The Three Stooges (In Color)

DVD Release: April 3, 2007
The Three Stooges (In Color)


A collection of four classic Stooges shorts re-mastered and in color for the first time. “Disorder in the Court” (1936): The Three Stooges are key witnesses in a murder trial, and create havoc in the courtroom. “Brideless Groom” (1947): Shemp inherits half a million dollars from his rich uncle, provided he gets married in seven hours. “Sing a Song of Six Pants” (1947): The Three Stooges run a tailor shop and all hell breaks loose when they try to capture a bank robber to get the reward. “Malice in the Palace” (1949): The Three Stooges set out to find a hundred-carat diamond from the cursed tomb of King Rutentuten.

Dove Review

Many generations over the years have watched the comedy skits of the Three Stooges. Here is a collection of four episodes that contain their slapstick kind of violence that creates their hilarious routines. Three of the episodes feature Moe, Larry and Shemp as they try to find a wife for one of them, be sleuths at a palace, and run their own dry cleaning store. The fourth features Curly instead of Shemp as they try to help a friend wrongly accused of murder.

They always create havoc in any situation and their style is one-of-a-kind for the ages. When I was a young child we watched the Stooges after school, not knowing they were from an earlier era. We rolled on the floor with laughter. Our parents always told us that this was make-believe and to not try any of the stunts because we could get hurt. Although their shows contained lots of punches, slaps and pokes, we laughed and thought it was funny. One has to enjoy this kind of humor to love the Three Stooges, but they are a classic of time past.

We award this collection with the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages 12+.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: Slapstick violence.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Legend Films
Writer: Various
Director: Various
Producer: Legend Films
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 64 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe