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List of Shemp Howard Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Who Done It? (1949)
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Who Done It?
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Who Done It? is a crime comedy short film, which revolves around three private detectives who are hired by a millionaire, to protect him from The Phantom Gang, a gang that has been murdering socialites.  

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Ralph Dunn
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
2. Hold That Lion! (1947)
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Hold That Lion!
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A late Uncle leaves behind an impressive inheritance for the three Stooges; but when crooked broker, Icabod Slipp, runs away with their money, they follow him onto a train. They hide in baggage car to avoid ticket-collector, unaware that a lion is caged there. In their hurry to escape, they accidently let the lion loose causing bedlam. But ultimately they capture Slipp.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Kenneth MacDonald, Emil Sitka
Directed By:
Jules White
3. Scrambled Brains (1951)
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Scrambled Brains
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Shemp is a sick man who is suffering from hallucinations, and starts believing that his nurse, who is not very good-looking, is actually pretty. When his friends Moe and Larry come to take him home from the sanitarium, they come to know that he has got engaged to Nora, which surprises them.  

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Babe London, Moe Howard, Emil Sitka
Directed By:
Jules White
4. Dopey Dicks (1950)
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Dopey Dicks
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Dopey Dicks is a short comedy horror film, which tells the story of three detectives who while trying to rescue a girl, get captured by a mad scientist. Meanwhile, he is also building a mechanical man that requires a human head.    

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Philip Van Zandt
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
5. Crime on Their Hands (1948)
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Crime on Their Hands
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Joe, Larry and Shemp are working as janitors in a newspaper office. When they come across the story of a stolen diamond, they decide to track the thieves, hoping that this will help them become genuine reporters. 

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Kenneth MacDonald
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
6. Heavenly Daze (1948)
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Heavenly Daze
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‘The Three Stooges’ short follows Shemp, who dies but is not allowed to enter heaven. He is sent back to earth as an invisible spirit to perform at least one good deed of reforming Moe and Larry. Shemp haunts them and tries to foil their attempts of selling fake inventions to wealthy people. But can this save him from the fires?

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Vernon Dent, Moe Howard, Sam McDaniel
Directed By:
Jules White
7. The Hot Scots (1948)
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The Hot Scots
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Three friends apply for a job at Scotland Yard, hoping to become detectives, but instead end up as gardeners. However, when they learn that detectives are required to guard a Scottish castle, where someone is stealing valuables, they decide to masquerade as detectives to get the job, and expose the crooks.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Herbert Evans
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
8. All Gummed Up (1947)
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All Gummed Up
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The Stooges, who run the local drug-store, argue with their mean landlord Flint about their lease. When Flint throws out his old-looking wife, Cerina, it inspires Stooges to invent a ‘Fountain of Youth,’ which turns Cerina into a young beauty. Flint demands the serum, but it makes him a 5-year-old. When Shemp gets bubble-gum instead of marshmallows, they all end up blowing bubbles. 

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Emil Sitka
Directed By:
Jules White
9. Squareheads of the Round Table (1948)
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Squareheads of the Round Table
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Set in Arthurian times, three friends try to help their friend Cedric win the hand of the fair princess Elaine. They sneak into the castle to serenade the princess, but get caught by the King, who puts them in the dungeons. Now it is up to Cedric to rescue them, and prove his worth to the King.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Philip Van Zandt
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
10. Three Arabian Nuts (1951)
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Three Arabian Nuts
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Three Arabian Nuts is a comedy film, which revolves around three friends who are delivering some Arabic antiques including a magic lamp with a genie. Three Arabian villains pursue them, since they want the lamp. Therefore the friends decide to seek help from the genie.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Vernon Dent, Moe Howard, Philip Van Zandt
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
11. Corny Casanovas (1952)
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Corny Casanovas
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Three friends are unaware of the fact that they all are engaged to the same girl, a gold-digger who plans to get a engagement ring from all three of them, after which she plans to leave them. When all three friends appear at her house at the same time, a fight ensues.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Connie Cezon
Directed By:
Jules White
12. A Snitch in Time (1950)
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A Snitch in Time
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As owners of a furniture shop, the Stooges are re-staining the furniture that they have delivered to attractive Miss Scudder’s boarding house. Soon, they realize that the new boarders are criminals hiding out after a jewelry store robbery. The crooks hold Miss Scudder and the trio at gun point to plunder the house, but Stooges use varnished furniture to overpower the villains.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, John Cason, Jean Willes
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
13. Goof on the Roof (1953)
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Goof on the Roof
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Goof on the Roof is a comedy short film which tells the story of three friends who take care of a house while their friend is getting married. Their friend wants them to get a TV and an antenna installed in the house, but in order to save the money, the three friends decide to install it themselves.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Frank Mitchell, Maxine Gates
Directed By:
Jules White
14. Fuelin' Around (1949)
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Fuelin' Around
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Three friends are working in the home of a scientist, as carpet layers. However, they are kidnapped by foreign agents as they are mistaken to be scientists, after which they are taken to a country named Anemia. They are ordered to produce the rocket fuel or be executed.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Emil Sitka
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
15. Studio Stoops (1950)
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Studio Stoops
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Studio Stoops is a comedy short film which tells the story of three friends who are termite exterminators.  They are however mistaken for workers of the publicity department, and are therefore asked to arrange a fake kidnapping of a new actress Dolly Devore, in order to help her gain publicity.  

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Kenneth MacDonald
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
16. Three Hams on Rye (1950)
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Three Hams on Rye
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Working as stage-hands and bit-parts actors, the Stooges fail to follow producer’s orders to bar a critic who has been deriding his plays. When they accidently add a pot-holder while baking a cake for a scene, all actors start spitting feathers while eating it during a serious scene. The critic takes it as a hilarious satire and Stooges get a break in the next production. 

Role:
Shemp
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Nanette Bordeaux
Directed By:
Jules White
17. Pest Man Wins (1951)
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Pest Man Wins
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Trying to boost their business as pest exterminators, the Stooges plant pests in a high-society mansion where a party is in progress. They are hired, but warned not to disturb the party. When a mouse disrupts a piano recital, the Stooges try taking it off, but end up wrecking the piano. The pastry table allures them, leading to a big pie fight.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Nanette Bordeaux, Margie Liszt
Directed By:
Jules White
18. Slaphappy Sleuths (1950)
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Slaphappy Sleuths
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Three friends are working as investigators for the Onion Oil Company. When the company’s service stations are being robbed by a gang of crooks, the trio decides to pose as gas station attendants in order to be able to capture the villains.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Stanley Blystone, Moe Howard, Emil Sitka
Directed By:
Jules White
19. Fright Night (1947)
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Fright Night
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The Stooges are manager of a muscular boxer, and they also bet on his next fight. However, a gangster threatens them to make him lose, as he has bet a lot of money on his opponent. Afraid of losing their lives, the Stooges decide to play along. 

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Claire Carleton, Dick Wessel
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
20. Out West (1947)
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Out West
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After learning that her family is broke and is about to sell their ranch, Prissy Alcott decides to give up her luxurious life and move back to her hometown.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Norman Willis
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
21. Punchy Cowpunchers (1950)
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Punchy Cowpunchers
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Three friends named Larry, Moe and Shemp are cavalrymen in the Old West. They are hired to track down the Dillons, a notorious outlaw gang that has been making the life of the people miserable.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Jock Mahoney
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
22. Gents in a Jam (1952)
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Gents in a Jam
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Landlady Mrs. McGruder is about to evict the broke Stooges when Shemp’s wealthy Uncle Phineas arrives for a visit. But Uncle gets caught in the fight as the neighboring strongman starts pounding the Stooges after discovering his wife in Shemp’s bathrobe. Mrs. McGruder and Phineas turn out to be childhood sweethearts. As they get married, the Stooges are left without any money.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Kitty McHugh, Emil Sitka
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
23. Pardon My Clutch (1948)
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Pardon My Clutch
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Pardon My Clutch is a comedy short film which tells the story of three friends who buy a faulty car. As they try to make it work, they meet a collector who offers them good money for the car.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Stanley Blystone, Moe Howard, Matt McHugh
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
24. Loose Loot (1953)
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Loose Loot
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Loose Loot is a short comedy film which revolves around three friends who are trying to obtain an inheritance from their late uncle. However, it gets stolen by a con man, and therefore the trio tries to track him down.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Tom Kennedy, Moe Howard, Kenneth MacDonald
Directed By:
Jules White
25. A Missed Fortune (1952)
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A Missed Fortune
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A Missed Fortune is a comedy short film which tells the story of three friends who move into a luxurious hotel after one of them wins $ 50,000 in a radio contest. They wait for the prize money to arrive, but in the meantime, they receive attention from three women.  

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Nanette Bordeaux, Vivian Mason
Directed By:
Jules White
26. Mississippi Gambler (1942)
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Mississippi Gambler
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Role:
Milton Davis - Brooklyn Cab Driver
Starring:
Claire Dodd, Kent Taylor, Frances Langford, John Litel
Directed By:
John Rawlins
27. Malice in the Palace (1949)
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Malice in the Palace
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While running a restaurant, Casbah Bah, in the Middle East, the three stooges hear about a 100 carat diamond which their two customers planned to steal from King Rootintootin’s tomb. As the stooges learn that the diamond was already taken by the Emir of Schmow, they proceed to Schmow’s palace and sneak in disguised as Santa Claus. Finally, do they get the diamond?

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, George J. Lewis, Vernon Dent, Moe Howard
Directed By:
Jules White
28. It Ain't Hay (1943)
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It Ain't Hay
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Bumbling fool, Wilbur Hoolihan ,kills a horse owned by King O'Hara. In order to replace the horse, he and his friend, Grover Mockridge, unwittingly take a champion thoroughbred named Tea Biscuit, thinking it to be just some old horse. Misadventures and chaos begin, as the horse’s real owner realizes the theft. 

Starring:
Lou Costello, Bud Abbott, Eugene Pallette, Cecil Kellaway
Directed By:
Erle C. Kenton
29. Hokus Pokus (1949)
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Hokus Pokus
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Three friends are taking care of their invalid friend, Mary, who is confined to a wheelchair. However, they are not aware of the fact that she is faking her disability to scam the insurance company. When the friends come across a hypnotist, they think he may be able to hypnotize her into walking again. 

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Vernon Dent, Moe Howard, Mary Ainslee
Directed By:
Jules White
30. Vagabond Loafers (1949)
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Vagabond Loafers
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Vagabond Loafers is a short comedy film, which tells the story of three friends working as plumbers. They are called to a mansion where a party is going on on, but they instead end up making a mess. But things get interesting when they recover a stolen painting.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Kenneth MacDonald
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
31. Listen, Judge (1952)
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Listen, Judge
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Three friends are brought before Judge Henderson on charges of stealing chicken. However, they escape from the courtroom. They eventually get hired as helpers in a house, but soon it turns out that the house belongs to Judge Henderson.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Vernon Dent, Moe Howard, Kitty McHugh
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
32. Blunder Boys (1955)
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Blunder Boys
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Completing Army service, the Stooges join college to study criminology, but achieve the lowest possible grades. Their first assignment in the police-force is to capture ‘Eel,’ a criminal who disguises as a woman. The Stooges go undercover, and trace him to a hotel. But when Eel gives them a slip, they are thrown out of the force and find work as ditch-diggers.

Role:
Days (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Benny Rubin, Moe Howard, Angela Stevens
Directed By:
Jules White
33. Bedlam in Paradise (1955)
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Bedlam in Paradise
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Shemp is on his deathbed, but his friends Moe and Larry, try to nurse him back to health. He eventually passes away, and arrives in heaven, but is asked to return to earth as an invisible spirit to bring his friends back to right path.  

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Vernon Dent, Moe Howard, Philip Van Zandt
Directed By:
Jules White
34. Hugs and Mugs (1950)
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Hugs and Mugs
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Larry, Moe and Shemp, three young men who run a furniture store, find a stolen pearl necklace. Three crooked women manage to convince them that they are the owners of the necklace, and soon the real thieves arrive, and the boys fight to defend the necklace.  

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Nanette Bordeaux
Directed By:
Jules White
35. Hold That Ghost (1941)
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Hold That Ghost
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Starring:
Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Richard Carlson, Joan Davis, Mischa Auer
Directed By:
Arthur Lubin
36. Hellzapoppin' (1941)
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Hellzapoppin'
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Starring:
Ole Olsen, Chic Johnson, Hugh Herbert, Martha Raye
Directed By:
H.C. Potter
37. Murder Over New York (1940)
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Murder Over New York
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Murder Over New York is a mystery crime thriller comedy film which tells the story of Charlie Chan, who encounters his old Scotland Yard friend Hugh Drake, who is now working for military intelligence, and is trying to track down a sabotage ring. They attend a police convention together, but things get ugly when Drake gets murdered. Charlie decides to pick up the case Drake was working on, as he believes it is tied to his friend’s murder.

Starring:
Ricardo Cortez, Sidney Toler, Donald MacBride, Marjorie Weaver
Directed By:
Harry Lachman
38. Shivering Sherlocks (1948)
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Shivering Sherlocks
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The three Stooges, who witness an armed robbery, are taken in by police as suspects; but are allowed to go after a lie-detector test. When their friend Gladys, who helps them with an alibi, inherits an old mansion, they accompany her to inspect the property. But the real robbers hiding in there kidnap Gladys. Now the Stooges must fight to free her.

Role:
Shemp Howard (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Vernon Dent, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre
Directed By:
Del Lord
39. Spooks! (1953)
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Spooks!
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Three private detectives are hired to find a missing girl. They disguise themselves as pie salesmen and end up wandering around a mad scientist’s mansion in search of her. 

Role:
Shemp / Bat with Shemp's Head (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Philip Van Zandt, Norma Randall
Directed By:
Jules White
40. Three Dark Horses (1952)
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Three Dark Horses
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Three Dark Horses is a comedy short film, which tells the story of a campaign boss who is looking for three delegates to the presidential election, who are too stupid to discover that his candidate is a crook. Eventually, three friends Moe, Larry and Shemp are recruited.   

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Ben Welden, Moe Howard, Kenneth MacDonald
Directed By:
Jules White
41. Mummy's Dummies (1948)
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Mummy's Dummies
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Set in ancient Egypt, three friends, Moe, Larry and Shemp, get caught while selling defective chariots. Although they are arrested and brought to the palace to be punished, they are instead made the royal chamberlains after they cure the King’s toothache.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Vernon Dent, Moe Howard, Ralph Dunn
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
42. Fiddlers Three (1948)
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Fiddlers Three
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Three friends, who are fiddlers at the court of Old King Cole, are forbidden to get married to their  sweethearts, until Princess Alicia weds Prince Gallant III of Rhododendron. Their problems get worse when the princess gets kidnapped by Evil Magician Murgatroyd, who plans to marry her himself.  

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Vernon Dent, Moe Howard, Virginia Hunter
Directed By:
Jules White
43. The Tooth Will Out (1951)
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The Tooth Will Out
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The Tooth Will Out is a comedy film, which tells the story of Moe, Larry and Shemp, three friends who graduate from dental school and become dentists. Things go well, till Shemp uses the instructions in a carpentry book to cure an outlaw’s toothache, thus messing up everything.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Vernon Dent, Moe Howard, Margie Liszt
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
44. Income Tax Sappy (1954)
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Income Tax Sappy
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While doing their income tax returns, the three Stooges get an idea to cheat by creating fake deductions. Before long, they turn tax advisors creating innovative deduction ideas for clients and helping them cheat on income tax. They amass a hefty sum, but their scheme soon lands them in prison when some of their clients turn out to be undercover IRS agents. 

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Benny Rubin, Moe Howard, Margie Liszt
Directed By:
Jules White
45. Don't Throw That Knife (1951)
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Don't Throw That Knife
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Three friends who are working as census takers, come to the apartment of a woman named Mrs Wyckoff.  However, they soon learn that her husband who is a knife thrower, is very possessive of her, and doesn’t like her talking to other men. When he arrives home, the three men try to hide.   

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Dick Curtis, Jean Willes
Directed By:
Jules White
46. Gypped in the Penthouse (1955)
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Gypped in the Penthouse
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Larry and Shemp talk about their experiences with a Jean, a woman whom they both dated, who was only interested in their money. After telling their stories, they meet their friend Moe, who is now married to the same woman. Together the three of them plan to teach her a lesson.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Jean Willes, Emil Sitka
Directed By:
Jules White
47. Another Thin Man (1939)
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Another Thin Man
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Nick and Nora Charles are in New York, along with their son Nicky Jr. to visit Colonel Burr MacFay who wants them to spend the weekend at his house on Long Island. McFay wants Nick to use his deductive skills to find the man who has been sending him death threats. Things get ugly when McFay ends up dead, and there is more than one suspect who might be responsible.

Starring:
C. Aubrey Smith, William Powell, Myrna Loy, Otto Kruger,
Directed By:
W.S. Van Dyke
48. Mr. Noisy (1946)
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Mr. Noisy
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Role:
Noisy
Starring:
Heinie Conklin, Vernon Dent, Walter Soderling, Tom Coleman
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
49. Brideless Groom (1947)
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Brideless Groom
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Featuring the three stooges, the short finds Shemp in an awkward situation, when he has to marry someone within 48 hours or risk losing his inheritance. Rejected by everyone, Shemp ends up asking his tone-deaf vocal student Miss Dinkelmeyer with disastrously humorous incidents consequences.  

Role:
Prof. Shemp Howard (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Dee Green
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
50. I'm a Monkey's Uncle (1948)
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I'm a Monkey's Uncle
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The short features three Stooges as cavemen of Stone Age, trying to manage hunting, gathering and such activities. With Moe dating Aggie, Shemp and Larry want to court Aggie’s sisters Maggie and Baggie, but other cavemen accuse them of snatching their women, ensuing a fight. The Stooges use tree branches to fling rocks and eggs at their rivals, and win the girls. 

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Dee Green, Virginia Hunter
Directed By:
Jules White
51. Rip, Sew and Stitch (1953)
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Rip, Sew and Stitch
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Rip, Sew and Stitch is a comedy short film which revolves around three friends who run a tailor shop and are in need of money. Things take a turn when a bank robber pays a visit to the shop.  

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Tiny Brauer, Phil Arnold
Directed By:
Jules White
52. Up in Daisy's Penthouse (1953)
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Up in Daisy's Penthouse
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Up in Daisy’s Penthouse is a comedy short film which revolves around three brothers whose rich father decides to divorce their mother and get married to a young gold-digger named Daisy. However, the three friends do their best to stop the marriage.  

Role:
Shemp / Pop Howard (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, John Merton, Connie Cezon
Directed By:
Jules White
53. Tricky Dicks (1953)
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Tricky Dicks
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Three friends are working as policemen who are on the trail of a murderer. They eventually manage to find and catch the culprit, but in the process, their police station gets nearly destroyed in a gun fight.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Benny Rubin, Moe Howard, Connie Cezon
Directed By:
Jules White
54. Dunked in the Deep (1949)
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Dunked in the Deep
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Three friends are tricked into becoming stowaways by Mr. Borscht, their neighbor, who is a spy for a foreign country. When they come to know that Mr Borscht has hidden a microfilm somewhere inside watermelons, they decide to search for it.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Gene Roth
Directed By:
Jules White
55. Husbands Beware (1956)
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Husbands Beware
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Shemp, a voice teacher, discovers that he must marry within 7 hours to get his dead uncle’s inheritance of $500,000. Shemp gets his terrible student to marry him, while his gold-digger old girlfriends throng the wedding ceremony, creating mayhem. When Shemp realizes that the inheritance-hoax was Moe and Larry’s revenge for marrying them to his overweight sisters, furious Shemp goes gunning after them.

Role:
Prof. Shemp Howard (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Maxine Gates, Lu Leonard
Directed By:
Jules White
56. Of Cash and Hash (1955)
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Of Cash and Hash
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Of Cash and Hash is a short comedy film which tells the story of three friends, Larry, Moe and Shemp, who get suspected of an armed robbery, as they were witnesses. They pass a lie detector test, after which they are allowed to leave. However, soon, they are able to recognize one of the robbers, when he visits the café where they work.    

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Vernon Dent, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre
Directed By:
Jules White
57. For Crimin' Out Loud (1956)
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For Crimin' Out Loud
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Larry, Moe and Shemp are three detectives who have been hired to protect a rich politician. However, when the man disappears, all the three of them try their best to find him.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Ralph Dunn
Directed By:
Jules White
58. Moonlight and Cactus (1944)
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Moonlight and Cactus
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2
Starring:
Leo Carrillo, Sisters The Andrews, Laverne Andrews, Maxene Andrews
Directed By:
Edward F. Cline
59. Strictly in the Groove (1942)
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Strictly in the Groove
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2
Starring:
Leon Errol, Franklin Pangborn, Ozzie Nelson, Mary Healy
Directed By:
Vernon Keays
60. Too Many Blondes (1941)
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Too Many Blondes
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Role:
Hotel Manager Ambrose Tripp
Starring:
Rudy Vallee, Jerome Cowan, Lon Chaney Jr., Helen Parrish
Directed By:
Thornton Freeland
61. Sing a Song of Six Pants (1947)
11
2
Sing a Song of Six Pants
11
2

Heavily in debt, the three Stooges may soon lose their tailor shop to the finance company.  The only way left for them is to catch the fugitive bank robber and win a big reward.  Meanwhile chased by the police, the robber enters into their shop and pretends to be a mannequin, eventually leaving his suit with the safe combination in its pocket in the shop.  What will the stooges do?

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Tiny Brauer, Virginia Hunter
Directed By:
Jules White
62. The Ghost Talks (1949)
11
2
The Ghost Talks
11
2

Three friends who work for an express company are sent to move some junk as well as a suit of armor, from a spooky old house on a rainy night.  Little do they know that the armor is haunted by the ghost of Peeping Tom. 

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Phil Arnold, Nancy Saunders
Directed By:
Jules White
63. He Cooked His Goose (1952)
11
2
He Cooked His Goose
11
2

Larry is a womanizer who is having an affair with Moe’s wife while also trying to woo Shemp’s fiancée. When Moe finds out about this, Larry tries to convince Moe that he is innocent, and that the actual culprit is Shemp.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Angela Stevens, Mary Ainslee
Directed By:
Jules White
64. Shot in the Frontier (1954)
11
2
Shot in the Frontier
11
2

Three friends have no choice but to defend their honor against the Noonan brothers, as the Noonan brothers want to marry the very same girls whom they are courting.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Diana Darrin, Ruth Godfrey
Directed By:
Jules White
65. Creeps (1956)
11
2
Creeps
11
2

Moe, Larry and Shemp are movers working for an express company who are sent to move some junk on a rainy night. The junk however also includes a suit of armor, from a spooky old house, which seem to be haunted by the ghost of Sir Tom, and it has no intention of leaving.

Role:
Shemp / Shemp's Son (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Jules White, Moe Howard, Phil Arnold
Directed By:
Jules White
66. Hula-La-La (1951)
11
2
Hula-La-La
11
2

Moe, Larry and Howard are three friends who are working as dance instructors for a movie company. They are sent to a tropical island to teach the natives how to dance so that they will be able to appear in a movie. However, they find themselves against a cannibalistic witch doctor, who wants to add their heads to his collection.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Kenneth MacDonald, Jean Willes
Directed By:
Hugh McCollum
67. Love at First Bite (1950)
11
2
Love at First Bite
11
2

Larry, Moe, and Shemp, three friends serving in the military, remember their past days with their sweethearts. As they are waiting for the girls to arrive in a ship, they get drunk. Shemp falls asleep, and the other two think that he has passed away.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Yvette Reynard
Directed By:
Jules White
68. Musty Musketeers (1954)
11
2
Musty Musketeers
11
2

Larry, Moe and Shemp are three friends who are looking forward to marry their sweethearts. However, the King forbids them, saying that they can get married only after Princess Alisha weds Prince Gallant III.  However, an evil magician abducts the princess as he has his own plans to marry her.

Role:
Shempeth (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Vernon Dent, Moe Howard, Philip Van Zandt
Directed By:
Jules White
69. The Bank Dick (1940)
11
2
The Bank Dick
TV-PG
11
2

Egbert Sousé is a drunkard who lives a boring life, since he has strained relations with his wife and his mother-in-law, due to his smoking and drinking. Things change when he is hired as a security guard for a bank. When he mistakenly stops a robbery by tripping the thieves, he receives a promotion.

Starring:
W. C. Fields, W.C. Fields, Una Merkel, Jessie Ralph, Cora Witherspoon
Directed By:
Edward F. Cline
70. Close Relations (1933)
11
2
Close Relations
11
2
Role:
One of the Moles
Starring:
Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Charles Judels, Harry Shannon, Mildred Van Dorn
Directed By:
Ray McCarey
71. Buck Privates (1941)
11
2
Buck Privates
11
2
Starring:
Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Lee Bowman, Alan Curtis
Directed By:
Arthur Lubin
72. Baby Sitters Jitters (1951)
10
2
Baby Sitters Jitters
10
2

Three friends Moe, Larry and Shemp become babysitters in order to pay their rent money. They need to take care of Junior Lloyd whose mother Joan is separated from her husband. Joan is afraid that her husband might attempt to kidnap their son. However, they soon fall asleep and when they wake up, they find the baby gone.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Lynn Davies, David Windsor
Directed By:
Jules White
73. Merry Mavericks (1951)
10
2
Merry Mavericks
10
2

Three friends are mistaken to be lawmen and they manage to capture a gang of criminals. Soon, they are offered a job of guarding some money in an old house, but the house is known to be haunted by the ghost of an Indian Chief.  

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Marion Martin, Don C. Harvey
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
74. Bubble Trouble (1953)
10
2
Bubble Trouble
10
2

The mean landlord Amos Flint threatens the Stooges to end the lease of their pharmacy. The Stooges help Flint’s wife, Cerina, when he kicks her out for looking old. With their magic formula, Fountain of Youth, Cerina turns into a young beauty. When Flint witnesses Cerina’s transformation, he too requests for the formula; but the potent dose turns him into a gorilla.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Emil Sitka
Directed By:
Jules White
75. Pardon My Backfire (1953)
10
2
Pardon My Backfire
10
2

Pardon My Backfire is a short comedy film which tells the story of three friends who are working as auto mechanics and are in need of money to get married to their lovers. Their lives take a turn as they encounter a group of escaped convicts.   

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Benny Rubin, Moe Howard, Frank Sully
Directed By:
Jules White
76. Booty and the Beast (1953)
10
2
Booty and the Beast
10
2

Three friends help a stranger open a safe not knowing that he was actually a crook. When they realize the truth, since they have becoming accomplices to his robbery, they decide to go after him and find him on their own.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Vernon Dent, Moe Howard, Kenneth MacDonald
Directed By:
Jules White
77. Hot Ice (1955)
10
2
Hot Ice
10
2

Three friends want to be successful detectives and they get an opportunity to prove themselves when a precious diamond is stolen by a crook named Dapper.  Hoping to become actual genuine detectives, they plan to solve the case. They head for Squid McGuffy’s café and convince everyone that they are with the police, after which they start asking for the whereabouts of Dapper.                                                              

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Kenneth MacDonald
Directed By:
Jules White
78. How's About It (1943)
10
2
How's About It
10
2
Role:
Alf
Starring:
Mary Wickes, Walter Catlett, Robert Paige, Sisters The Andrews, Grace McDonald
Directed By:
Erle C. Kenton
79. Jiggers, My Wife (1946)
10
2
Jiggers, My Wife
10
2
Role:
Woodcock 'Woody' J. Strinker
Starring:
Tom Kennedy, Symona Boniface, Christine McIntyre, Early Cantrell
Directed By:
Jules White
80. Pugs and Kisses (1934)
10
2
Pugs and Kisses
10
2
Role:
Dopey Traynor
Starring:
Charles Judels, Lionel Stander, Greta Granstedt, Charles Anthony Hughes
Directed By:
Ray McCarey
81. Flagpole Jitters (1956)
10
2
Flagpole Jitters
10
2

Moe, Larry and Shemp are three friends taking care of Mary, their invalid friend as she is bound to a wheelchair. They work at a theater, where they hope they will make enough money so that Mary can undergo an operation. However, one day, they come across a hypnotist at the theater and become subjects for his show.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Vernon Dent, Moe Howard, David Bond
Directed By:
Jules White
82. Knutzy Knights (1954)
10
2
Knutzy Knights
10
2

Larry, Moe and Shemp are three friends who want to help their friend Cedric the Blacksmith win the hand of Princess Elaine. However, Elaine has been promised to the Black Prince who is planning to take over the kingdom. The friends try to come up with a plan to ruin his plan, as well as help their friend Cedric.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Jock Mahoney
Directed By:
Jules White
83. Stone Age Romeos (1955)
10
2
Stone Age Romeos
10
2

Larry, Moe and Shemp hopes to win a reward by proving to a museum that cavemen still exist. They set out on an expedition, and soon return with a film. They show the museum curator three cavemen still living like prehistoric times. He is about to pay them, when he overhears them talking about how they faked the entire film.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Emil Sitka, Virginia Hunter
Directed By:
Jules White
84. In the Navy (1941)
10
2
In the Navy
10
2
Starring:
Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Dick Powell, Claire Dodd, Sisters The Andrews
Directed By:
Arthur Lubin
85. Scotched in Scotland (1954)
10
2
Scotched in Scotland
10
2

When the Stooges complete their detective school graduation, Dean Gonga sends them to Glenheather Castle in Scotland to investigate the mysterious disappearance of valuables. Dressed in kilts with names as McMoe, McLarry and McShemp, they reach the castle where the crooked staff tries to scare them off with ‘spooky happenings.’ But the Stooges persevere and finally succeed in catching the thieving servants. 

Role:
McShemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Philip Van Zandt
Directed By:
Jules White
86. Wham-Bam-Slam! (1955)
10
2
Wham-Bam-Slam!
10
2

As Shemp is feeling unwell, Moe and Larry get some remedies from self-taught healer Claude, which they misinterpret, increasing Shemp’s misery. Claude then suggests taking Shemp for a trip and buying his car for the purpose. Turning out to be a lemon, the car leads to one mishap after another, and at the end Shemp realizes that he already feels better.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Matt McHugh, Alyn Lockwood
Directed By:
Jules White
87. Blondie Knows Best (1946)
10
2
Blondie Knows Best
10
2
Starring:
Arthur Lake, Penny Singleton, Larry Simms, Daisy
Directed By:
Abby Berlin
88. Where the Pest Begins (1945)
10
2
Where the Pest Begins
10
2
Role:
Shemp Howard
Starring:
Tom Kennedy, Christine McIntyre, Rebel Randall, Harry Tenbrook
Directed By:
Harry Edwards
89. San Antonio Rose (1941)
10
2
San Antonio Rose
10
2
Role:
Benny the Bounce
Starring:
Robert Paige, Lon Chaney Jr., Eve Arden, Jane Frazee
Directed By:
Charles Lamont
90. Bride and Gloom (1947)
10
2
Bride and Gloom
10
2
Role:
Shemp
Starring:
Dick Curtis, Lynton Brent, Christine McIntyre, Jean Willes
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
91. A Hit with a Miss (1945)
10
2
A Hit with a Miss
10
2
Role:
Rameses - Prizefighter
Starring:
Heinie Conklin, Charley Rogers, Robert B. Williams, Marilyn Johnson
Directed By:
Jules White
92. Mr. Dynamite (1941)
10
2
Mr. Dynamite
10
2
Starring:
Robert Armstrong, J. Carrol Naish, Irene Hervey, Lloyd Nolan
Directed By:
John Rawlins
93. Pals and Gals (1954)
10
2
Pals and Gals
10
2

Pals and Gals is a Western comedy short film which tells the story of Shemp, who is suffering from an enlarged vein in his leg, and is worried that it may lead to amputation. However, his doctor advises him to go and spend some time in the Old West, and it will help him heal. Along with his friends Moe and Larry, Shemp heads towards the old west, and arrives in a somewhat lawless town.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, George Chesebro
Directed By:
Jules White
94. Fling in the Ring (1955)
10
2
Fling in the Ring
10
2

Larry, Moe and Shemp are trainers for the boxer Chopper Kane. Their boss Big Mike, who is a mobster, however, bet’s on Chopper’s opponent, Gorilla Watson, and tells them to make Chopper lose the fight. However, the boys have already bet their money on Chopper.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Claire Carleton, Dick Wessel
Directed By:
Jules White
95. In the Dough (1933)
10
2
In the Dough
10
2

It is Slim’s first day at work at a bakery, when local gangsters pay a visit to his boss Mr Shultz, in order to demand protection money. However, when Shultz refuses to pay, the gangsters decide to destroy his bakery. However, their plan don’t go as expected.

Role:
Bugs (uncredited)
Starring:
Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle, Dan Coleman, Ethel Davis, Fred Harper
Directed By:
Ray McCarey
96. Society Mugs (1946)
10
2
Society Mugs
10
2
Role:
Shemp
Starring:
Tom Kennedy, Vernon Dent, Christine McIntyre, Rebel Randall
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
97. Glove Slingers (1939)
10
2
Glove Slingers
10
2
Role:
Pat Patrick
Starring:
Paul Hurst, George Gray, Noah Beery Jr., Bert Young
Directed By:
Jules White
98. Open Season for Saps (1944)
10
2
Open Season for Saps
10
2
Role:
Woodcock Q. Strinker
Starring:
George J. Lewis, Harry Barris, Christine McIntyre, Early Cantrell
Directed By:
Jules White
99. Cuckoo on a Choo Choo (1952)
10
2
Cuckoo on a Choo Choo
10
2

Larry and Shemp are two friends living in a stolen railroad car. Although Larry wants to marry his girlfriend, she refuses until Shemp marries her sister. However, Shemp is a drunkard who loves an imaginary friend named ‘Carry’. Meanwhile, an investigator starts inquiring how the railroad car was stolen from a moving train.

Role:
Shemp (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Victoria Horne, Patricia Wright
Directed By:
Jules White
100. Self Made Maids (1950)
10
2
Self Made Maids
10
2

Larry, Moe and Shemp are three artists who find themselves attracted to three models, and want to marry them. They decide to consult their father before accepting the proposal. However, their father disapproves.

Role:
Shemp / Shempetta (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard
Directed By:
Jules White
101. Off Again, on Again (1945)
10
2
Off Again, on Again
10
2
Role:
Woodcock Q. Strinker
Starring:
Bobby Burns, Dick Curtis, Christine McIntyre, Grace Lenard
Directed By:
Jules White
102. While the Cat's Away (1936)
10
2
While the Cat's Away
10
2
Role:
Henry
Starring:
Anita Garvin, John Berkes, Jean Cleveland, Allyn Drake
Directed By:
Lloyd French
103. Pittsburgh (1942)
10
2
Pittsburgh
10
2

Blinded by ambition, coal-miner Charles ‘Pittsburgh’ Markham stops at nothing to achieve success in the Pittsburgh steel industry. He not only sacrifices his long-standing friendship with Evans, but also breaks his girlfriend Josie’s heart with his hunger for power and money. Before long, his deceitful business dealings bring down his fortunes. However, he gets an unexpected chance to start life afresh. 

Starring:
Marlene Dietrich, John Wayne, Louise Allbritton, Randolph Scott, Frank Craven
Directed By:
Lewis Seiler
104. Scheming Schemers (1956)
10
2
Scheming Schemers
10
2

The Stooges, working as plumbers, are assigned to find a diamond ring lost down the drain at a wealthy mansion, where fancy party is in progress. As they take down the plumbing, accidentally crossing with electricals, water-fountains erupt from chandeliers and gas-stove. When thieves disguised as guests try to steal valuable painting, the Stooges chase them, and end up starting a pie-fight.

Role:
Shemp (archiveFootage) (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Emil Sitka
Directed By:
Jules White
105. Hit the Road (1941)
10
2
Hit the Road
10
2
Starring:
Barton MacLane, Gladys George, Billy Halop, Huntz Hall
Directed By:
Joe May
106. Tight Shoes (1941)
10
2
Tight Shoes
10
2
Starring:
Broderick Crawford, Leo Carrillo, Binnie Barnes, John Howard
Directed By:
Albert S. Rogell
107. The Flame of New Orleans (1941)
10
2
The Flame of New Orleans
10
2

A young woman pretends to be Countess Claire Ledoux to successfully attract the wealthy banker, Charles Giraud. Unfortunately, she also attracts the attention of Robert Latour, a riverboat captain later. As someone from Claire’s past almost reveals her scandalous past, Claire invents the character of Lili, a look-alike cousin to preserve her secret.  

Starring:
Marlene Dietrich, Andy Devine, Roland Young, Mischa Auer, Bruce Cabot
Directed By:
René Clair
108. Rumpus in the Harem (1956)
10
2
Rumpus in the Harem
10
2

Rumpus in the Harem is a comedy short film which tells the story of Moe, Larry and Shemp, three friends who run a restaurant. They are in need of money to pay the taxes of their fiancées, or else the girls would be sold as slaves. They soon meet a few crooks who convince them to recover a stolen diamond.

Role:
Shemp (archiveFootage) (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, George J. Lewis, Vernon Dent, Moe Howard
Directed By:
Jules White
109. Hot Stuff (1956)
10
3
Hot Stuff
10
3

Moe, Larry and Shemp are government agents who are assigned to protect a professor who has invented a super rocket fuel. However, Larry is mistaken for the professor and is kidnapped along with Moe and Shemp. They are taken far away, and are asked to produce the rocket fuel or face execution.  

Role:
Shemp (archiveFootage) (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Christine McIntyre, Emil Sitka
Directed By:
Jules White
110. Crazy House (1943)
10
2
Crazy House
10
2
Starring:
Ole Olsen, Chic Johnson, Patric Knowles, Martha O'Driscoll
Directed By:
Edward F. Cline
111. The Lone Wolf Meets a Lady (1940)
9
2
The Lone Wolf Meets a Lady
9
2

The Lone Wolf Meets a Lady is a comedy drama mystery film which tells the story of a hardworking woman, who works as a secretary for a rich woman. She is engaged to the wealthy woman’s son, but her life turns upside down when she is accused of a murder she has not committed. Lanyard, a reformed jewel thief tries to clear her of the murder charges.

Starring:
Roger Pryor, Warren William, Jean Muir, Victor Jory,
Directed By:
Sidney Salkow
112. Africa Screams (1949)
9
2
Africa Screams
9
2
Starring:
Lou Costello, Bud Abbott, Clyde Beatty, Joe Besser
Directed By:
Charles Barton
113. Money Squawks (1940)
9
2
Money Squawks
9
2
Role:
Shemp
Starring:
Charles Dorety, Vernon Dent, Andy Clyde, Bert Young
Directed By:
Jules White
114. Art Trouble (1934)
9
2
Art Trouble
9
2

Art Trouble is a comedy short film which tells the story of two brothers, who are ordered by their parents to go to Paris to study art, although they have other interests. Therefore, they decide to hire two house painters instead to go in their place. Things get complicated after the impostors win an art contest.

Role:
Short Painter
Starring:
James Stewart, Mary Wickes, Beatrice Blinn, Harry Gribbon, Leni Stengel
Directed By:
Ralph Staub
115. Keep 'Em Slugging (1943)
9
2
Keep 'Em Slugging
9
2
Starring:
Bobby Jordan, Evelyn Ankers, Huntz Hall, Gabriel Dell
Directed By:
Christy Cabanne
116. Mushrooms (1934)
9
2
Mushrooms
9
2
Role:
Thorndike
Starring:
Harry Gribbon, Loretta Sayers, Lionel Stander, Cora Witherspoon
Directed By:
Ralph Staub
117. Three of a Kind (1944)
9
2
Three of a Kind
9
2
Role:
Shemp Howard
Starring:
Billy Gilbert, June Lang, Maxie Rosenbloom, Helen Gilbert
Directed By:
D. Ross Lederman
118. Butch Minds the Baby (1942)
9
2
Butch Minds the Baby
9
2
Starring:
Broderick Crawford, Virginia Bruce, Dick Foran, Porter Hall, Richard Lane
Directed By:
Albert S. Rogell
119. Pick a Peck of Plumbers (1944)
9
2
Pick a Peck of Plumbers
9
2
Role:
Elmer Peabody
Starring:
Heinie Conklin, El Brendel, Beatrice Blinn, Willa Pearl Curtis
Directed By:
Jules White
120. Boobs in the Woods (1940)
9
2
Boobs in the Woods
9
2
Role:
Gus
Starring:
Andy Clyde, Bruce Bennett, Esther Howard, Mariska Aldrich
Directed By:
Del Lord
121. Strange Affair (1944)
9
2
Strange Affair
9
2
Starring:
Allyn Joslyn, Evelyn Keyes, Edgar Buchanan, Marguerite Chapman
Directed By:
Alfred E. Green
122. Home on the Rage (1938)
9
2
Home on the Rage
9
2
Role:
Happy
Starring:
Vernon Dent, Andy Clyde, Gene Morgan, Lela Bliss
Directed By:
Del Lord
123. The Invisible Woman (1940)
9
2
The Invisible Woman
9
2
Starring:
John Barrymore, Charles Ruggles, Virginia Bruce, John Howard
Directed By:
A. Edward Sutherland
124. Arabian Nights (1942)
9
2
Arabian Nights
9
2
Starring:
Billy Gilbert, Leif Erickson, Jon Hall, Maria Montez
Directed By:
John Rawlins
125. Commotion on the Ocean (1956)
9
2
Commotion on the Ocean
9
2

Moe, Larry and Shemp are janitors working at a newspaper office. They want an opportunity to become journalists, and the managing editor promises to think about it. However, they are tricked into becoming stowaways on an ocean liner.

Role:
Shemp (archiveFootage) (as Shemp)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Gene Roth, Emil Sitka
Directed By:
Jules White
126. Corn on the Cop (1934)
9
2
Corn on the Cop
9
2
Role:
Reginald
Starring:
Harry Gribbon, Mary Doran, Boyd Davis, Charles Howard
Directed By:
Ralph Staub
127. My Mummy's Arms (1934)
9
2
My Mummy's Arms
9
2
Role:
Kenneth
Starring:
Harry Gribbon, Louise Latimer, Russell Hicks, Sheldon Leonard
Directed By:
Ralph Staub
128. Road Show (1941)
9
2
Road Show
9
2

In order to avoid marrying his gold-digger fiancée, rich playboy Drogo Gaines decides to fake insanity and a nervous breakdown. However, things turn worse because he soon finds himself in a mental asylum.   

Starring:
Adolphe Menjou, Charles Butterworth, Patsy Kelly, Carole Landis
Directed By:
Hal Roach
129. Soup to Nuts (1930)
9
2
Soup to Nuts
9
2

Busy with his Rube Goldberg-style inventions, Mr. Schmidt neglects his costume store which is taken over by creditors who send Carlson to manage the store. Though Carlson is smitten with Schmidt’s niece Louise, she makes her disinterest clear. But when she gets trapped in a fire, salesman Ted, Queenie, and some foolish firemen come to rescue and help Carlson win her over. 

Starring:
Larry Fine, Charles Winninger, Lucile Browne, Ted Healy
Directed By:
Benjamin Stoloff
130. Millionaires in Prison (1940)
9
2
Millionaires in Prison
9
2
Starring:
Lee Tracy, Raymond Walburn, Truman Bradley, Linda Hayes
Directed By:
Ray McCarey
131. Convention Girl (1935)
9
2
Convention Girl
9
2
Role:
Dan Higgins
Starring:
Herbert Rawlinson, Sally O'Neil, Rose Hobart, Weldon Heyburn
Directed By:
Luther Reed
132. A Peach of a Pair (1934)
9
2
A Peach of a Pair
9
2
Role:
Shemp Butler
Starring:
Daphne Pollard, Jessie Busley, John Brown, Elmer Brown
Directed By:
Lloyd French
133. Private Buckaroo (1942)
9
2
Private Buckaroo
9
2

Entertainer Lon Prentice wants to enlist in the army, but he is unable to do so, because of his flat foot. However, he is eventually enlisted after getting it fixed, but he finds most of the military training useless and beneath him, due to to his skill and fame. Eventually, his commander allows him to be exempt from partaking in activities that he doesn’t like. However, this turns the entire camp against him.

Starring:
Mary Wickes, Ernest Truex, Dick Foran, Joe E. Lewis, Sisters The Andrews
Directed By:
Edward F. Cline
134. Hollywood Round-Up (1937)
9
2
Hollywood Round-Up
9
2
Role:
Oscar Bush
Starring:
Buck Jones, Grant Withers, Helen Twelvetrees, Dickie Jones
Directed By:
Ewing Scott
135. Smoked Hams (1934)
9
2
Smoked Hams
9
2
Role:
Henry Howard
Starring:
Daphne Pollard, Lionel Stander, Harry Shannon, Bakers The Model
Directed By:
Lloyd French
136. Gold Raiders (1951)
9
2
Gold Raiders
9
2

An investigator is asked by an insurance company to look into some missing gold. He soon meets Moe, Shemp and Larry, who help him stop a robbery. He asks them to team up with him, to stop future thefts.

Role:
Shemp (as The Three Stooges)
Starring:
Larry Fine, George O'Brien, Moe Howard, Sheila Ryan
Directed By:
Edward Bernds
137. Salt Water Daffy (1933)
9
2
Salt Water Daffy
9
2
Role:
Wilbur the Kleptomaniac
Starring:
Charles Judels, Jack Haley, Jules Epailly, Lionel Stander
Directed By:
Ray McCarey
138. Why Pay Rent? (1935)
9
2
Why Pay Rent?
9
2
Role:
Henry
Starring:
Roscoe Ates, Billie Leonard, Ethel Sykes, Roy Le May
Directed By:
Lloyd French
139. Pure Feud (1934)
8
2
Pure Feud
8
2

On the advice of his doctor, Edgar Appletree and his sister move to a quiet country cabin so that Edgar can relax and calm his nerves. However, shortly after their arrival, they are greeted with a barrage of gunfire, which is the result of a longstanding feud between the neighboring McCarthy and Jenkins families.

Starring:
Vicki Cummings, Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy, Valerie Bergere
Directed By:
Joseph Henabery
140. Pleased to Mitt You (1940)
8
2
Pleased to Mitt You
8
2
Role:
Pat Patrick
Starring:
Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams, Lynton Brent, David Durand, Doris Donaldson
Directed By:
Jules White
141. Gobs of Fun (1933)
8
2
Gobs of Fun
8
2
Role:
Club patron (uncredited)
Starring:
Olive Borden, Charles Judels, George Givot, Charles Anthony Hughes
Directed By:
Ray McCarey
142. Here Comes Flossie! (1933)
8
2
Here Comes Flossie!
8
2
Role:
Ezry
Starring:
Paul Everton, Ben Blue, Janet Reade, Jack Cherry
Directed By:
Ray McCarey
143. Dizzy & Daffy (1934)
8
2
Dizzy & Daffy
8
2
Role:
Lefty Howard
Starring:
Roscoe Ates, Richard Cramer, Dizzy Dean, Paul 'Daffy' Dean
Directed By:
Lloyd French
144. Crazy Knights (1944)
8
2
Crazy Knights
8
2
Role:
Shemp
Starring:
Billy Gilbert, Maxie Rosenbloom, Tim Ryan, Jayne Hazard
Directed By:
William Beaudine
145. Six Lessons from Madame La Zonga (1941)
8
2
Six Lessons from Madame La Zonga
8
2
Starring:
William Frawley, Lupe Velez, Leon Errol, Helen Parrish
Directed By:
John Rawlins
146. Howd' Ya Like That? (1934)
8
2
Howd' Ya Like That?
8
2
Starring:
Charles Judels, Lionel Stander, George Givot, Penny Singleton
Directed By:
Ray McCarey
147. Give Us Wings (1940)
8
2
Give Us Wings
8
2
Starring:
Billy Halop, Bobby Jordan, Huntz Hall, Gabriel Dell
Directed By:
Charles Lamont
148. I Scream (1934)
8
2
I Scream
8
2
Role:
Moran's Henchman
Starring:
Gus Shy, Lionel Stander, Curtis Karpe, Harmonica Rascals The Five
Directed By:
Ray McCarey
149. Cracked Nuts (1941)
8
2
Cracked Nuts
8
2
Role:
Eddie / Ivan
Starring:
William Frawley, Stuart Erwin, Una Merkel, Mischa Auer
Directed By:
Edward F. Cline
150. Very Close Veins (1934)
8
2
Very Close Veins
8
2
Role:
Sourdough
Starring:
Harry T. Morey, Robert Gleckler, Ben Blue, Dorothy Dare
Directed By:
Ralph Staub
151. The Strange Case of Doctor Rx (1942)
8
2
The Strange Case of Doctor Rx
8
2
Starring:
Lionel Atwill, Samuel S. Hinds, Patric Knowles, Mona Barrie
Directed By:
William Nigh
152. His First Flame (1935)
8
2
His First Flame
8
2
Role:
Smokey Moe
Starring:
Daphne Pollard, Donald MacBride, John Sheehan, Fred Harper
Directed By:
Lloyd French
153. Henry the Ache (1934)
8
2
Henry the Ache
8
2
Role:
Artie - One of King Henry's Lackeys
Starring:
Bert Lahr, Leni Stengel, Monte Collins, Janet Reade
Directed By:
Ray McCarey
154. Rambling 'Round Radio Row #9 (1934)
7
1
Rambling 'Round Radio Row #9
7
1
Starring:
George Jessel, Pat C. Flick, Ramon, Rosita
155. The Knife of the Party (1934)
6
1
The Knife of the Party
6
1
Role:
Shemp Howard (as Shemp Howard and His Stooges)
Starring:
Jimmie Fox, Lillian Miles, Jack Good, Trio The Girlfriend
Directed By:
Leigh Jason
156. Paul Revere, Jr. (1933)
6
1
Paul Revere, Jr.
6
1
Starring:
Gus Shy, Bobby Watson, Janet Reade, Bert Frohman
Directed By:
Roy Mack
157. Spring Fever (1919)
12
2
Spring Fever
12
2
Starring:
Moe Howard, Honus Wagner
158. Behind Prison Gates (1939)
11
2
Behind Prison Gates
11
2
Starring:
Paul Fix, Julie Bishop, Brian Donlevy, Joseph Crehan
Directed By:
Charles Barton
159. On the Wagon (1935)
10
2
On the Wagon
10
2
Role:
Henry
Starring:
Roscoe Ates, Gertrude Mudge, Dorothy Brown, Lillian Pertka
Directed By:
Lloyd French
160. The Leather Pushers (1940)
10
2
The Leather Pushers
10
2
Starring:
Richard Arlen, Charles D. Brown, Andy Devine, Astrid Allwyn,
Directed By:
John Rawlins
161. Dangerous Business (1946)
10
2
Dangerous Business
10
2
Role:
Monk
Starring:
Lynn Merrick, Forrest Tucker, Gus Schilling, Gerald Mohr
Directed By:
D. Ross Lederman
162. Punch and Beauty (1936)
10
2
Punch and Beauty
10
2
Role:
Knobby Walsh
Starring:
John Berkes, Richard Lane, Robert Norton, Beverly Phalon
Directed By:
Lloyd French
163. Serves You Right (1935)
9
2
Serves You Right
9
2
Role:
Johnny Spivens
Starring:
Donald MacBride, Eddie Hall, Nell O'Day, Connie Almy
Directed By:
Lloyd French
164. Taking the Count (1937)
9
2
Taking the Count
9
2
Role:
Knobby Walsh
Starring:
John Berkes, Charles Kemper, Robert Norton, Beverly Phalon
Directed By:
Lloyd French
165. The Officer's Mess (1935)
9
2
The Officer's Mess
9
2
Role:
Gus Doakes
Starring:
Jules Epailly, Charles Kemper, Detmar Poppen, Louise Squire
Directed By:
Lloyd French
166. Headin' East (1937)
9
2
Headin' East
9
2
Role:
Windy Wylie
Starring:
Buck Jones, Donald Douglas, Ruth Coleman, Elaine Arden
Directed By:
Ewing Scott
167. The Choke's on You (1936)
8
2
The Choke's on You
8
2
Role:
Knobby Walsh
Starring:
John Berkes, Robert Norton, Beverly Phalon, Lee Weber
Directed By:
Lloyd French
168. The Wrong, Wrong Trail (1934)
8
2
The Wrong, Wrong Trail
8
2
Role:
Piano Mover (uncredited)
Starring:
Donald MacBride, Fred Harper, Jesse Block, Eva Sully
Directed By:
Joseph Henabery
169. Daredevil O'Dare (1934)
8
2
Daredevil O'Dare
8
2
Role:
Butch
Starring:
Vicki Cummings, Ben Blue, Owen Martin, Joseph Vitale
Directed By:
Ralph Staub
170. Meet the Chump (1941)
7
1
Meet the Chump
7
1
Starring:
Hugh Herbert, Anne Nagel, Lewis Howard, Jean Brooks
Directed By:
Edward F. Cline
171. Absorbing Junior (1936)
4
1
Absorbing Junior
4
1
Role:
Henry, the Husband
Starring:
John Berkes, Gertrude Mudge, Gerrie Worthing, Ken Lundy
Directed By:
Lloyd French

TV Movie(s)

1. Jerks of All Trades (1949)
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2
Jerks of All Trades
10
2
Role:
Shemp (as The Three Stooges)
Starring:
Larry Fine, Symona Boniface, Moe Howard, Emil Sitka
Directed By:
George Cahan

TV Shows and Videos

The Eddie Cantor Comedy Theater (1955)
The Eddie Cantor Comedy Theater
Starring:
Buster Keaton, Buddy Ebsen, Eddie Albert, Peter Lorre, Victor McLaglen, Larry Fine, Eddie Cantor
Directed By:
Eddie Davis
The Frank Sinatra Show (1950)
The Frank Sinatra Show
Starring:
Frank Sinatra, Larry Fine
Directed By:
Jack Donohue, John Peyser
Texaco Star Theatre Starring Milton Berle (1948)
Texaco Star Theatre Starring Milton Berle
Starring:
Ann Sothern, Vivian Vance, Bela Lugosi, Milton Berle, William Frawley, Sid Stone
Directed By:
Sid Smith, Milton Berle, Greg Garrison, Edmund L. Cashman
The Ed Wynn Show (1949)
The Ed Wynn Show
Starring:
Hattie McDaniel, Larry Fine, William Frawley, Buddy Ebsen, Ed Wynn