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THREE STOOGES (LARRY FINE) - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 250851

THE THREE STOOGES: LARRY FINE Fine signs a small 5x3½ black and white publicity photograph Inscribed photograph signed: "To/Jack/Sincerely/Larry". B/w, 5x3½ overall, image 4½x3 (one surface). Photograph of a photograph of Larry, Moe and Curly. Moe and Curly not signing.

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Condition: lightly creased, otherwise fine condition
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THE THREE STOOGES: LARRY FINE
Fine signs a small 5x3½ black and white publicity photograph
Inscribed photograph signed: "To/Jack/Sincerely/Larry". B/w, 5x3½ overall, image 4½x3 (one surface). Photograph of a photograph of Larry, Moe and Curly. Moe and Curly not signing. MOE HOWARD (1897-1975), born Moses Horwitz, and his brother, SHEMP (1895-1955), born Samuel Horwitz, along with LARRY FINE (1902-1975), born Louis Feinberg, who joined Moe and Shemp in 1925, were the original members of The Three Stooges. Following their success on vaudeville, the zany slapstick comedians appeared in several Broadway revues and in the film Soup to Nuts (1930). Fine, the "middle" Stooge with the receding hairline and bushy unkempt hair, was not as dominating as Moe or as distinctive as Shemp (Shemp's replacements, notably Curly), but his relative normality allowed him to play the necessary straight man to the other Stooges. Because of their popularity from the release of their old "shorts" on television, the Stooges later returned to feature films. Larry also wrote a book, Stroke of Luck, about his career with the Three Stooges. Lightly creased at upper left corner. Ink lightly smudged (all words legible). Fine condition.

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