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Stoogemania (1986)

PG | | Comedy | June 1986 (USA)
Howard F. Howard idolizes The Three Stooges. His friends and familiy are worried, and consider having him committed.

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Howard F. Howard
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Beverly
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Doctor Fixyer Mindyer
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Young Howard (as Josh Miller)
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Bob Smoynek
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Connie Smoynek
Jeremy Workman ...
Smoynek Son
Patrick DeSantis ...
Moe Jr.
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Son of Curly
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Larry II
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Arcade Owner
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Nurse Grabatit
Tony Goodstone ...
Mr. Crull
Ronald E. House ...
Stooge Hills Director (as Ron House)
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Justice of the Peace
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Howard F. Howard idolizes The Three Stooges. His friends and familiy are worried, and consider having him committed.

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June 1986 (USA)  »

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In an inside joke, the sanitarium's interns are named Gower and Gulch. Gower Gulch was the nickname given to the buildings that housed Columbia's short subject department during the 1930s and 1940s. See more »

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Features Micro-Phonies (1945) See more »

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School's Out
Written and Performed by Hummie Mann and Gary Tigerman
Performed by Deborah James Chang
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a good movie
30 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I know I'm in the minority here, but I really liked it. The ways in which stooge clips are inserted is very good, the movie has great original music. Curly enthusiasts will be disappointed in the fact that three of the four films used are Shemps, but overall it's a funny and even sometimes poignant comedy. Josh Mostel is perfect in the lead, and the ensemble of stooge enthusiasts and impersonators he meets on the street and at "Stooge Hills" (the world's first "stoogeatorium", devoted exclusively to the treatment of the "mental illness" known as stoogemania) is very entertaining.

Real Stooge historians will appreciate a brief appearance by the late Paul "Mousie" Garner as the arcade owner. You see the Stooge Hills authorities corner him and say in an intimidating tone "Hello there...MOUSE!", to which Mouse replies "Goodbye!" and runs, or rather does the "funky chicken" out of harm's way.


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