Three Stooges: 75th Anniversary

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/11/2011
  • UPC: 628261033997
  • Source: Madacy Home Video
  • Presentation: Special Edition
  • Time: 4:25:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 38,777

Scene Index

Disc #3 -- The Three Stooges: 75th Anniversary Collection
1. Intro [:32]
2. Hit The Road [3:53]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- The Three Stooges: 75th Anniversary Collection
   Disorder In The Court
   Brideless Groom
   Malice In The Palace
   Sing A Song Of Six Pants
Disc #2 -- The Three Stooges: 75th Anniversary Collection
   Special Features
      Biography
      Cartoons
      Interviews
      Clips
      Photo Gallery
      Screensaver
Disc #3 -- The Three Stooges: 75th Anniversary Collection
   Play Movie
   Scene Selection
      Going Fishing
      Yellowstone Park
      Red Fisher Lake
      Idaho/ End Credits
   Special Features
      Jerks Of All Trades
      Biography
      Interviews
      Cartoons
      Clips
      Photo Gallery
      Screen Saver
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Reissue of a disappointing collection. Garbage.

    To dispel any misunderstanding or confusion... this so-called 75th Anniversary dvd set DOES NOT INCLUDE, and has NOTHING to do with the 2003 NBC television tribute special hosted by Woody Harrelson. This is a 3-disc reissue of 2002's 75th Anniversary 2-disc edition from Madacy and C3 Entertainment. My review of that earlier collection follows, with these additional notes/warnings to this updated edtion... - Disc 1 is unchanged, with 4 public domain Columbia shorts transferred from mediocre 16mm dupe prints. - Disc 2 contains the same bonus features as the earlier edition. - Disc 3 is a new addition, with 1970's TV pilot special KOOK'S TOUR. Previously licensed to Anchor Bay Entertainment, rights owner C3 Entertainment has transferred home video distribution rights to this film to Madacy... the Super8mm source material is unfortunately/inherently bad for both, but this Madacy version is further degraded with digital pixelation problems. - All bonus features on Disc 3 DUPLICATE the content of Disc 2!!! Review from 2003... With the title 'Three Stooges 75th Anniversary Collectors Edition,' and a very nice packaging presentation, you may have expectations of a wide selection of the comedy team's best work, or even some rarities. But... it's a collection of public domain material, much available since the dawn of home video on many tape and disc offerings from numerous distributors. You'll find the four pd Columbia shorts, DISORDER IN THE COURT (1936), SING A SONG OF SIX PANTS (1947), BRIDELESS GROOM (1947) and MALICE IN THE PALACE (1949), plus a handful of NEW 3 STOOGES (1965) cartoons. Original material is limited to a 10 minute video of hellos & introductions from Stooge family members taped at a 1998 convention in CA, plus some brief hosting segments by a Curly-impersonator. Visual quality of the shorts and cartoons is lacking, dark and non-contrasty. The cartoons have been ''split up,'' i.e., the live-action segments are under one menu, & the animated segments under a separate menu the return to each menu contains annoying freeze frames that cut off approx. the last second of film, rather than seamless segues. p From the perspective of a low price, maybe you'll feel you got what you paid for. But if you're looking for a collection worthy of the label '75th Anniversary,' you will be very disappointed. Definitely not recommended!

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    Posted May 17, 2009

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