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ShopKnuckleheads: Loose Lot- 1953

ShopKnuckleheads: Loose Lot- 1953

News today from ShopKnuckleheads- Posing for photographs before and after shooting films was a relatively common practice during the Stooge Era for the whole industry.
In the later years of Columbia Stooge episode production, publicity stills had changed. The advertising budget was cut, and their audience was shifting more to younger children. There was still a pre-feature market as Columbia was still a big name in the studio business.
The shift in dynamic for publicity stills was stock footage and the more versatile it became as technology developed!
Shirt of the Day!
Three Stooges It'S A Guy Thing Heavyweight Crewneck Sweatshirt
Speaking of publicity stills, check out our Canvas Prints and Artist Creations of The Boys!

The Three Stooges Canvas Art (16In X 13In)

Artist Doug Bloodworth Signed And Numbered Limited Editions On Canvas

These Are Not Photographs. They Are Oil Paintings! With Many Size Variations!

The Three Stooges Canvas Art (16In X 13In)

Three Stooges It's A Guy Thing Portrait Canvas .75In Frame

Three Stooges It'S A Guy Thing Portrait Canvas .75In Frame
For more just type 'Canvas' in the ShopKnuckleheads Search Bar!!!
Happy Shopping!
-ShopKnuckleheads Team
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