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The Three Stooges: 6 Movie Set [2 Discs] [DVD]

Release Date:02/04/2014
This side splitting release for 3 Stooges fans offers a collection of six movies starring the slapstick heroes: The Three Stooges Go Around the World, The Outlaws is Coming, Rockin in the Rockies, Time Out for Rhythm, Three Stooges Meet Hercules, and Have Rocket, Will Travel.
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    The Outlaws Is Coming
    The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Curly Joe De Rita) leave Boston for the Wild West when they are fired from the Society for the Preservation of Wildlife. With Eastern editor Kenneth Cabot (Adam West), the boys find themselves in lawless Wyoming and the target of every infamous gunslinger of the era. With help from Annie Oakley (Nancy Kovak), the Stooges and Cabot fight the likes of Billy the Kid, Johnny Ringo, Jesse James, Cole Younger, and the Dalton Gang, and soon Wild Bill Hickok and Bat Masters arrive in a blaze of bullets. Watch for longtime Stooges foil Emily Sitar in a triple role as Aberrant, a U.S. cavalry Colonel, and the Witch Doctor, with Henry Gibson as Charlie Horse, and Murray Alper as Chief Crazy Horse. Ellwood Ullman provides the screenplay from the story by director Norman Maurer, Moe's son-in-law. With character names like the Sunstroke Kid and Trigger Mortis, this last of the Stooges feature films ranks among the best. Annie has a fight in the middle of town with Belle Starr (Sally Starr), and the cowardly editor Cabot proves his bravery and falls for his heroine Annie. Years later in a tribute to history's longest running comedy trio, Adam West fondly remembered his experience in making The Outlaws Is Coming with the Stooges. West would score his biggest career plume with the television series Batman, but he was obviously in awe of working with Larry, Moe, and Curly Joe. ~ Dan Pavlides, Rovi

    The Three Stooges Meet Hercules
    Larry, Moe and Curly Joe work in a pharmacy where a young professor works on a time machine. When the machine is sabotaged by foil Ralph Dimsal (George N. Neise), the Three Stooges, the professor and beautiful Diane (Vicki Trickett) are transported back in time to ancient Greece. The group lands in the middle of a fierce battle between rival armies. Meeting up with the might Hercules, they soon discover their appearance in the battle helped turn the tide in favor of the wrong side. A series of mishaps and a stint as galley slaves plague their efforts to correct historical accuracy. They battle mythological monsters and the evil General Odius (Neise) to set the historical record straight. ~ Dan Pavlides, Rovi

    Have Rocket, Will Travel
    Joe De Rita makes his debut as the third Stooge in this rollicking slapstick comedy that has the three bunglers accidentally locking themselves into a rocket ship and blasting off to Venus. Once on the second planet they find fantastic life forms, including a verbose unicorn. They also find themselves called heroes and this of course leads to all kinds of comical chaos. Though made with a minimal budget, it revived the flagging career of the trio, who had just been re-discovered via television. Thanks to this film's success, the Stooges made five more feature films. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

    Rockin' in the Rockies
    Rancher Rusty Williams (Jay Kirby) is away at agricultural college, and leaves his spread in the hands of his older cousin Shorty (Moe Howard). Shorty wants to do more than run a ranch, however -- he wants to prospect for gold, but he has no money. He recruits a pair of partners in the guise of two runaway vagrants (Larry Fine, Curly Howard), and a pair of backers in two stranded singers (Mary Beth Hughes, Gladys Blake). But then Rusty shows up, and his four somewhat bumbling hired hands (who happen to be the performing group the Hoosier Hotshots) manage to compound Larry and Curly's deep ineptitude, and Rusty wants them all out of his hair. The story, such as it is, soon involves apparent rustling and the whole bunch's efforts (except Rusty) to audition for a Broadway producer (Tim Ryan), who is out west to take a rest from shows and performers. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi

    Time Out for Rhythm
    A strong lineup of guest stars enhances the enjoyment of the Columbia B-plus musical Time Out for Rhythm. The somewhat futuristic storyline finds producers Dan Collins (Rudy Vallee), Mike Armstrong (Richard Lane) and Off-Beat Davis (Allen Jenkins) lining up talent for a series of television specials. Trouble brews when Collins selects singers Kitty Brown (Ann Miller) and Joan Merrill (playing herself) to star in his upcoming show, while Armstrong hires Frances Lewis (Rosemary Lane) for the same purpose. The plot is happily forgotten when the specialty acts begin parading before the camera. The highlights include a Busby Berkeley-ish musical production number featuring Glen Gray and His Casa Loma Orchestra, and the Three Stooges' classic "Maharaja" routine ("Ma Ha? Ah Ha!") ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

    The Three Stooges Go Around the World in a Daze
    This slapstick comedy is a hilarious spoof on "Around The World In 80 Days." The grandson of the celebrated Phinius Fogg makes a bet with his cohorts at the London Explorers Club that he can complete the journey. Moe, Larry, and Curly Joe are the dedicated servants who accompany the explorer along with his pretty girlfriend Amelia (Joan Freeman). The group must earn money to live on along the way as the wager was made with the provision young Fogg bring no money. Curly Joe fights a Sumo wrestler in Japan for prize money. In a hilarious scene, the Stooges observe a Japanese trio of Stooges acting like their American counterparts and walk away shaking their heads in disbelief over the slapstick behavior. The group races against time to complete the journey and collect on the bet. Longtime Stooge associate Emil Sitka appears as a butler in the exclusive blue blooded club. Directed by Moe's son-in-law Norman Maurer, this may be the funniest of all the Stooges films from the 1960s. ~ Dan Pavlides, Rovi

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