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A Fan site dedicated to the most naturally funny of the Stooges.

I have decided to launch this website after 20+ years of collecting Three Stooges memorabilia.  In that time, I developed a huge appreciation and affection for Shemp.  He has been called "the most naturally funny of all of the Stooges".  This distinction was given to him because he pretty much just had to walk on camera to be funny.  From his repertoire of characters including the hilarious "near sighted man" to his somewhat biographic "multi-phobic man", he has been enjoyed for over 70 years.  Although Shemp almost exclusively played humorous roles, his first solo feature appearance in 1935's "Convention Girl", gave us an excellent glimpse into his acting ability.  In Convention Girl, Shemp skillfully played "the heavy", actually shooting one of the main characters at the end of the film.  One of the key reasons for my affection for Shemp is the fact that although he may have been a "Stooge" on screen, he was in fact a true gentleman, and a really nice guy.
This site is starting out as somewhat a gallery of Shemp related images.  It will grow in content as time goes by.
 I hope you enjoy my small tribute to this comedic gem.  
Shemp in a 1930 portrait  
Feel free to email "" if you are interested in owning any Stooges/Shemp original memorabilia.

This site contains many images that may be copyrighted by third parties. claims no ownership or rights over these copyrighted images.  All content is provided for the education and awareness of our visitors. is a non-profit fan site.  The usage of any copyrighted material should be considered "fair use" in accordance with Section 107 (Title 17) of US Copyright Law.
 In most cases, images are "watermarked" with "", to prevent unauthorized use.  Although my decision to watermark most images will upset some people, my key reason for doing this is to prevent fueling the online auction community with reproduction prints (something I find personally annoying).
"The Three Stooges" is a trademark of Comedy III Productions.  "Shemp Howard" is a trademark of the estate of Shemp Howard