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Three Stooges Moe Howard Curly Howard Larry Fine Photos 1943 Signed Autograph "I Can Hardly Wait" Movie Scene

Three Stooges Moe Howard Curly Howard Larry Fine Photos 1943 Signed Autograph I Can Hardly Wait Movie Scene
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Three Stooges Moe Howard Curly Howard Larry Fine Photos 1943 Signed Autograph "I Can Hardly Wait" Movie Scene
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Three Stooges Moe Howard Curly Howard Larry Fine Photos 1943 Signed Autograph I Can Hardly Wait Movie SceneThree Stooges Moe Howard Curly Howard Larry Fine Photos 1943 Signed Autograph I Can Hardly Wait Movie SceneThree Stooges Moe Howard Curly Howard Larry Fine Photos 1943 Signed Autograph I Can Hardly Wait Movie SceneThree Stooges Moe Howard Curly Howard Larry Fine Photos 1943 Signed Autograph I Can Hardly Wait Movie SceneThree Stooges Moe Howard Curly Howard Larry Fine Photos 1943 Signed Autograph I Can Hardly Wait Movie SceneThree Stooges Moe Howard Curly Howard Larry Fine Photos 1943 Signed Autograph I Can Hardly Wait Movie SceneThree Stooges Moe Howard Curly Howard Larry Fine Photos 1943 Signed Autograph I Can Hardly Wait Movie SceneThree Stooges Moe Howard Curly Howard Larry Fine Photos 1943 Signed Autograph I Can Hardly Wait Movie Scene
This item is an 8" X 10", black and white photo of The Three Stooges in a scene from the 1934 film-"I Can Hardly Wait"..............THIS PHOTO HAS BEEN SIGNED BY MOE HOWARD, CURLY HOWARD AND LARRY FINE WITH FOUNTAIN PENS IN BLACK TO THREE SMARTLY MOUNTED SIGNATURE SLIPS ON THE FRONT OF THE PHOTO. THE SIGNATURE SLIPS MEASURE APPROXIMATELY 1" X 3"........................."I Can Hardly Wait" is a 1943 short subject directed by Jules White starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). It is the 73rd entry in the series released by Columbia Pictures starring the comedians, who released 190 shorts for the studio between 1934 and 1959. "I Can Hardly Wait" was filmed on March 15–18, 1943. It is a remake of the 1928 Laurel and Hardy silent short film Leave 'Em Laughing. The film title is officially listed with quotation marks (as "I Can Hardly Wait"), as it represents a phrase Curly repeats throughout the film. The first two malapropistic lines of Curly’s song ("She was bred (bread) in Old Kentucky/But She's only a crumb up here") is also the name of the song the Stooges performed as “Nill, Null, and Void” in the film Loco Boy Makes Good.As "I Can Hardly Wait" was filmed during World War II, it contains references to wartime activities and propaganda, such as the Stooges working on fighter planes as defense workers and Moe’s reasoning for the dentist to have Curly’s broken tooth removed: “Listen, doc, we're defense workers. If you wanna cut down on absenteeism, yank this guy’s tooth! He won’t let us sleep, he’s sabotaging the war effort!” DVD Talk critic Stuart Galbraith IV noted the beginnings of Curly Howard's physical decline, observing that "his pupils lack their usual wild-eyed luster — and his moans of agony are painful instead of funny.".............................THIS PHOTO HAS BEEN SIGNED BY MOE HOWARD, CURLY HOWARD AND LARRY FINE WITH FOUNTAIN PENS IN BLACK TO THREE SMARTLY MOUNTED SIGNATURE SLIPS ON THE FRONT OF THE PHOTO. THE SIGNATURE SLIPS MEASURE APPROXIMATELY 1" X 3"........................BOTH PHOTO AND AUTOGRAPHS ARE IN GOOD CONDITION.