Throughout their career, The Three Stooges filmed numerous cameos.

Turn Back the Clock[edit | edit source]

The Stooges appear uncredited as wedding singers.

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Dancing Lady[edit | edit source]

Ted Healy and his Stooges have a brief part in the film as a stage crew, cleaning up the act.

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Hollywood Party[edit | edit source]

Ted Healy and his Stooges appear as photographers hoping to get photos and autographs of the celebrities attending the party, with a funny scene where three professors argue over the Stooges' proper place in the evolutionary ladder.

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The Captain Hates the Sea[edit | edit source]

The Stooges make a brief appearance as the ship's orchestra.

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Start Cheering[edit | edit source]

The Stooges appear as campus firemen in this film.

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My Sister Eileen[edit | edit source]

The Stooges appear as construction workers at the film's conclusion.

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It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World[edit | edit source]

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The Stooges make a cameo as airport firemen, relating back to their first feature film, Soup to Nuts. Former Stooge Joe Besser was originally offered the role of Irvin the Garage Mechanic but then the role went to Marvin Kaplan.

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4 for Texas[edit | edit source]

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The Stooges make a brief appearance as inept delivery men, who get into trouble with two elderly ladies, who are protesting the delivery of a nude painting to the riverboat lounge. Moe, Larry, and Curly Joe perform "Point to the Right" and "He's from Texas" routines.

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