The animated adventures of the crazy trio.
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Larry: The Martins and the Cuckoo Coys, I seem to remember those names.
Moe: You're doing good if you can remember your own name, you knucklehead.
Larry: Well it's not my fault, I was a kindergarten dropout.
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Guilty Pleasure
4 March 2005 | by See all my reviews

Someone recently mailed me a few of those 'Dollar Store' DVD's, two of which contain Three Stooges cartoons.

They can actually be quite entertaining when enjoying a 'night-cap' after the bar closes, right before bed.

It helps to remember that this was a CHILDREN'S show, hence the Stooges assault was toned-down and simplified for that audience.

These poor guys were so past their prime when these were made, but with just short filmed segments and the rest being cartoon voices, they were probably talked into 'easy money.' But yea, viewed in the right context and keeping in mind that this was never, ever meant to compete or add to the classic Stooges legacy, you might find yourself smiling or even chuckling at this charmingly bad show. ;)


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