Tuesday, July 30, 2013
When the Three Stooges Visited Lorain - Part 1
They "sointinly" did (as Curly would say it).
Yes, it was during the last week of July 1960 that special ads began to appear in the Lorain Journal announcing the upcoming special appearance of the "Original Three Stooges."
The ad above appeared on July 29, 1960.
Sadly, Jerome "Curly" Howard – often considered the most popular Stooge – had passed away in 1952. Nevertheless, he appeared in the Palace ad (in his costume from 1942's What's the Matador?)
The day before the appearance, this ad (below) appeared on July 30, 1960 – 53 years ago today.
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I was at one of the shows and even bought a Three Stooges beanie cap that I still have!!
Wow, that’s great that you saw them and even still have a souvenir of the occasion. I saw a photo of a beanie online from 1959, it was red and white with an image of Moe bopping Curly and Larry. It’s just their heads plus a line drawing of Moe’s fists with cartoon stars flying around.
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