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Short Info

Date Of BirthJune 19, 1897
DiedMay 4, 1975, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, United States
SpouseHelen Schonberger
MarkHe always played the "Boss Stooge", ordering around the others, insulting them and slapping them around and worse when they goofed up, which was often.
FactDetermined to get into movies, Moe (then going by his middle name, Harry) went to the Brooklyn-based American Vitagraph studios in May 1909, and volunteered to run errands for the stars and crews without charging for the service. This impressed Maurice Costello, who brought Moe inside and introduced him to the company. He was soon appearing in dramas with Costello and comedies with John Bunny and Flora Finch. At first, he did not tell his family about his movie work. But when they thought he was losing his mind because he was acting like his characters at home, he told them about his extracurricular activities. Most of his films from this period were lost when the Vitagraph film library burned on July 2, 1910.
PaymentsEarned $1,000 (split with Curly Howard and Larry Fine) from Woman Haters (1934)

Moses Harry Horwitz, better known by his stage name Moe Howard, was an American actor and comedian, best known as the de facto leader of the Three Stooges, the farce comedy team who appeared in motion pictures and television for four decades. That group originally consisted of Moe and his younger brothers Shemp and Curly. When Shemp left the act in 1932, he was replaced by his brother, Jerome “Curly Joe” DeRita. Moe’s distinctive hairstyle came about when he accidentally got a haircut like that of a city worker while working on the set of a film.

Moe was born on June 19, 1897, in the Brooklyn borough of New York City, to Jennie (née Gottlieb) and Solomon Horwitz. His parents were Jewish immigrants from Minsk in the Russian Empire (now Belarus). He had two younger brothers, Shemp Howard and Curly Howard, and a younger sister, Jean Horwitz. The family lived in Brooklyn at 329 Dumont Avenue. Moe’s father Solomon was a garment worker and later a tailor, and his mother Jennie was a homemaker.

Moe dropped out of school at age 14 to work with his father in the garment industry as a buttonhole maker and presser. He later worked as an errand boy for a local butcher. He also worked as a newspaper delivery boy for the New York World. When he was 18, he started working in vaudeville as a stooge for his older brother Shemp, who was part of Howard & Lewis. Moe appeared in his first film, Soup to Nuts (1930), with The Three Stooges appearing in supporting roles behind Ted Healy.

In 1932, Ted Healy and His Stooges (consisting of Moe, Larry Fine, and Curly Howard) appeared in their first Hollywood feature film, Soup to Nuts. Healy’s act broke up in 1934, but Howard & Fine continued to tour the country as The Three Stooges. The Stooges signed with Columbia Pictures in 1934 to make shorts. Their first Columbia film was Woman Haters (1934), which introduced Curly Howard to movie audiences.

The Three Stooges made 190 shorts for Columbia between 1934 and 1946. They also appeared in six features during that time: Mutts to You (1938), You Nazty Spy! (1940), In the Sweet Pie and Pie (1941), I’ll Never Heil Again (1941), Hit the Ice (1943), and Rockin’ in the Rockies (1943). In 1946, they left Columbia and signed with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer to make feature films. The first film they made for MGM was Soup to Nuts (1930), which was also their last film for that studio.

The Three Stooges made a total of 97 shorts and six features between 1934 and 1959. They also made four guest appearances on television shows and three cameo appearances in other films during that time. Moe retired from acting in May 1970 after suffering a stroke. He died on May 4, 1975, at the age of 77.

Moe had a net worth of $3 million at the time of his death. He earned a salary of $1,000 per week as a member of The Three Stooges. He also earned royalties from the reruns of The Three Stooges shorts, which were shown on television. Moe was married to Helen Schonberger from 1928 until her death in 1966. They had two children: Joan Howard Maurer and Paul Howard. Moe’s grandson Jon Maurer is also an actor.

General Info

Full NameMoe Howard
Date Of BirthJune 19, 1897
DiedMay 4, 1975, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, United States
Height1.63 m
ProfessionScreenwriter, Comedian, Actor
EducationErasmus Hall High School


SpouseHelen Schonberger
ChildrenJoan Howard Maurer, Paul Howard, Patricia Howard
ParentsSol Horowitz, Jennie Gorovitz
SiblingsCurly Howard, Shemp Howard, Irving Horowitz, Jack Horowitz


Music GroupsThe Three Stooges
MoviesSoup to Nuts, Malice in the Palace, Half-Wits Holiday, The Three Stooges Meet Hercules, Hoi Polloi, Kook's Tour, Jerks of All Trades, The Outlaws Is Coming, Men in Black, Disorder in the Court, Hold That Lion!, Punch Drunks, Three Little Pigskins, Gold Raiders, They Stooge to Conga, You Nazty Spy!, ...
TV ShowsThe New Three Stooges, The Three Stooges

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#Marks / Signs
1Bowl haircut, scarred nose and angry scowl
2He always played the "Boss Stooge", ordering around the others, insulting them and slapping them around and worse when they goofed up, which was often.


The Three Stooges in Orbit (1962)$50,000 +50% of profits (split with Larry Fine and Joe Da Rita)
Have Rocket -- Will Travel (1959)$30,000 +25% of profits (split with Larry Fine and Joe Da Rita)
Woman Haters (1934)$1,000 (split with Curly Howard and Larry Fine)


1[on his former boss, mentor and friend, actor/comedian Ted Healy, who died under mysterious circumstances (according to one theory, after a drunken argument) while in his early 40s] When sober, Ted was the essence of refinement; when under the influence, he became a foul-mouthed, vicious character. Liquor had killed his father and uncle and destroyed his sister's life. When Ted was young, I remember that he made a pledge never to touch liquor, after having seen the consequences of its effects on his family. The strain of his life in show business got him started, and once he started drinking, he was never able to stop.
2[to complaints about The Three Stooges' violent slapstick comedy] We're not nearly as violent as the Westerns.


1His great-granddaughter Caroline has a small role in The Three Stooges (2012).
2He died five days before Chris Diamantopoulos, who plays 'Moe' in The Three Stooges (2012), was born.
3At the time their mother, Jennie Horwitz, died in 1936, he and brother Shemp Howard had been keeping secret from her that her son, Irving Horwitz, whom she doted on the most, had died three weeks before she did.
4In contrast to his rough exterior Stooge persona he played, who was always bullying and assaulting Curly Howard, in real life he was very protective of Curly, taught him how to play the ukulele, and in letters home to his younger brother always signed them "Your loving brother Moe".
5Quit vaudeville after getting married and joined his mother's real estate business. He would hire friends as subcontractors to build houses, but unfortunately they built houses that were too expensive for the neighborhood they were in, and he went broke in real estate. His mother, Jennie Horwitz, maintained a successful real estate business for over 40 years but also went bankrupt during the Great Depression; so Moe had to convince her to move from New York to California to be with them.
6Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard were awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1560 Vine Street in Hollywood, California.
7During the production of Pardon My Scotch (1935), he accidentally broke three ribs when the table he was standing on, which was rigged to split in half on cue, split incorrectly. The take that caused the injuries remains in the film, and was later reused in the short Dizzy Detectives (1943).
8In the 23 years The Three Stooges worked for Columbia Pictures, they were never completely aware of how popular or how financially successful they were. It was only after the group stopped making shorts that Moe discovered how much more money the act could have earned.
9Right after The Three Stooges' breakup with Ted Healy, Moe signed a contract with Columbia Pictures. Unknown to him, Larry Fine had signed with Carl Laemmle at Universal Pictures. The next morning, Moe asked to see Columbia boss Harry Cohn and explained the situation to him. Cohn called up his legal department, which called up Universal's legal department to check the date and time of the contract signing. According to Moe, Cohn hung up the phone and said, "You boys belong to Columbia.".
10In addition to himself, Moe also supplied the voices for other characters on the animated series The New 3 Stooges (1965). For example, in "A Flycycle Built for Two", he also was the voice of Orville Wright.
11Got the idea for the notorious Stooge gag of eye-gouging one day when, during a game of bridge, Shemp Howard leaned over and poked Larry Fine in the eyes for not playing well. The result: Larry cried, Shemp apologized, Moe laughed until he fell out of his chair and walked through a glass door. He considered the eye-gouge the funniest thing he'd ever seen and decided to use it in their act.
12Sold frogs in saloons when he was a child to pay for his fares when he skipped school and instead went to the theater.
13When he and brother Shemp Howard put on shows for families and friends as children, they used younger brother Curly Howard in female roles. Curly, at seven, had trouble remembering his lines so Moe made cue cards on adhesive tape and stuck them to his forehead for Curly to read.
14The Stooges' contract with Columbia gave the studio the right to use their likenesses in perpetuity. This means that no one else can legally use the Stooges' likenesses in any form of media without the studio's permission.
15Most of his investments were in real estate.
16Skinned his nose in a fall down the stairs of his home as a child. His nose was rebuilt by a doctor, but when the doctor turned out to be a phony, he had to have his nose rebuilt all over again by another doctor, whom his mother paid by giving him some of her old copper pots.
17He was very protective of his younger brother Curly Howard, who was in reality quite shy and not known to stand up for himself.
18His famous "bowl" haircut came by accident. As a child, his mother always wanted a girl, and with Moe being the youngest at the time, she would play dress-up with him, putting him in dresses and bologna curling his long hair. One day, after being picked on for months in school, he and some friends hid in the shed, and he chopped all of the hair off, using a bowl as a guide. After doing so, he was so afraid to face his mother, he hid for hours. Finally coming out, after seeing his hair, she cried out that she was so happy he did so, simply because she couldn't bring herself to. His hair stuck with him all his life.
19According to Moe, in sixty years, he never missed a performance.
20Son of Sol Horwitz.
21Moe was the business-minded one of the group. He knew that Curly liked to spend his money on partying and women, and Larry liked to spend his at the racetrack. So, he drew up an agreement where Larry and Curly turned over a certain percentage of their salaries to him. He, in turn, invested it for them. The result was that, while Larry and Curly were not as wealthy as Moe was (he invested far more of his own money and was quite well off), he ensured that their spendthrift habits did not result in their being broke when their careers ended.
22Had two older brothers: Jack Horwitz and Irving Horwitz.
23When The Three Stooges shorts began to appear on local children's shows in the late 1950s, there was a wave of kids poking each other in the eyes. When Moe heard about this, it was the Stooges who came to the rescue. They went on many local television shows, as well as national television, and showed how the eye-pokes were done in a way that nobody got hurt. To the kids watching, it was like learning a magic trick.
24In contrast to his roughneck public persona, Moe was, in private life, a quiet, dedicated family man, whose hobbies included reading, playing bridge and making hooked rugs. The only one of the Stooges who really understood the value of a dollar, investments during his salad days left him a wealthy man at the time of his death.
25Grandfather of Jeffrey Scott and Michael Maurer.
26Father-in-law of Norman Maurer, with whom he was partnered in Normandie Productions.
27Was working on his autobiography when he died. Its working title was "I Stooge to Conquer"; it was published posthumously as "Moe Howard and the Three Stooges".
28Brother of actors Curly Howard and Shemp Howard.
29He, Emil Sitka and Joe DeRita ("Curly Joe") were slated to appear in the R-rated comedy film "The Jet Set" (eventually retitled Blazing Stewardesses (1975)). However, because he was suffering from lung cancer, Moe was forced to drop out of the film. The Ritz Brothers replaced Moe, Sitka and DeRita.
30Father of Joan Howard and Paul Howard.
31His wife, Helen Schonberger, was a cousin of Harry Houdini.
32Moe had a legal agreement with his fellow Stooges stating that he reserved the right to choose Stooge replacements (Curly Howard was replaced by Shemp Howard; Shemp was replaced by Joe Besser; Joe was replaced by Joe DeRita).
33Following his death, he was interred at Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery in Culver City, California.
34Determined to get into movies, Moe (then going by his middle name, Harry) went to the Brooklyn-based American Vitagraph studios in May 1909, and volunteered to run errands for the stars and crews without charging for the service. This impressed Maurice Costello, who brought Moe inside and introduced him to the company. He was soon appearing in dramas with Costello and comedies with John Bunny and Flora Finch. At first, he did not tell his family about his movie work. But when they thought he was losing his mind because he was acting like his characters at home, he told them about his extracurricular activities. Most of his films from this period were lost when the Vitagraph film library burned on July 2, 1910.
35Original member of The Three Stooges.




Three Hams on Rye1950ShortMoe (as Moe)
Self Made Maids1950ShortMoe Moella (as Moe)
Love at First Bite1950ShortMoe (as Moe)
The Ed Wynn Show1950TV SeriesMr. C
Dopey Dicks1950ShortMoe (as Moe)
Hugs and Mugs1950ShortMoe (as Moe)
Punchy Cowpunchers1950ShortMoe (as Moe)
Dunked in the Deep1949ShortMoe / Radio Announcer (as Moe)
Jerks of All Trades1949TV MovieMoe (as The Three Stooges)
Vagabond Loafers1949ShortMoe (as Moe)
Malice in the Palace1949ShortMoe (as Moe)
Fuelin' Around1949ShortMoe (as Moe)
Hokus Pokus1949ShortMoe (as Moe)
Who Done It?1949ShortMoe (as Moe)
The Ghost Talks1949ShortMoe (as Moe)
The Morey Amsterdam Show1948TV SeriesMember - The Three Stooges
Crime on Their Hands1948ShortMoe (as Moe)
Mummy's Dummies1948ShortMoe (as Moe)
I'm a Monkey's Uncle1948ShortMoe (as Moe)
Heavenly Daze1948ShortMoe / Uncle Mortimer (as Moe)
The Hot Scots1948ShortMoe (as Moe)
Fiddlers Three1948ShortMoe (as Moe)
Squareheads of the Round Table1948ShortMoe (as Moe)
Pardon My Clutch1948ShortMoe (as Moe)
Shivering Sherlocks1948ShortMoe Howard (as Moe)
All Gummed Up1947ShortMoe (as Moe)
Sing a Song of Six Pants1947ShortMoe (as Moe)
Brideless Groom1947ShortMoe Howard (as Moe)
Hold That Lion!1947ShortMoe (as Moe)
Out West1947ShortMoe (as Moe)
Fright Night1947ShortMoe (as Moe)
Half-Wits Holiday1947ShortMoe (as Moe)
Three Little Pirates1946ShortMoe (as Moe)
Rhythm and Weep1946ShortMoe (as Moe)
G.I. Wanna Home1946ShortMoe (as Moe)
Three Loan Wolves1946ShortMoe (as Moe)
Monkey Businessmen1946ShortMoe Howard (as Moe)
The Three Troubledoers1946ShortMoe (as Moe)
Uncivil War Birds1946ShortMoe (as Moe)
Swing Parade of 19461946Moe
A Bird in the Head1946ShortMoe (as Moe)
Beer Barrel Polecats1946ShortMoe (as Moe)
Micro-Phonies1945ShortMoe (as Moe)
If a Body Meets a Body1945ShortMoe Pink (as Moe)
Idiots Deluxe1945ShortMoe (as Moe)
Rockin' in the Rockies1945Shorty Williams (Ranch Foreman) (as The Three Stooges)
Booby Dupes1945ShortMoe (as Moe)
Three Pests in a Mess1945ShortMoe (as Moe)
No Dough Boys1944ShortMoe (as Moe)
Gents Without Cents1944ShortMoe (as Moe)
The Yoke's on Me1944ShortMoe (as Moe)
Busy Buddies1944ShortMoe (as Moe)
Crash Goes the Hash1944ShortMoe (as Moe)
A Gem of a Jam1943ShortMoe (as Moe)
Phony Express1943ShortMoe (as Moe)
Idle Roomers1943ShortMoe (as Moe)
Dizzy Pilots1943ShortMoe Wrong (as Moe)
I Can Hardly Wait1943ShortMoe (as Moe)
Higher Than a Kite1943ShortMoe (as Moe)
Three Little Twirps1943ShortMoe (as Moe)
Good Luck, Mr. Yates1943Moe (scenes deleted, as Three Stooges)
Back from the Front1943ShortMoe (as Moe)
Spook Louder1943ShortMoe (as Moe)
Dizzy Detectives1943ShortMoe (as Moe)
They Stooge to Conga1943ShortMoe (as Moe)
Sock-a-Bye Baby1942ShortMoe (as Moe)
My Sister Eileen1942Subway Builder (uncredited)
Even as IOU1942ShortMoe (as Moe)
Three Smart Saps1942ShortMoe (as Moe)
Matri-Phony1942ShortMohicus (as Moe)
What's the Matador?1942ShortMoe (as Moe)
Cactus Makes Perfect1942ShortMoe (as Moe)
Loco Boy Makes Good1942ShortMoe (as Moe)
Some More of Samoa1941ShortMoe (as Moe)
In the Sweet Pie and Pie1941ShortMoe (as Moe)
An Ache in Every Stake1941ShortMoe (as Moe)
I'll Never Heil Again1941ShortMoe Heilstone (as Moe)
Time Out for Rhythm1941Stooge Moe
All the World's a Stooge1941ShortMoe (as Moe)
Dutiful But Dumb1941ShortClick (as Moe)
So Long Mr. Chumps1941ShortMoe (as Moe)
Boobs in Arms1940ShortMoe (as Moe)
Cookoo Cavaliers1940ShortMoe Line (as Moe)
No Census, No Feeling1940ShortMoe (as Moe)
From Nurse to Worse1940ShortMoe / Radio Announcer (as Moe)
How High Is Up?1940ShortMoe (as Moe)
Nutty But Nice1940ShortMoe (as Moe)
A Plumbing We Will Go1940ShortMoe (as Moe)
Rockin' Thru the Rockies1940ShortMoe (as Moe)
You Nazty Spy!1940ShortMoe Hailstone (as Moe)
Three Sappy People1939ShortMoe (as Moe)
Oily to Bed, Oily to Rise1939ShortMoe (as Moe)
Calling All Curs1939ShortDr. Moe (as Moe)
Saved by the Belle1939ShortMoe (as Moe)
Yes, We Have No Bonanza1939ShortMoe (as Moe)
A Ducking They Did Go1939ShortMoe (as Moe)
We Want Our Mummy1939ShortMoe / Radio Announcer (as Moe)
Three Little Sew and Sews1939ShortMoe (as Moe)
Flat Foot Stooges1938ShortMoe (as Moe)
Mutts to You1938ShortMoe (as Moe)
Three Missing Links1938ShortMoe (as Moe)
Violent Is the Word for Curly1938ShortMoe (as Moe)
Healthy, Wealthy and Dumb1938ShortMoe (as Moe)
Tassels in the Air1938ShortMoe (as Moe)
Start Cheering1938Moe - One of the Three Stooges (uncredited)
Wee Wee Monsieur1938ShortMoe (as Moe)
Termites of 19381938ShortMoe (as Moe)
The Sitter Downers1937ShortMoe (as Moe)
Playing the Ponies1937ShortMoe (as Moe)
Cash and Carry1937ShortMoe (as Moe)
Goofs and Saddles1937ShortWild Bill Hicup (as Moe)
Back to the Woods1937ShortMoe (as Moe)
3 Dumb Clucks1937ShortMoe (as Moe)
Dizzy Doctors1937ShortMoe (as Moe)
Grips, Grunts and Groans1937ShortMoe (as Moe)
Slippery Silks1936ShortMoe (as Moe)
Whoops, I'm an Indian!1936ShortMoe (as Moe)
False Alarms1936ShortMoe (as Moe)
A Pain in the Pullman1936ShortMoe (as Moe)
Disorder in the Court1936ShortMoe (as Moe)
Half Shot Shooters1936ShortMoe (as Moe)
Movie Maniacs1936ShortMoe (as Moe)
Ants in the Pantry1936ShortMoe (as Moe)
Three Little Beers1935ShortMoe (as Moe)
Hoi Polloi1935ShortMoe (as Moe)
Pardon My Scotch1935ShortMoe (as Moe)
Uncivil Warriors1935ShortOperator 14 / Captain Dodge (as Moe)
Pop Goes the Easel1935ShortMoe (as Moe)
Restless Knights1935ShortCount of Fife (as Moe)
Horses' Collars1935ShortMoe (as Moe)
Three Little Pigskins1934ShortMoe (as Moe)
The Captain Hates the Sea1934Orchestra saxophonist & violinist (as Three Stooges)
Men in Black1934ShortDr. Moe Howard (as Moe)
Punch Drunks1934ShortMoe (as Moe)
Hollywood Party1934Autograph Seeker (uncredited)
The Big Idea1934ShortHealy's Stooge (as Howard)
Woman Haters1934ShortTom (as Moe)
Hollywood on Parade No. B-91934ShortMoe
Jailbirds of Paradise1934ShortJoe Pantz
Fugitive Lovers1934One of The Three Julians
Give a Man a Job1933ShortThe Exterminator (uncredited)
Myrt and Marge1933Mullins' Helper (as Howard)
Dancing Lady1933Moe - Stagehand
Meet the Baron1933A Stooge
Plane Nuts1933ShortMoe (as Howard)
Hello Pop1933ShortSon (as Howard Fine and Howard)
Broadway to Hollywood1933Otto the Clown (uncredited)
Beer and Pretzels1933ShortMoe (as Howard)
Turn Back the Clock1933Wedding Singer (uncredited)
Nertsery Rhymes1933ShortBoys (as Howard, Fine and Howard)
Soup to Nuts1930Fireman (as Harry Howard)
Spring Fever1919/IIShort
Fish Hooky1910Short
We Must Do Our Best1909ShortBully (as Harry Moses Horwitz)
Doctor Death: Seeker of Souls1973Volunteer in the Audience
Kook's Tour1970Moe (as The Three Stooges)
Star Spangled Salesman1968Documentary shortMoe
Off to See the Wizard1967TV SeriesThree Men in a Tub
Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title1966Crumworth Raines (uncredited)
Danny Thomas Meets the Comics1965TV MovieMoe
The New 3 Stooges1965TV SeriesMoe Peter Panic Moe+ ...
The Outlaws Is Coming1965Moe (as The Three Stooges)
4 for Texas1963Moe (uncredited)
It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World1963Fireman (uncredited)
The Three Stooges Scrapbook1963ShortMoe
The Three Stooges Go Around the World in a Daze1963Moe (as The Three Stooges)
The Three Stooges in Orbit1962Moe (as The Three Stooges)
Strictly for Laffs1962TV MovieMoe
The Three Stooges Meet Hercules1962Moe
Snow White and the Three Stooges1961Moe (as The Three Stooges)
Have Rocket -- Will Travel1959Moe (as The Three Stooges)
Sappy Bull Fighters1959ShortMoe (as Moe)
Triple Crossed1959ShortMoe (as Moe)
The Steve Allen Plymouth Show1959TV SeriesOperating Room Attendant
Three Stooges Fun-O-Rama1959Moe
Oil's Well That Ends Well1958ShortMoe (as Moe)
Flying Saucer Daffy1958ShortMoe (as Moe)
Sweet and Hot1958ShortDr. Hugo Gansamacher / Horace (as Moe)
Pies and Guys1958ShortMoe (as Moe)
Space Master X-71958Retlinger - Cab Driver
Fifi Blows Her Top1958ShortMoe Howard (as Moe)
Quiz Whizz1958ShortMoe (as Moe)
Outer Space Jitters1957ShortMoe / Moe's Son (as Moe)
Rusty Romeos1957ShortMoe (as Moe)
Horsing Around1957ShortMoe (as Moe)
Guns a Poppin!1957ShortMoe
Space Ship Sappy1957ShortMoe (as Moe)
A Merry Mix-up1957ShortMoe / Max / Morris (as Moe)
Muscle Up a Little Closer1957ShortMoe (as Moe)
Hoofs and Goofs1957ShortMoe / Birdie (as Moe)
Commotion on the Ocean1956ShortMoe (as Moe)
Scheming Schemers1956ShortMoe (as Moe)
Hot Stuff1956ShortMoe (as Moe)
Rumpus in the Harem1956ShortMoe (as Moe)
For Crimin' Out Loud1956ShortMoe (as Moe)
Flagpole Jitters1956ShortMoe (as Moe)
Creeps1956ShortMoe / Moe's Son (as Moe)
Husbands Beware1956ShortMoe (as Moe)
Blunder Boys1955ShortHalliday (as Moe)
Hot Ice1955ShortMoe (as Moe)
Wham-Bam-Slam!1955ShortMoe (as Moe)
The Eddie Cantor Comedy Theater1955TV SeriesButch
Stone Age Romeos1955ShortMoe (as Moe)
Gypped in the Penthouse1955ShortMoe (as Moe)
Bedlam in Paradise1955ShortMoe / Uncle Mortimer / Heavenly Train announcer (voice, as Moe)
Of Cash and Hash1955ShortMoe (as Moe)
Fling in the Ring1955ShortMoe (as Moe)
Scotched in Scotland1954ShortMcMoe (as Moe)
Shot in the Frontier1954ShortMoe (as Moe)
Knutzy Knights1954ShortMoe (as Moe)
Pals and Gals1954ShortMoe (as Moe)
Musty Musketeers1954ShortMoeth (as Moe)
Income Tax Sappy1954ShortMoe (as Moe)
Goof on the Roof1953ShortMoe (as Moe)
Bubble Trouble1953ShortMoe (as Moe)
Rip, Sew and Stitch1953ShortMoe (as Moe)
Pardon My Backfire1953ShortMoe (as Moe)
Spooks!1953ShortMoe (as Moe)
Tricky Dicks1953ShortSgt. Moe (as Moe)
Loose Loot1953ShortMoe (as Moe)
Booty and the Beast1953ShortMoe (as Moe)
Up in Daisy's Penthouse1953ShortMoe (as Moe)
Cuckoo on a Choo Choo1952ShortMoe / Voice of Radio Newscaster (as Moe)
Three Dark Horses1952ShortMoe (as Moe)
Gents in a Jam1952ShortMoe (as Moe)
He Cooked His Goose1952ShortMoe (as Moe)
Corny Casanovas1952ShortMoe (as Moe)
Listen, Judge1952ShortMoe (as Moe)
A Missed Fortune1952ShortMoe (as Moe)
The Frank Sinatra Show1952TV SeriesServant
Pest Man Wins1951ShortMoe (as Moe)
Hula-La-La1951ShortMoe (as Moe)
The Tooth Will Out1951ShortMoe (as Moe)
Gold Raiders1951Moe (as The Three Stooges)
Merry Mavericks1951ShortMoe (as Moe)
Scrambled Brains1951ShortMoe (as Moe)
Star of the Family1951TV SeriesMoe
Don't Throw That Knife1951ShortMoe (as Moe)
Baby Sitters Jitters1951ShortMoe (as Moe)
Three Arabian Nuts1951ShortMoe (as Moe)
A Snitch in Time1950ShortMoe Howard (as Moe)
Slaphappy Sleuths1950ShortMoe (as Moe)
Studio Stoops1950ShortMoe (as Moe)


Have Rocket -- Will Travel1959performer: "Have Rocket, Will Travel"
The Tooth Will Out1951Short writer: "My Lucky Strike"
Gold Raiders1951performer: "Jane" / writer: "Jane"
Scrambled Brains1951Short performer: "Nora" / writer: "Nora"
Three Hams on Rye1950Short performer: "Jane" / writer: "Jane"
Self Made Maids1950Short lyrics: "Zee Lollipop Song" - uncredited / music: "Zee Lollipop Song" - uncredited / performer: "Zee Lollipop Song" - uncredited
Yes, We Have No Bonanza1939Short performer: "Red River Valley/She'll Be Coming 'Round The Mountain" - uncredited
A Ducking They Did Go1939Short performer: "You'll Never Know Just What Tears Are" - uncredited
Wee Wee Monsieur1938Short lyrics: "Zee Lollipop Song" / music: "Zee Lollipop Song" / performer: "Zee Lollipop Song"
Plane Nuts1933Short performer: "Dinah" 1925 - uncredited
Turn Back the Clock1933performer: "By the Light of the Silvery Moon" 1909, "You're the Flower of My Heart, Sweet Adeline" 1903 - uncredited
Soup to Nuts1930performer: "Tears" 1930, "Nellie" - uncredited / writer: "Tears" 1930 - uncredited


A Hit with a Miss1945Short story - as Howard
Punch Drunks1934Short story
The Big Idea1934Short uncredited
Plane Nuts1933Short uncredited
Hello Pop1933Short writer
Beer and Pretzels1933Short uncredited
Nertsery Rhymes1933Short story


Senior Prom1958associate producer


The Mike Douglas Show1963-1974TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Comic / Themselves
Headshop1971TV SeriesHimself
The Merv Griffin Show1968TV SeriesHimself
The Ed Sullivan Show1961-1965TV SeriesMoe
The Jack Paar Tonight Show1962TV SeriesHimself
Here's Hollywood1961TV SeriesHimself
The Frances Langford Show1960TV SeriesHimself
Masquerade Party1959TV SeriesMoe
Strike It Rich1954TV SeriesHimself
All Star Revue1952TV SeriesHimself
Olympic Fund Telethon1952TV SpecialHimself
The Colgate Comedy Hour1951TV SeriesHimself - Comic Actor
The Kate Smith Hour1950TV SeriesHimself
Texaco Star Theatre1950TV SeriesHimself - Comic Actor
Screen Snapshots Series 19, No. 5: Art and Artists1940Short documentaryHimself (as The Three Stooges)
Screen Snapshots Series 18, No. 91939Documentary shortHimself, Horse Show Entertainer (as The 3 Stooges)
Screen Snapshots Series 17, No. 51938Documentary shortHimself
Screen Snapshots Series 15, No. 71936Documentary shortHimself (as the Three Stooges)
Screen Snapshots Series 14, No. 61935Short documentaryHimself (as The 3 Stooges)
Screen Snapshots, Series 14, No. 11934Documentary shortHimself
Screen Snapshots, Series 13, No. 51934Documentary shortHimself
Fox Movietone Newsreel1929Documentary shortHimself

Archive Footage

Hey Moe, Hey Dad!2015TV Series documentaryHimself, Moe
The Three Stooges2015DocumentaryHimself
Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy2010Video documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Shemp Cocktail: A Toast to the Original Stooge2008Video documentaryHimself
MythBusters2006TV Series documentaryMoe Howard
The Three Stooges in Color2005VideoMoe
The Three Stooges 75th Anniversary Special2003TV Movie documentaryMoe
Added Attractions: The Hollywood Shorts Story2002TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Farscape2001TV SeriesMoe
ABC 2000: The Millennium1999TV Movie documentary
Leslie Nielsen on the Stooges1999TV Movie documentary
Thr Three Stooges Family Album1998TV Movie documentary
Biography1994TV Series documentaryHimself
Muppet Babies1984-1991TV SeriesMoe
The Lost Stooges1990DocumentaryMoe
Frank Sinatra: The Voice of Our Time1990TV Movie documentaryMoe
The Three Stooges 60th Anniversary Special1990TV Movie documentary
Fun with the Stooges1988DocumentaryMoe
The Three Stooges1987Video GameMoe (uncredited)
Classic Comedy Teams1986Video documentaryMoe
Stoogemania1986Moe (uncredited)
Going Hollywood: The '30s1984Documentary
Stooge Snapshots1984TV Movie documentaryMoe
The MGM Three Stooges Festival1983Moe
Hollywood: The Gift of Laughter1982TV Movie documentaryActor - 'Soup to Nuts' (uncredited)
Ken Murray Shooting Stars1979DocumentaryHimself
Bob Hope's World of Comedy1976TV MovieTribute Montage
The Three Stooges Follies1974Moe
Hollywood My Home Town1965DocumentaryHimself
The Big Parade of Comedy1964DocumentaryOne of The Three Stooges (uncredited)
Stop! Look! and Laugh!1960Moe
Columbia Laff Hour1956Moe
Screen Snapshots Series 25, No. 8: Looking Back1946ShortHimself


Won Awards

1983Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion Picture
1951Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsTop Comedy

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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