Original Columbia Pictures theatrical trailer for “Have Rocket, Will Travel” (1959, with “The Three Stooges”).
The legendary Chicago/Berwyn-based sci-fi/horror film host will present his premiere of “The Three Stooges” in “Have Rocket, Will Travel” (1959), this Sat., April 21 at 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on Me-TV.
The Three Stooges’ 1959 feature-length production was directed by David Lowell Rich. That same year, Rich also directed a musical feature at Columbia Pictures, “Hey Boy! Hey Girl!” (1959, with Louis Prima, Keely Smith and James Gregory).
Who was in “Have Rocket, Will Travel” (1959)?
The players who appeared in Rich’s space-age Columbia “Stooges” comedy were Moe Howard (as Moe), Larry Fine (as Larry), “Curly” Joe DeRita (as Curly Joe), Jerome Cowan (as J.P. Morse), Anna Lisa (as Dr. Ingrid Naarveg), Robert “Bob” Colbert (as Dr. Ted Benson), Don Lamond (in his three roles as the voice of the Venusian Robot, the narrator of the film and a reporter), Marjorie Bennett (in an uncredited role as Mrs. Hermine Huntingford) and Dal McKennon (in an uncredited role as the voice of the Unicorn).