooges shorts? I remember loving those ones the most as a child.ReplyDelete
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Here is a newer "If a Body Meets a Body" video clip you can upload for this web page:Delete
Here is a newer "We Want Our Mummy" video clip you can upload for this web page:ReplyDelete