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Curly Howard [1]


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Born:October 22, 1903
Died:January 18, 1952 (48)
Filmography Rating:6.00 / 10
IMDB Rating:7.70 / 10
Amazon Rating:NA / 5
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
Disorder in the Court [1936](33) => Curly (as Curly)

Trivia that mentions this person:
Disorder in the Court [1936]
  • Curly Howard's "raise your right hand" scene was borrowed nearly verbatim from Buster Keaton's Sidewalks of New York (directed by Stooge veteran Jules White).
  • [?] Sol Horowitz and [?] Jenny Horwitz, the parents of Moe Howard and Curly Howard, make uncredited appearances in this film as front-row members of the court audience.
  • This was the first [Three Stooges] short where Curly Howard's name is spelled "Curly" instead of "Curley" on the intro of the Three Stooges shorts.
    Malice in the Palace [1949]
  • Larry Fine's autobiography contains a photograph of Curly Howard as a chef in a deleted scene from this film. Curly had suffered a stroke a few years earlier and had left the act. He had clearly lost weight, and his face was disguised with a huge handlebar mustache.