Moe Howard Death Announcement, 105.7 WVBF Framingham (Boston) | May 5, 1975


Moe Howard

What follows is simply a news item during one of WVBF’s morning reports on 05.05.1975. The quality is just so-so. Apparently, the tape itself was a bit worn.

Moe Howard was one of the infamous “Three Stooges”, whose short black and white comedy skits in the 1930s and 1940s made millions laugh. In later years, Moe was interviewed by many people, including one of the personalities at WHEB (AM 750/FM 100.3) Portsmouth NH during one overnight period in 1974. WHEB was then a Top 40 station calling itself “The Star Station”. Not included with this aircheck was an earlier interview done on WVBF, also from 1974. Howard passed away at age 78 of lung cancer. He was the last of the Stooges to die.

Digitized and donated by contributor Max Power.

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