Definition of Three Stooges in English:

Three Stooges

Syllabification: Three Stoog·es
A US comedy team, comprising various partners from the early 1930s to 1970. The most popular trio (1934–46) were Moe Howard (born Moses Horwitz) ( 1897–1975), Curly Howard (Moe’s brother; born Jerome Lester Horwitz) ( 1903–52), and Larry Fine (born Louis Feinberg) ( 1902–75). The Stooges' nearly 200 movie shorts include Men in Black (1934), Hold That Lion! (1947), and Quiz Whizz (1958).

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