These guys are really hard to draw! They are so unique and have too many interesting subtleties, not only in their physical features, but in their personalities. It's murder trying to cram them all in and still get a likeness.
Ask the competition how hard it is to get likenesses:
When I showed the owners of the 3 Stooges drawings like this they said: "Why is Moe punching Larry? How come you draw him mean? Moe's not mean. He's just....frustrated."
Jim Smith StudiesExcuse the rain damage.
I think the 3 Stooges made the funniest films in history. They are the perfect combination of comedic acting, timing, slapstick and cartoon gags. They never cheat you with filler and insincere pathos either. It's the most honest comedy you'lll find anywhere. They give your money's worth.
They have rereleased all their films (plus some lost ones!) in chronological order.
That's good news and bad news. The picture looks great, but the sound has been "remastered" till it's hardly there any more. You have to turn up the volume on your set all the way and still you are straining to hear the voices and sound effects that were perfectly clear on TV and video tapes just a few years ago. Why do they do this? The old cartoons have lousy sound on DVDs too. Each new release has thinner and thinner sound. Does anyone have an explanation for what they are doing? And why they hire deaf people to remix sound?
This volume (3) has one of the craziest, fastest Stooges films of all time! "Cactus Makes Perfect". It's more cartoony than most cartoons and has the funniest shaving scene ever.
Bonus Kissable Larry