For one of the better examples of physical comedy and sight gags from the early days of film and television you can't go wrong with The Three Stooges. They are comedy icons from the 1930s and 40s. These shorts are among the best of examples of the brand of comedy they were famous for. There is plenty of pokes in the eyes and bonks on the head from these three. Nice light, no-brainer old fashioned comedy in very short snippets.
Grips, Grunts and Groans: After the brothers get a boxer drunk, Curly has to step in and take his place in the ring.
Dizzy Doctors: After an ultimatum from their wives Larry, Moe and Curly get jobs selling a miracle medicine.
Three Dumb Clucks: The Stooges break out of jail in order to stop their father from marrying.
Back to the Woods: The Stooges are sentenced to 55 years in a British jail.
Goofs and Saddles: The Stooges play poker with General Muster's enemy, Longhorn Pete.
Cash and Carry: In order to help a poor girl's disabled brother the Stooges break into the U.S. Treasury.
Playing the Ponies: The Stooges end up with a lame horse, but soon discover something that make him run like the wind.
The Sitter-Downers: Larry, Moe and Curly find out it isn't all wedded bliss when they live with their wives Dorabell, Florabell and Corabell.
Termites of 1938: A maid at a high society party makes the mistake of calling The Stooges extermination company instead of an escort service.
Wee Wee Monsieur: In Paris the Three Stooges are struggling artists who attempt to rescue a military captain from kidnappers.
Tassels in the Air: Moe tries to pass himself off as interior designer Omay.
Healthy, Wealthy and Dumb: The Stooges are living the high life after Curly wins $50,000.
Violet is the Word For Curly: Three college professors are blown away by the Three Stooges when they stop for gas.
Three Missing Links: The Stooges travel to Africa when Curly is cast as a gorilla.
Mutts to You: The Stooges find a baby and bring it back to their dog laundry business.
Flat Foot Stooges: Taking care of the horses that pull the fire trucks proves to be harder than it would seem for Larry, Moe and Curly.
Three Little Sew and Sews: Larry, Moe and Curly work as tailors on a navy ship.
We Want Our Mummy: The Stooges head over to Cairo in an effort to rescue a kidnapped professor and to get back a priceless mummy.
A Ducking They Did Go: The Stooges recruit the mayor, governor and police chief into their phony duck hunting club in order to avoid jail.
Yes, We Have No Bonanza: In order to get some cash quick Larry, Moe and Curly become gold prospectors.
Saved By the Belle: The Stooges are arrested for treason and sentenced to death they use the loud slurping of the guard to cover their escape attempts.
Calling All Cars: Working now as veterinarians, Larry, Moe and Curly are in trouble when their prize patient is kidnapped and held for ransom.
Oily to Bed, Oily to Rise: The Stooges fall in love with three girls whose mother has been robbed of the lease of oil rich land.
Three Sappy People: Mistakenly answering a call for a psychiatrist, phone repairmen Larry, Moe and Curly have to deal with a crazy socialite.
Special Features: Preview of Ray Harryhausen in Color and Meatballs: Special Edition