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Dizzy Doctors(1937) - The Stooges discover their cleaning fluid is actually a medicine and pitch it to the head of the hospital. Soon they're on the run from the cops and the dotors.
Calling All Curs (1938) - When a prized poodle is dognapped from their pet hospital, the Stooges must turn a mutt into a bloodhound to track down the bad guys.
Disorder in the Court(1936) - The Stooges are the star witnesses in a murder trial, but it's courtroom chaos when they attempt to reconstruct the crime and uncover the real murderer.
Pop Goes the Easel(1935) - The Stooges are mistaken for thieves and hide out in an artist's studio until a suspicious cop shows up and a wild clay fight begins.
This comedy dvd is very good. Very funny to watch. It has the stooges in some of
their early version shorts. The color versions look very good. Read more
I love "The Three Stooges". These colorized versions are a great addition to my collection. The quality is wonderful. Worth having in your collection.Published 16 months ago by David J. Hannah
Why waste Disc space to adding in the original Black and White prints? They give us 4 shorts per DVD, I mean come on! Read morePublished on September 3, 2012 by </><
When you think about it, they could have easily put 12 or more color shorts on this one disc simply by using a dual layered disc, since most fans already have these in black &... Read morePublished on May 9, 2011 by A. Jones
This is the way DVD's should be done! This one includes both the original black and white AND the colorized versions! Forget the purist snobs here. Read morePublished on March 22, 2009 by CQ DX
While most reviewers here choose to trash this release without viewing it. Typical Stooge Snobbery. Read morePublished on November 25, 2007 by Peter Yarmouth
I have loved the stooges since I was a kid, and these color versions are not perfect but they give you a glimpse of what it would have been like if you were there on the set when... Read morePublished on May 29, 2007 by Cinemabuffdude