The Three Stooges explores the filming locations of one of the most popular comedy teams in cinema history. This book documents the setting of The Three Stooge's most famous Columbia Pictures short films made in and around Hollywood between 1934 and 1958. These famous and hilarious shorts are covered in detail through a wealth of archival photographs, many of which are rare and previously unpublished. Also includes interviews with supporting actors, directors, family and friends of the acting troupe, as well as candid shots, publicity stills, aerial views and maps.
Jim Pauley is a recognized expert on the Three Stooges filming locations, having written articles on the subject since 2001 for the Three Stooges Journal, a publication by the Three Stooges Fan Club. Pauley has also presented on this topic at the Hollywood Heritage Museum and the Stoogeum, a Three Stooges museum in Pennsylvania. Pauley lives in Philadelphia. Leonard Maltin is a film critic, film historian, and the film correspondent for Entertainment Tonight. He lives in Los Angeles.