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Three Stooges - Lost & Found Interviews With Tom Bergeron 2009

On: Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Moses Harry Horwitz
Jun 19 1897 - May 04 1975 age 77(1975-05-04)

Louis Feinberg
aka Larry Fine
Oct 05 1902 - Jan 24 1975 age 72(1902-10-05)(1975-01-24)

Jerome Lester "Jerry" Horwitz
Oct 22 1903 – Jan 18 1952 age 48

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The Three Stooges: Lost and Found Interviews features Tom Bergeron's extremely rare interviews that he conducted in the '70s with Moe Howard and Larry Fine as well as the unique stories behind them. On the tapes, Moe and Larry discuss the history of the Stooges plus the Curly/Shemp/Curly-Joe/Joe "third Stooge" evolution. Larry reminisces about working with Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, in one memorable moment, Moe takes a swipe at legendary comedians Jerry Lewis and Bob Hope.
The interview with Larry Fine was done just months before his death in 1975.

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1 comments on "Three Stooges - Lost & Found Interviews With Tom Bergeron 2009"

JimG said...

Like many, I was a huge fan of the Stooges when I was growing up in the 1950s. I met Larry on the boardwalk in Atlantic City when I was a boy. He was reluctant to meet me and shake hands, but my dad, asking his permission, persisted and he allowed me to walk over and greet him and his wife. Meeting him is a blur, but seeing him approach from a distance in the dark with his wife and another couple is a vivid memory.

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