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Have Rocket, Will Travel
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Directed by David Lowell Rich
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'''''Have Rocket, Will Travel''''' was the first starring feature film with [[The Three Stooges]]. By this time, the trio consisted of [[Moe Howard]], [[Larry Fine]], and [[Curly Joe DeRita]]. Released by [[Columbia Pictures]], the feature was produced to capitalize on the comedy trio's 1959 resurgence in popularity.
Produced by Harry A. Romm
 
Written by Raphael Hayes
 
Starring Moe Howard
 
Larry Fine
 
Joe DeRita
 
Anna-Lisa
 
Robert Colbert
 
Jerome Cowan
 
Don Lamond
 
Robert Stevenson
 
Music by Mischa Bakaleinikoff
 
Cinematography Ray Cory
 
Editing by Danny B. Landres
 
Distributed by Columbia Pictures Corporation
 
Release date(s) August 1, 1959
 
Running time 76' 14"
 
Country United States
 
Language English
 
Preceded by Sappy Bull Fighters
 
Followed by Stop, Look and Laugh
 
   
Have Rocket, Will Travel was the first starring feature film with The Three Stooges. By this time, the trio consisted of Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Curly Joe DeRita. Released by Columbia Pictures, the feature was produced to capitalize on the comedy trio's 1959 resurgence in popularity.
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==Plot==
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The Stooges are janitors working at a space center who accidentally blast off to Venus. They encounter a talking unicorn, a giant fire-breathing tarantula, and an alien computer who has destroyed all human life on the planet and creates three evil robot twins of the Stooges (the copies turn out to be just as dumb as the orginials). When the boys return home triumphant, they are given a hero's welcome. At a party in their honor, the Stooges manage to create chaos; at the party, the robots attack the guests while the Stooges and their unicorn friend escape. At the end, the Stooges sing a song while riding a rocket through space-and the other two Stooges hit Moe with cream pies.
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==Notes==
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The space travel theme of ''Have Rocket, Will Travel'' was quite prevalent in the late 1950s. The Stooges had already filmed several shorts for Columbia revolving around this theme (''[[Space Ship Sappy]]'', ''[[Outer Space Jitters]]'', ''[[Flying Saucer Daffy]]''). They followed up with yet another space entry in 1962 for ''[[The Three Stooges in Orbit]]''.
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* 4 Primary cast
 
* 5 References
 
* 6 External links
 
   
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==Cast==
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*Moe Howard: Moe
The Stooges are janitors working at a space center who accidentally blast off to Venus. They encounter a talking unicorn, a giant fire breathing tarantula, and an alien computer who has destroyed all human life on the planet and creates three evil twins of the Stooges. When the boys return home triumphant, they are given a hero's welcome.
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*Larry Fine: Larry
[edit] Space travel craze
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*Joe DeRita: Curly-Joe
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*Jerome Cowan: Mr. Morse
The space travel theme of Have Rocket, Will Travel was quite prevalent in the late 1950s. The Stooges had already filmed several shorts for Columbia revolving around this theme (Space Ship Sappy, Outer Space Jitters, Flying Saucer Daffy). They followed up with yet another space entry in 1962 for The Three Stooges in Orbit.
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*Anna-Lisa: Dr. Ingrid Naarveg
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*Robert Colbert: Dr. Ted Benson
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*Don Lamond: The Venusian Robot/Reporter/Narrator
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*Robert Stevenson: Voice of The Thingtz
Cast
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[[Category:Feature films]]
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[[Category:1959]]
* Moe Howard: Moe
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[[Category:Columbia]]
* Larry Fine: Larry
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[[Category:Moe, Larry, Curly Joe]]
* Joe DeRita: Curly-Joe
 
* Jerome Cowan: Mr. Morse
 
* Anna-Lisa: Dr. Ingrid Naarveg
 
* Robert Colbert: Dr. Ted Benson
 
* Don Lamond: The Venusian Robot/Reporter/Narrator
 
* Robert Stevenson: Voice of The Thingtz
 

Latest revision as of 23:09, May 16, 2020

Have Rocket, Will Travel was the first starring feature film with The Three Stooges. By this time, the trio consisted of Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Curly Joe DeRita. Released by Columbia Pictures, the feature was produced to capitalize on the comedy trio's 1959 resurgence in popularity.

PlotEdit

The Stooges are janitors working at a space center who accidentally blast off to Venus. They encounter a talking unicorn, a giant fire-breathing tarantula, and an alien computer who has destroyed all human life on the planet and creates three evil robot twins of the Stooges (the copies turn out to be just as dumb as the orginials). When the boys return home triumphant, they are given a hero's welcome. At a party in their honor, the Stooges manage to create chaos; at the party, the robots attack the guests while the Stooges and their unicorn friend escape. At the end, the Stooges sing a song while riding a rocket through space-and the other two Stooges hit Moe with cream pies.

NotesEdit

The space travel theme of Have Rocket, Will Travel was quite prevalent in the late 1950s. The Stooges had already filmed several shorts for Columbia revolving around this theme (Space Ship Sappy, Outer Space Jitters, Flying Saucer Daffy). They followed up with yet another space entry in 1962 for The Three Stooges in Orbit.

CastEdit

  • Moe Howard: Moe
  • Larry Fine: Larry
  • Joe DeRita: Curly-Joe
  • Jerome Cowan: Mr. Morse
  • Anna-Lisa: Dr. Ingrid Naarveg
  • Robert Colbert: Dr. Ted Benson
  • Don Lamond: The Venusian Robot/Reporter/Narrator
  • Robert Stevenson: Voice of The Thingtz
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