Here’s forehead-smacking news for anyne who can’t get enough of Moe, Curly and Larry: “The Three Stooges Hollywood Filming Locations” (Santa Monica Press, $39.95), by Jim Pauley.

It’s an actual grown-up book, chock full of careful research and hundreds of black-and-white photos documenting almost every cinematic move the Stooges made from 1934 to 1958 — suitable for your coffee table, as long as you’re willing to put your low-brow taste right out there for the world to see.

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Most of those Stooges shorts, of course, were shot in and around Hollywood, and the maps in back of this volume show exactly where. (There’s also a great photo on page 277 of Larry with a literally smoking blond starlet, a then-unknown named Lucille Ball.)

There’s a passage on the site that Pauley calls “the holy grail of Stooges locations” — a long outdoor staircase in Silver Lake where the boys shot the ice-block delivery fiasco in “An Ache in Every Stake” (1941).