The Three Stooges: Professor Shemp gives a singing lesson. IN COLOR

like i said before i hate colorized three stooges episodes but its still a funny part none the less

it is from the three stooges short episode “brideless groom”

plot:

Shemp plays a voice instructor who has just received an inheritance, but there is a catch: he must marry in 24 hours or he will not receive the money.

42 thoughts on “The Three Stooges: Professor Shemp gives a singing lesson. IN COLOR”

  1. I didnt know Larry played the piano too. I knew he was an accomplished
    violinist. Unfortunately, it seemed he got slapped around more than
    anybody. The stooges were great…..may they all R.I.P.

  2. I know many didn’t care for Shemp but he was my favorite…..although I did
    love all four….they each brought their own funny flavor into each short!

  3. though shemp may not have been as popular as curly, he had his own unique
    style of performing the comedy. either way you look at it, he is still way
    better than fuckin joe

  4. @gwarriorfromhell To tell you the truth I think Shemp is the 2nd best
    stooge, obviously Curly is and always will be the best. Moe was always
    serious, Larry was always in the background, Joe was annoying and Curly Joe
    didn’t even try.

  5. I’ve always liked Shemp a lot, too. And they seem to do a better job of
    colorization than they used to. Early on, it appeared to be slapped
    together. It looks more like old Technicolor now … more natural.

  6. Back when answering machines were the big thing, I had this on mine. I said
    that my wife was practicing her singing lessons and that we would call
    back. Got a lot of comments on that one. Thank you for posting this, one of
    my favorites. “Your little dream boat is sailing…WHOOOOO WHOOOOO”.

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