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The Three Stooges were an American slapstick comedy team which was active from the early to mid-20th century. The trio started making feature films in 1930. In 1934 the trio split from Ted Healy and made their own short subjects. In 1959 the trio ended their short subject presentations.
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''The Three Stooges'' were an American slapstick comedy team that was active from the early to mid-20th century. The trio started making feature films in 1930. In 1934, the trio split, with Ted Healy leaving the group, and made their own shorts. In 1959, the trio discontinued those shorts.
  
Malice in the Palace was the 117th short starring The Three Stooges. The short is now in the public domain.
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''Malice in the Palace'' was the 117th short starring The Three Stooges. The short is now in the public domain.
  
Originally in the short there was a brief scene of the restaurant the Stooges were running. Former stooge member Curly Howard was supposed to play a chef in the film. However due to his stroke 2 years earlier the scene was ultimately deleted and the chef instead was Larry. On the Lobby card of the short a screenshot of Curly exists. Unfortunately no surviving prints of the scene have been found to this day.
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Originally in the short, there was a brief scene of the restaurant that the Stooges were running. Former Stooge Curly Howard was supposed to play a chef in the film. However, due to his stroke 2 years earlier, the scene was ultimately deleted and the chef was instead played by Larry. On the Lobby card of the short, a screenshot of Curly exists. No surviving prints/footage of the scene has been found to this day.
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Revision as of 01:17, 29 May 2016

The Three Stooges were an American slapstick comedy team that was active from the early to mid-20th century. The trio started making feature films in 1930. In 1934, the trio split, with Ted Healy leaving the group, and made their own shorts. In 1959, the trio discontinued those shorts.

Malice in the Palace was the 117th short starring The Three Stooges. The short is now in the public domain.

Originally in the short, there was a brief scene of the restaurant that the Stooges were running. Former Stooge Curly Howard was supposed to play a chef in the film. However, due to his stroke 2 years earlier, the scene was ultimately deleted and the chef was instead played by Larry. On the Lobby card of the short, a screenshot of Curly exists. No surviving prints/footage of the scene has been found to this day.