Rotten Tomatoes

Movies / TV

    Celebrity

      No Results Found

      View All
      Movies Tv shows Shop News Showtimes

      Stop! Look! and Laugh!

      Released Jul 1, 1960 1h 18m Comedy List
      Reviews 100% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings Eyes will be poked, noses pulled, faces slapped, heads bonked -- the usual sort of slapstick awaits the viewer in this collection of Three Stooges shorts strung together as a feature film involving a ventriloquist giving a history lesson to his dummy. Here Moe, Larry and Curly appear in a variety of guises: the Stooges as cowboys, the Stooges as tramps, the Stooges as dog-groomers, the Stooges as plumbers, the Stooges as professors, and so on, with each adventure aiming for maximum yuks. Read More Read Less

      Critics Reviews

      View All (1) Critics Reviews
      Dennis Schwartz Dennis Schwartz Movie Reviews The film is fit for the kiddies, who are more apt than adults to take to the Stooges' silly slapstick routines. Rated: C Jan 16, 2007 Full Review Read all reviews

      Audience Reviews

      View All (2) audience reviews
      Audience Member I loved this movie. The first time I saw this was in April 2001 a month before my 10th birthday, and I would watch it over and over again. This movie has all the right Three Stoooges with Curly moments put together. This is truly the # 1 greatest Three Stooges film ever made. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/20/23 Full Review Audience Member if only a cd compilation had good hits like this one,the best stooge bits told by Paul Winchell and his mean puppet Jerry Mahone,lots of laughs and lots of goofy bits i can appreciate this old skool humour. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 01/24/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

      Cast & Crew

      Movie Info

      Synopsis Eyes will be poked, noses pulled, faces slapped, heads bonked -- the usual sort of slapstick awaits the viewer in this collection of Three Stooges shorts strung together as a feature film involving a ventriloquist giving a history lesson to his dummy. Here Moe, Larry and Curly appear in a variety of guises: the Stooges as cowboys, the Stooges as tramps, the Stooges as dog-groomers, the Stooges as plumbers, the Stooges as professors, and so on, with each adventure aiming for maximum yuks.
      Director
      Jules White
      Production Co
      Columbia Pictures
      Genre
      Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Jul 1, 1960, Limited
      Runtime
      1h 18m