Blu-ray, DVD Release: Stooge O-Rama: The Men Behind the Mayhem–And Even More Mayhem!

Blu-ray Release Date: Available now
Price: Blu-ray $42.99, DVD $34.99
Studio: MVD Visual

The Three Stooges have been entertaining fans with their riotous brand of eye-gouging, face slapping, and head bopping insanity for nearly 100 years! Now, Cinemuseum LLC and Kit Parker Films offer fans of the Amalgamated Morons a chance to revisit the Golden Age of Stoogery with Stooge O-rama, a new 3-Disc collection of archival rarities.

Whether you’re a lifelong Stoogephile, or just a casual knucklehead, you are sure to find something to love about this comprehensive tribute to America’s most beloved madcaps: Moe, Larry, Curly, Shemp, Joe, and Curly Joe – The Three Stooges!

Over 8 hours of material, including unreleased outtakes, color home movies, rare television appearances and commercials, theatrical trailers, unseen archival interview footage, forgotten audio recordings from live stooge appearances, family photo galleries, and much more new-to-home-video fun!


  • Brand new presentation of the award-winning documentary program STOOGES: THE MEN BEHIND THE MAYHEM, with new introduction by Curly Howard’s real-life grandson, Bradley Server
  • Extended interviews with Lyla Fine Budnick (Larry Fine’s sister), Nate Budnick (Stooges stage show sound man), Billy West, Lola Jensen and more!
  • Unaired Commercial Bumps (1992)
  • Photo Galleries: Lyla Fine Personal Scrapbook & Stooge Memorabilia
  • Fox Movietone News – Sound newsreel outtakes featuring the earliest known film footage of Moe & Shemp Howard (Aug 6, 1929)
  • Stooge Home Movies – Ultra rare B&W / color snippets of the Stooges at work and play (1920s – 1960s)
  • Everybody Likes Music (March 9, 1934) Long unavailable Shemp Howard Van Beuren short
  • Surprise, Surprise (October 31, 1937) Lost theatrical featurette, with Moe, Larry & Curly, promoting their Pillsbury Projector toy giveaway.
  • Ed Wynn Camel Comedy Caravan – Complete TV Kinescope (March 11, 1950)
  • Andy Wade’s California Home Movies (July 1956) Home movie reel featuring color footage of Moe, Larry & Joe Besser clowning at Columbia Pictures, the last known footage Stan Laurel & Oliver Hardy and more!
  • On The Go (April 15, 1960) The complete TV interview with Moe, Larry & Curly Joe DeRita
  • Strictly For Laffs (July 1, 1962) – Complete TV Pilot featuring Moe Howard.
  • Star Spangled Salesman (Feb 9, 1968) Government PSA for Savings Bonds
  • Kook’s Tour Outtakes (Dec 7, 1969) Unseen color outtakes from their final film!
  • Joe DeRita Interview (1976) Sound home movie footage with historian Randy Skretvedt
  • The Funniest Guys in The World – Documentary Outtake Reel (1983) Director Mark Gilman’s interview outtakes and workprint featuring Ted Healy’s replacement stooges Paul “Mousie” Garner, Jack Wolf & Dick Hakins
  • Mousie – Live at the 3 Stooges Convention (1994)
  • Commercial and promotional spots: Instant Simonize (March 15, 1960), Don Lamond – KTTV TV-11 Los Angeles (1961), Mr. Poplolly – Cartoonerville Trolley promo – WJZ TV-13 Baltimore (circa 1961), 2 Dickie’s Work Clothes spots (March 31, 1969), Stroke of Luck Book spot feat Larry Fine (Nov 1, 1973), Three Stooges Tee-Shirt spot featuring Larry Fine (June 1, 1974) and more!
  • Movie Trailers and Coming Attractions
  • Archival Audio Recordings
  • “No Census, No Feeling” – Modern short subject featuring comedians Shwartzy and Pagana, and Curly G
  • Curly G Meets Shemp’s great granddaughter Chandler Isaac
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About Laurence

Founder and editor Laurence Lerman saw Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest when he was 13 years old and that’s all it took. He has been writing about film and video for more than a quarter of a century for magazines, anthologies, websites and most recently, Video Business magazine, where he served as the Reviews Editor for 15 years.