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Hello! I'm Katie. Welcome to my site on Tony Slattery,  Kids in the Hall, Nirvana, Three's Company, the Three Stooges, Paul Lynde, and I Dream of Jeannie. Be sure to check out my Nirvana page if you're a fan of theirs. I listed all 190 of the Three Stooges' film shorts, 8 movies, and 3 TV movies. My Kids in the Hall pages have some interesting stuff with Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney, and Scott Thompson. My Three's Company page has pictures, my thoughts on the show, downloads, and other stuff. Enjoy, and please feel free to sign my guestbook. I'd like to hear what you think of my site. Thanks for visiting!
Dec 6 2001: I added a tribute page to George Harrison. To see it, click here.
"Sometimes, I dream of a sailor..."
Tony Slattery is best known to most Americans as one of the main contestants on the UK version of Whose Line is it Anyway? He has also been in a number of films, including Peter's Friends, Heaven's a Drag, The Crying Game, and How to Get Ahead in Advertising, just to name a few.
I first became interested in Mr. Slattery after watching his    brilliant performances on Whose Line is it Anyway? and       though he is considered the rudest performer,  I found him   to be outright hilarious! If you have never had the priviledge   of watching him in action, I am willing to make tapes for my viewers, if you email me and give me instructions.  Click Here for Tony Slattery quotes, other Tony Slattery moments, and movies Tony has appeared in.
       A little more about Tony Slattery:
He stands at 5'11, and he is the youngest of five children, born Anthony Declan James Slattery on November 9, 1959. He has triplet brothers, Christopher, Michael, and Stephen, and a sister, Marlene. Since his brothers were in their own little group and his sister was so much older than he was, he had a lonely, but happy childhood.  He invented a friend made up of pajamas and called it "Fred." Tony went to Gunnery Boy's Grammar School and won a scholarship to study medieval and modern languages at Cambridge. He was introduced to theatre there and he was invited by Stephen Fry (whom he later co-starred with in the 1992 movie Peter's Friends) to join the Footlights Dramatic Club. He was named president of the Footlights in 1982. He stopped becoming an academic when, "Getting up on stage and hearing laughter took over."

He made his first appearance on Whose Line is it Anyway? in 1988.  For the seven seasons he was on, he was known as the usual featured performer in the game "Party Quirks," where he was the host of a party, and the other three contestants would arrive at the party, after being given a strange way of behaving, or quirk. Tony would have to guess what the others had come as. Some quirks include:
-a sperm (Ryan Stiles)
-someone experiencing too much gravity (Ryan)        
-a Jewish mother (Greg Proops)
-a penis (Josie Lawrence)
-someone who thinks he has arrived in an 19th century whore house (Mike McShane)
-someone who has come to ride Tony's camel (Ryan)
-a Columbian Drug Dealer (Rory Bremner or Mike)
-someone on a roller coaster (Colin Mochrie)
One man, Rory Bremner, came to the party as Tony Slattery, mimicking his voice and how he walks. After figuring this out, Tony walks the same way as Rory and says sarcastically, "Ha ha ha! Ha ha ha!" He then looks straight into the camera and says, "I'm not playing anymore."

Tony was also known for his remarks to the host of the show, Clive Anderson.  Usually when playing "World's Worst," he would imitate Clive by raising his shoulders to the back of his head to look as though he had no neck. He also consistantly made fun of Clive's receding hairline.
On one particular show, just before starting "Party Quirks," Tony said, "I'm just putting on my heavy-duty sunglasses incase Clive shows up without a hat."

After his final season on the show in 1995, Tony became clinically depressed, and confined himself in his flat for two years, after having dumped all of his furniture, including his refrigerator, into the Thames River. He had been working non-stop for 13 years. He still managed to visit his parents every weekend, and he would pretend nothing was wrong at all. He finally decided to see a psychiatrist, and he has not gone back into clinical depression since.

Tony was the rector of Dundee University from 1998 to 2000. One of the fields of research there is cancer, which claimed the life of Tony's father a few months before he became their rector.

Most recently, Tony has been on the 2005 British TV show Ahead of the Class, in which he plays Stuart Stiles.

In 2007, Tony played in "Kingdom," with his friend, Stephen Fry.  He played "Sidney Snell " for 9 episodes.
I have been a loyal fan of theirs since December 18, 1995. Here are the Nirvana CD's, along with all the songs on them, that I own:

1. About A Girl (single)
-About A Girl, Something in the Way

2. All Apologies (single)
-All Apologies, Rape Me, Moist Vagina

3. Bleach
-Blew, Floyd the Barber, About A Girl, School, Love Buzz,  Paper Cuts, Negative Creep, Scoff, Swap Meet,Mr. Moustache, Sifting, Big Cheese, Downer

4. Come As You Are (single)
-Come As You Are, Endless Nameless, School, Drain You

5. From the Muddy Banks of  the Wishkah
-Intro, School, Drain You, Aneurysm, Smells Like Teen Spirit, Been A Son, Lithium, Sliver, Spank Thru,  Scentless Apprentice, Heart-Shaped Box, Milk It, Negative Creep, Polly, Breed, tourette's, Blew

6. Heart-Shaped Box (single)
-Heart-Shaped Box, Milk It,  Marigold

7. In Bloom (single)
-In Bloom, Sliver, Polly

8. Incesticide
-Dive, Sliver, Stain, Been A Son, Turnaround, Molly's Lips, Son of a Gun, (New Wave) Polly, Beeswax, Downer, Mexican Seafood, Hairspray Queen, Aero Zeppelin, Big Long Now, Aneurysm

9. In Utero
-Serve the Servants, Scentless Apprentice, Heart-Shaped  Box, Rape Me, Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle, Dumb, Very Ape, Milk It, Pennyroyal Tea, Radio Friendly Unit Shifter, tourette's, All Apologies

10. Kurt Cobain  (Laserlight Audio Book on CD)
-Introduction, Courtney Love reads suicide letter (Part 1), Life was never fun, Author Dave Thompson, Growing Up/The road to Nirvana, Early Nirvana, Editor Charles Cross, Kurt speaks about early Nirvana and revolving drummers, Nevermind, Bob Guccione Jr., Dave Thompson, Bob Guccione Jr., The demands of fame, Bob Guccione Jr. on the alleged feud with Eddie Vedder, On Courney Love, marriage, and Hole, Parenthood, The Saturday Night Live rumors, Visibly suffering---pressures & drugs, MTV Unplugged, On happiness, fame, and popularity, Andy Summers (The Police)--1993 interview/ Perceptions of a modest icon, The intensifying drug problems and rehabilitation attempts, Courtney Love, Missing person/The suicide, Courtney Love reads suicide letter (Part 2), Gavin Rossdale of Bush, Did we really see it coming?/Placing the blame, Would Nirvana survive?, The memory lives on, In conclusion.....

11. Lithium (single)
  -Lithium, Been A Son, Curmudgeon

12. Live at Reading

13. Maximum Nirvana
-Intro/Blown Away, Paradise Lost, Homeless Punk, Notice Me, Opened Up, Fill the Hole, All the Love, Broken Apart, Disappear, Left Behind

14. Nevermind
-Smells Like Teen Spirit, In Bloom, Come As You Are,  Breed, Lithium, Polly, Territorial Pissings, Drain You,  Lounge Act, Stay Away, On A Plain, Something In The Way

15. Nirvana-Fully Illustrated Book & Disc

16. Nirvana (Greatest Hits)
-You Know You're Right, About a Girl, Been a Son, Sliver, Smells Like Teen Spirit, Come as You Are, Lithium, In Bloom, Heart-Shaped Box, Pennyroyal Tea, Rape Me, Dumb, All Apologies, The Man Who Sold the World

17. Smells Like Nirvana  (A Tribute to Nirvana)
In Bloom (The Butchers), Heart-Shaped Box (The Butchers),
Polly (Kirsten Krush), On a Plain (Dead Sex Kitten), All Apologies (The Artist Formerly Known as Ponce), Rape Me (The Artist Formerly...), Smells Like Teen Spirit  (Beki Bondage), Come As You Are (Eddy Bop), Lithium (Beki Bondage), Breed (The Pink Gun), The Man Who Sold the World (Kristen De Beauvoir), Something in the Way (Baptism)

18. Rarities
-Verse Chorus Verse, Lithium (Live at MTV Awards),  Opinion, D7, Marigold, Sappy, Radio Conversation, Curmudgeon, Kurt Cobain 18 years old-Change, The Money Will Roll Right In, Anorexia, Beans, Blandest, Born In A Junkyard, Come On Death, Misery Loves Company, My Sharona, Oh The Guilt, Pen Cap Chew, The End, Saturday Night Live--Rape Me, Sweet Home Alabama, Old Age, Where Did You Sleep Last Night?  Kurt's Grand Finale--Heart-Shaped Box, Courtney Love's Eulogy for Kurt Cobain

19. Sliver (Best of the Box)
Spank Thru, Heartbreaker, Mrs. Butterworth, Floyd the Barber, Clean Up Berfore She Comes, About a Girl, Ain't ir a Shame, Sappy, Opinion, Sliver, Smells Like Teen Spririt, Come As You Are, Old Age, Oh the Guilt, Rape Me, Rape Me, Heart Shaped Box, You Know You're Right, All Apologies

20. Smells Like Teen Spirit (single)
-Smells Like Teen Spirit, Even In His Youth, Aneurysm

21. Soundboard Recording Live 1990
-School, Floyd The Barber, Love Buzz, Dive, Spank Thru, Breed, Scoff, About A Girl, Molly's Lips, Been A Son, Stain, Negative Creep, Blew

22. Telltales
   (Imported Interview Disk from Great Britain)

23. MTV Unplugged In New York
-About A Girl, Come As You Are, Jesus Doesn't Want Me For A Sunbeam, The Man Who Sold The World,  Pennyroyal Tea, Dumb, Polly, On A Plain, Something In  The Way, Plateau, Oh Me, Lake Of Fire, All Apologies,  Where Did You Sleep Last Night?

24. With the Lights Out (Box Set)
(Disc One)-Heartbreaker, Anoexorcist, White Lace and Strange, Help Me I'm Hungry, If You Must, Pen Cap Chew, Downer, Floyd the Barber, Raunchola/Moby Dick, Beans, Don't Want it All, Clean it Up Before She Comes, Polly, About a Girl, Blandest, Dive, They Hung Him On a Cross, Grey Goose, Ain't it a Shame, Token Eastern Song, Even in His Youth, Polly
(Disc Two) Opinion, Lithium, Been a Son, Sliver, Where Did You Sleep Last Night, Pay to Play, Here She Comes Now, Drain You, Aneurysm, Smells Like Teen Spirit, Breed, Verse Chorus Verse, Old Age, Endless Nameless, Dumb, D-7, Oh the Guilt, Curmudgeon, Return of the Rat, Smells Like Teen Spirit
(Disc Three) Rape Me, Rape Me, Scentless Apprentice, Heart-Shaped Box, I Hate Myself and Want to Die, Milk It, M.V, Gallons of Rubbing Alcohol Flow Through the Strip, The Other Improv, Serve the Servants, Very Ape, Pennyroyal Tea, Marigold, Sappy, Jesus Doesn't Want Me For a Sunbeam, Do Re Mi, You Know You're Right, All Apologies
(Disc Four)-DVD-Love Buzz, Scoff, About a Girl, Big Long Now, Immigrant Song, Spank Thru, Hairspray Queen, School, Mr. Moustache, Big Cheese, *In Bloom, *Sappy, School, Love Buzz, Pennyroyal Tea, Smells Like Teen Spirit, Territorial Pissings, Jesus Doesn't Want Me For a Sunbeam, Talk to Me, Seasons in the Sun

*In Bloom and Sappy are out of order! (The DVD says that In Bloom is supposed to be #11 and Sappy is supposed to be #12, but In Bloom was shown after Sappy, so  somebody forgot to edit!)
The Three Stooges

The Three Stooges are known to the world as Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Curly Howard. This line-up, however, was not the original.  The Stooges first started out in vaudeville in the late 1920's.  At that time, the act was known as  "Ted Healy and his Stooges." Curly was not in the line-up at this time, but his brother, Shemp Howard, was.  After Shemp left the act in 1932, it was then that Curly joined. After the Stooges left Ted Healy in 1934, they became known as The Three Stooges.
The Three Stooges made 190 film shorts for Columbia Pictures between 1934 and 1957.  Between those years, the line-up changed three times. Due to health complications following a series of strokes, Curly Howard was the first to leave in 1947. He had made 97 film shorts with the Stooges.  He made a cameo appearance in the Stooges' 100th short, "Hold That Lion." He died on January 18, 1952. He was 48.
Shemp Howard became part of the Three Stooges in 1947, following Curly's last short. Shemp was featured in 77 shorts during his time as a Stooge. On November 23, 1955, on his way home from a boxing match, Shemp was riding in the back seat of a car with his friend Al Winston. He lit up his cigar and sat back. Suddenly, he slumped over into Al's lap, burning him with his cigar. Shemp Howard had a heart attack and was dead at age 60.
The third incarnation of The Three Stooges consisted of Moe, Larry, and Joe Besser. Joe was featured in the last 16 film shorts of the Stooges' career. He was rarely ever hit by Moe, and Larry took most of the hits while Joe was in the group. This was part of an agreement, that Joe would replace Shemp, but Moe would not be allowed to physically hurt Joe. He had said before that slapstick was not his "cup of tea." After December 20, 1957, no more Three Stooges shorts were filmed. Columbia Pictures was the last filming industry to show film shorts.
After 1957, The Three Stooges had their fourth and final line-up. (Besser had left to care for his ailing  wife, Ernie)There was Moe, Larry, and Joe DeRita, known as Curly-Joe. He was in all of the Stooges' movies. They had six movies of their own, and made cameo appearances in two other films.
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Jerry "Curly" Howard
Real Name: Jerome Lester Horwitz
Born: October 22, 1903 Brooklyn, NY, youngest of 5
Died: January 18, 1952
Cause of Death: Complications due to strokes
Larry Fine
Real Name: Louis Feinberg
Born: October 5, 1902 Philidelphia, PA, oldest of 4
Died: January 24, 1975
Cause of Death: Massive stroke
Moe Howard
Real Name: Moses Horwitz
Born: June 19, 1897 Brooklyn, NY, 4th of 5
Died: May 4, 1975
Cause of death: Lung cancer
Shemp Howard
Real Name: Samuel Horwitz
Born: March 17, 1895 Brooklyn, NY, 3rd of 5
Died: November 23, 1955
Cause of death: Heart attack
Joe Besser
Born: August 12, 1907 St. Louis, MO, youngest of 9
Died: March 1, 1988
Cause of death: Heart failure
"Curly-Joe" DeRita
Real Name: Joseph Wardell
Born: July 12, 1909 Philidelphia, PA, younger of 2
Died: July 3, 1993
Cause of death: Pneumonia, following a series of strokes
  Curly Howard  in a milk ad:: Curly in the original photo (with a suggestion)
                                  Larry Fine in an army outfit            
                        Shemp Howard (far laft) in Ghost Crazy                  
  Larry, Curly-Joe DeRita, and Moe on a collector's card
Three Stooges Episodes I put an asterick (*) by the Stooges' personal favorites  & named whose favorite it was--Larry (below) has the most # of favorites
(Moe, Larry, and Curly)
1. Woman Haters                    
2. Punch Drunks                    
3. Men In Black                      
4. Three Little Pigskins
5. Horses' Collars
6. Restless Knights
7. Pop Goes the Easel--The only ep. to          
8. Uncivil Warriors         feature Moe &
9. Pardon My Scotch     Larry's daughters
10. Hoi Polloi       (Joan H & Phyllis F were
11. Three Little Beers  playing hopscotch)
12. Ants in the Pantry
13. Movie Maniacs
14. Half-Shot Shooters
15. Disorder in the Court
16. A Pain in the Pullman
17. False Alarms
18. Whoops I'm an Indian
19. Slippery Silks
20. Grips, Grunts,and Groans
21. Dizzy Doctors
22. Three Dumb Clucks
23. Back to the Woods
24. Goofs and Saddles
25. Cash and Carry
26. Playing the Ponies
27. The Sitter-Downers
28. Termites of 1938
29. Wee Wee Monsieur
30. Tassles in the Air
31. Flat Foot Stooges
32. Healty, Wealthy, and Dumb
33. Violent is the Word for Curly
34. Three Missing Links
35. Mutts to You
36. Three Little Sew and Sews
37. We Want Our Mummy
38. A-Ducking They Did Go
39. Yes, We Have No Bonanza
40. Saved by the Belle
41. Calling All Curs
42. Oily to Bed, Oily to Rise
43. Three Sappy People
44. You Natzy Spy*--Moe's & Larry's
45. Rockin' Through the Rockies
46. A-Plumbing We Will Go*Curly-s
47. Nutty But Nice
48. How High is Up?
49. From Nurse to Worse
50. No Cencus, No Feeling
51. Cookoo Cavaliers
52. Boobs in Arms
"This is Freda the Chicken. We'll be giving her a free makeover."
The Three Stooges--"It's not a food fight, it's long distance feeding"
53. So Long, Mr. Chumps
54. Dutiful, But Dumb
55. All the World's a Stooge
56. I'll Never Heil Again
57. An Ache in Every Stake
58. In the Sweet Pie and Pie
59. Some More of Samoa
60. Loco Boy Makes Good
61. Cactus Makes Perfect
62. What's the Matador
63. Matri-phony
64. Three Smart Saps
65. Even as I.O.U.
66. Sock-A-Bye Baby
67. They Stooge to Conga
68. Dizzy Detectives
69. Spook Louder
70. Back From the Front
71. Three Little Twerps
72. Higher Than a Kite
73. I Can Hardly Wait
74. Dizzy Pilots
75. Phony Express
76. A Gem of a Jam
77. Crash Goes the Hash
78. Busy Buddies
79. The Yoke's on Me
80. Idle Roomers
81. Gents Without Cents
82. No Dough, Boys
83. Three Pests in a Mess
84. Booby Dupes
85. Idiots Deluxe
86. If a Body Meets a Body
87. Micro-Phonies
88. Beer Barrel Polecats
89. A Bird in the Head
90. Uncivil Warbirds
91. Three Troubledoers
92. Monkey Businessmen
93. Three Loan Wolves
94. G.I. Wanna Home
95. Rhythm and Weep
96. Three Little Pirates
97. Half-Wits Holiday
   (Moe, Larry, and Shemp)
98. Fright Night*--Shemp's
99. Out West
100. Hold That Lion (Only original Short including all 3 Howards, Shemp, Moe,and Curly--passanger. #145, the remake,  was released after Curly's death in 1952!
101. Brideless Groom
102. Sing a Song of Six Pants
103. All Gummed Up
104. Shivering Sherlocks
105. Pardon My Clutch
106. Squareheads of the Round Table
107. Fiddler's Three
108. Hot Scots
109. Heavenly Daze
110. I'm a Monkey's Uncle
111. Mummy's Dummies
112. A Crime on their Hands
113. The Ghost Talks
114. Who Done It?
115. Hocus Pocus
116. Fuelin' Around
117. Malice in the Palace
118. Vagabond Loafers
119. Dunked in the Deep
120. Punchy Cowpunchers
121. Hugs and Mugs
122. Dopey Dicks
123. Love at First Bite
124. Self-Made Maids
125. Three Hams on Rye
126. Studio Stoops
127. Slaphappy Sleuths
128. A Snitch in Time
129. Three Arabian Nuts
130. Baby Sitters' Jitters
131. Don't Throw That Knife
132. Scrambled Brains*--Larry's
133. Merry Mavericks
134. The Tooth Will Out
135. Hula-la-la
136. The Pest Man Wins
137. A Missed Fortune
138. Listen, Judge
139. Corny Casanovas
140. He Cooked His Goose
141. Gents in a Jam
142. Three Dark Horses
143. Cuckoo on a Choo Choo
144. Up in Daisy's Penthouse
145. Booty and the Beast (Remake using scenes  from Hold that Lion, in which stock footage of Curly is shown (He had died the year before.)
146. Loose Loot
147. Tricky Dicks
148. Spooks
149. Pardon My Backfire
150. Rip, Sew, and Stitch
151. Bubble Trouble
152. Goof on the Roof
153. Income Tax Sappy
154. Musty Musketeers
155. Pals and Gals
156. Knutzy Knights
157. Shot in the Frontier
158. Scotched in Scotland
159. Fling in the Ring
160. Of Cash and Hash
161. Gypped in the Penthouse
162. Bedlam in Paradise
163. Stone Age Romeos
164. Wham Bam Slam
165. Hot Ice
166. Blunder Boys
167. Husbands Beware
168. Creeps
169. Flagpole Jitters
170. For Crimin' Out Loud
171. Rumpus in a Harem
172. Hot Stuff
173. Scheming Schemers
174. Commotion on the Ocean
     (Moe, Larry, and Joe)               
175. Hoofs and Goofs
176. Muscle Up a Little Closer
177. A Merry Mix-Up
178. Space Ship Happy
179. Guns A-Poppin'
180. Horsing Around
181. Rusty Romeos
182. Outer Space Jitters
183. Quiz Whizz
184. Fifi Blows Her Top
185. Pies and Guys
186. Sweet and Hot
187. Flying Saucer Daffy*--Joe's
188. Oil's Well That Ends Well
189. Triple Crossed
190. Sappy Bullfighters
                               Joe Besser
                Moe Howard in his usual mood.
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Three Stooges Movies
         (Moe, Larry, and Curly-Joe)
1. Have Rocket, Will Travel
2. Snow White and the Three Stooges
3. The Three Stooges Meet Hercules*--Larry's
4. The Three Stooges in Orbit
5. The Three Stooges Go Around the World in a Daze*--Curly-Joe's
6. It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World  (cameo appearances)
7. Four For Texas  (cameo appearances)
8. The Outlaws is Coming!

Three Stooges TV Movies
1. The Three Stooges Scrapbook
2. The New Three Stooges
3. Kook's Tour
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The Farrelly Brothers were talking about making a Three Stooges movie back in March 2001. The movie would be based on the slapstick characters of Moe Howard, Larry Fine, and Curly Howard, and not a remake of any particular Stooge story.

According to the Farrelly Brothers during the Three Stooges 75th Anniversary, the movie was released in the summer of 2004. *It was NOT all realistical of what actually took place in their lives, unfortunately. [For instance, after Ted Healy died in 1937 (NOT 1936), Curly never said, "Ted Healy's not dead...he right here." (He looks at Moe.)]* (I know because I read the book The Three Stooges Scrapbook, co-written by Moe's daughter, Joan Howard-Maurer, so I know what I'm talking about.)You can order the new Three Stooges book by going to the official Three Stooges website. See the monthly schedule by clicking here.12/8/06--Sorry, Stooge fans...Spike TV is no longer airing the Three Stooges! .Antenna TV ran the Stooges on Fridays  until September 30, 2011. They can be seen most Mondays at 9:00am on AMC.

April 2011: Plans are in the works for another Stooge movie, this time featuring Will Sasso as Curly.
Read about it here
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Jack Lemmon   (Photo is courtesy of the Associated Press)

February 8, 1925---June 27, 2001

The first time I ever saw Jack Lemmon on screen was in 1993 when my mother took me and my brother to see Grumpy Old Men. I honestly didn't think I was going to enjoy seeing this movie, but I gave it a chance. It was absolutely hilarious! I thought Jack Lemmon and the other star of the movie, Walter Matthau, had great chemistry together. After my mother bought this movie for us on VHS, we watched it over and over again.
The second time I saw a Jack film was in 1997 when my next-door neighbor went away for a few days. He left a box of old movies in his garage and said I could borrow any of them any time I wanted to. I didn't think there was going to be any movies I really wanted to watch, but as I was looking through them, I came across The Odd Couple. I heard this was supposed to be a really funny movie. I took it home, and I wasn't disappointed. I thought it was the funniest movie I had ever seen, as I had watched it SIX times that day! (Never before did I devote an entire day to watching a movie.) I had to own a copy of it for myself. When my neighbor returned, I thanked him and told him it was the funniest movie I had ever seen. After that, I became a Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau fan.
When Grumpier Old Men hit theaters, I had to go see it. It made me laugh just as hard as the first one did! Of course, I had to own this one as well, so I bought it after it was released on VHS. My family and I have watched it many times.
One day at Blockbuster, my mother noticed a movie called Out to Sea on the shelf. She said it was supposed to be a very funny movie. Of course it had to be! Matthau and Lemmon were in it! How can you beat that pair? They were, of course, extremely funny. Surprise, surprise.
What was really a surprise was in 1998 when the sequel to the Odd Couple came out. I didn't get to see The Odd Couple II when it was in theaters. I saw it two years later in June 2000 when my family and I were renting a house in North Carolina while on vacation. The owner left all of his movies for us to watch. Hey! He had The Odd Couple II there! How lucky! I forget how many times my brother and I watched it. After we came home, I bought a copy of it at Best Buy. My brother said, "Now I have to find something else to get you for your birthday." I had a feeling he was going to say something like that when I was buying it, but I couldn't wait seven months until my birthday!

Sadly, three weeks after I had finally seen The Odd Couple II, I got the news that Walter Matthau had died on July 1, 2000. I knew if his death would be hard for anyone (besides his family), it would be Jack Lemmon, his best friend. Jack responded to his passing by saying, "I have lost someone I have loved as a brother. We have lost one of the best damn actors we've ever had!"

Now, almost one year to the day, the second Grumpy Old Man has died. Just four days before the first anniversary of Walter's death, Jack has gone to join his best friend where they will never be parted again.

Jack was ironically buried on the anniversary of Walter's death, July 1, 2001.

I imagine it was hard on Jack Lemmon to lose his best friend, to watch him die. Now the two are reunited where they no longer suffer. Their pains and health problems are all behind them.

We are all saddened to lose yet another great actor, one who many of us have grown up loving, and one who others of us have grown to love over the past few years. Like Frank Sinatra, what Jack Lemmon has given us is immortal. He, too, will continue to gain millions of fans for many generations to come, and will never be forgotten by the millions of fans who miss him dearly.

Walter and Jack on break during "The Odd Couple"
Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon--we couldn't ask for a better pair of actors

For Matthau and Lemmon quotes, go to THIS PAGE
**Come see my FAREWELL PAGE, where I pay tribute to Kurt Cobain, John Denver, Norman Fell, George Harrison, Phil Hartman, Jack Lemmon, John Lennon, Audra Lindley, Dean Martin, Walter Matthau, Lorenzo Music, Carroll O'Connor, Frank Sinatra, Layne Staley, and Jim Varney**Also see my FAREWELLS 2 PAGE**Includes Buddy Ebsen, Irene Ryan,Paul Lynde, Redd Foxx, Bob Hope, Elizabeth Montgomery, John Ritter, Hugh O'Connor, Warren Zevon, Johnny Cash, Tony Randall, Marlon Brando, Ronnie Lane,  Darrell "Dimebag" Abbott,  Dana Elcar, Bob Denver,  Don Adams, Richard Pryor. Don Knotts, Al Lewis, Yvonne DeCarlo, Fred Gwynne, Gene Pitney , Billy Preston Mike Evans., Peter Boyle, Levi Stubbs, and Melvin Allan
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Jack gives a kind grin
Jack Lemmon was called an "Everyman," since he constantly acted as someone we could all relate to.
These men look great in dresses
Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon in drag in the movie Some Like it Hot
Family, Friends and Cats
Guide to my Site

So, what's on each page? This section will help you out:


1) All in the Family-- I believe that this is a wonderful show, and the best way to enjoy it is to not take what Archie Bunker says personally.

2) Come for more, I see--many pictures of the beautiful Tony Slattery

3) Family, Friends, and Cats--some of my family members, some friends, my cats, things I like and don't like, Celebrities with Multiple Sclerosis, such as Annette Funicello, David L. Lander, Montel Williams,Teri Garr, Clay Walker, Jonathan Katz, Kelly Sutton, Victoria Williams, Lena Horne, Alan Osmond, Neil Cavuto, and Ann Ronney . PLUS: Tribute to Richard Pryor and Ronnie Lane, two MS patients who are no longer with us. Also includes two different pictures of me with two music legends: one of me and Felix Cavaliere (who was one of the lead singers of the Rascals, and an all-time favorite of mine), and one of me and Martha Reeves (Martha and the Vandellas)**There is also a photo album that I added in November 2004 of Riverfest!! It includes performances of the bands mentioned...Martha & the Vandellas, The Rascals, and Paul Revere and the Raiders! (Also includes "Goldy's Rock and Roll Review).** Goldy was a DJ who was laid-off in September 2004, and had been with the station since the beginning in 1993...My emails complaining to the station NEVER go through!

4) Final Farewells--the one of two pages I don't mind not updating. It is basically a tribute to those late singers and actors who I admire. I pay tribute to the following on that page: Kurt Cobain, John Denver, Norman Fell, George Harrison, Phil Hartman, Jack Lemmon, John Lennon, Audra Lindley, Dean Martin, Walter Matthau, Lorenzo Music, Carroll O'Connor, Frank Sinatra, Layne Staley, and Jim Varney. Also includes Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau quotes

5) Final Farewells2-- I chose not toadd any more onto the original (as they are all in alphabetical order), so this is an extenuation of the first one. Includes: Buddy Ebsen, Irene Ryan, Redd Foxx, Bob Hope, Paul Lynde, Elizabeth Montgomery, Hugh O'Connor, John Ritter, Warren Zevon, Johnny Cash, Tony Randall, Marlon Brando, Ronnie Lane, Darrell "Dimebag" Abbott, Dana Elcar, Bob Denver, Don Adams , Richard Pryor, Don Knotts, Al  Lewis, Yvonne DeCarlo, Gene Pitney ,Billy Preston, Mike Evans., Peter Boyle. ,Levi Stubbs and Allan Melvin.

6) Fun with KITH--also known as my Kids in the Hall Fun Page, I have a section called "You might be a....", only it pertains to the Kids (Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney, and Scott Thompson). There's also some nice photos of them, along with interesting vocabulary that is KITH-related, the Kids' Hawaiian names, their Brain Candy characters and quotes, and some random stuff

7) George Harrison--my tribute to my favorite Beatle, whom I greatly miss

8) George Michael--The first musician I loved

9) Homepage/Index--that's where you are right now. Land of Tony Slattery, Nirvana, the Three Stooges, the guestbook, webrings, the web polls, and tribute to Mr. Jack Lemmon

10) I Dream of Jeannie--tribute to this show. Find out how Jeannie drives Tony crazy & what Emmaline Henry did after she played Mrs. Bellows. Also find out what show Heidi Hagman was on (besides Dallas, of course. PLUS! Find out who else was on Larry Hagman's post-Jeannie soap opera
11) Nirvana--tribute to the band, includes short biographies of David Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Kurt Cobain, and tons of pictures, including a couple that show a very compassionate side to Kurt Cobain where he is shown with cats. By popular demand, I added some photos of Francis Bean Cobain. There are now new photos of Frances as an older child posted! Also see Kurt's half-sister Brienn O'Connor as well as Jordyn Blum (Dave's wife)

12) KITH Info Page--titled "KITH page enjoy," it has information on all five members of the Canadian comedy troupe, the Kids in the Hall. Bruce McCulloch's 1995 CD, Shame-Based Man,  is among the misc. other things. It also includes quotes, interesting facts, all the movies the Kids were in, pictures, and some "Gavin" downloads

13) Links Page--titled "Tony Links" from the site's very early days of being a Tony Slattery-only site, it now includes many varieties of links, especially where Kids in the Hall is concerned. From oldies to heavy metal to Barenaked Ladies (who I'm not really a fan of, but many of my friends are), and from a Drew Carey dance to Three's Company. As this is a site of variety, the links page is just as deverse. There are Paul Lynde links as well as Nirvana links. There are even links to some radio stations in the DC area. If you still have trouble deciding where to go from here, I highly recommend trying the trivia link. There is bound to be at least 1 or 2 catagories you'll like. I personally like the TV links and Music links

14) Paul Lynde--Tribute to the late comic, best known as "Uncle Arthur" from Bewitched and as the wise-aleck center square from the Hollywood Squares of the 1960s. Includes quotes and a few pictures...Plus updates from Paul Lynde impersonator, Michael Airington (There have been none for 2007)

15)* APS--(fmrly  MS) My actual disease is a long name (see this link for full name), but I simply know it as APS This page includes tretments for MS, since that is what I thought I had for so long

17) Three's Company--information and a tribute to the first show I ever watched in my life. Includes information on John Ritter (Jack Tripper), Joyce DeWitt (Janet Wood), Suzanne Somers (Chrissy Snow), Norman Fell (Stanley Roper), Audra Lindley (Helen Roper), Don Knotts (Ralph Furley), Jenilee Harrison (Cindy Snow), Priscilla Barnes (Terri Alden), Richard Kline (Larry Dallas), and Ann Wedgeworth (Lana Shields). Also includes pictures and downloads

18) WLiiA Tony on TV--" On my "WLiiA Tony on TV" page, I also have Tony quotes, other Tony Slattery moments, and pictures of the movies that Tony has been in.

19) Wecome Back, Kotter/ MacGyver--Great shows that used to both be on at midnight. TVLand pulled WBK off their schedule at the beginning of 2003.They are both available on DVD, if you  want them bad enough.

What is your favorite Jack Lemmon movie?
Grumpy Old Men
Grumpier Old Men
Out to Sea
The Odd Couple
The Odd Couple II
The Front Page
My Fellow Americans
Tuesdays With Morrie

This page was last updated on: April 5, 2017

Which of my pages do you like best?
All in the Family
Tony Pictures
Stuff About Me
Final Farewells (1 or 2)
I Dream of Jeannie
This page (homepage)
Fun With KITH
KITH information
Paul Lynde
George Harrison
Welcome Back, Kotter/ MacGyver
Links Page
Three's Company
WLiiA?/Tony quotes & movies

Web Poll #2
Stooge quotes (This will be fun!) Have a suggestion? Email me!
This will be very simple...These are some of my favorite quotes from the guys.

Curly (From 1942's Loco Boy Makes Good): "Don't you dare hit me it the head! You know I'm not normal!"<--This is one of my favorite episodes!--TKS

Moe (From 1939's Oily to Bed, Oily to Rise & the 1958 remake Oil's Well that Ends Well) "Everytime you think, you weaken the nation!"

Moe (From 1941's I'll Never Heil Again) Curly has just ripped off his Hitler-like moustache:"Give me back my personality!"

Larry (From 1936's Disorder in the Court) Curly has gotten rid of his gum, but it has landed on Moe's nose!: "Hold still...WAAAAAWW! WOOOWWW!"

Moe (After Larry's previous outburst): "You're in a court, not the woods, Tarzan!"

Curly He has accidentally received a shot that causes him to grow to over 10 feet, but Moe literally knocks him back down to size: "Now I'm back to normal." Moe 's response: "You'll never be that!"

Larry (Is talking slang; Moe does not approve): Ain't that quaint? Ain't? You mean isn't . Yeah. Isn't that quiesn't?
Mel Gibson gets "stooged!", Courtesy of AARP, Jan/Feb 06 ed.
Look which Knuckleheads were in the Jan/Feb edition of AARP! (If anyone would like a copy of this, or just want a transcript of what it says, you know what to me!)
Remember the movie The Three Stooges from 2000? Here are the stars: Evan Handler (as Larry), Michael Chiklis (as Curly), John Kassir (as Shemp) and Paul Ben-Victor (as Moe)
Look what Margaret gave me for Christmas 2006!!!!
                    * The man in the above photo is a relative of Larry' s (Fine)*
*MAJOR STOOGE NEWS:  Another Three Stooges movie opened on April 13, 2012!*