EmilSitka.com / Fans
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December 31, 2013
Just saw Emil in Slaphappy Slueths...Man
did he nail it in that short. The scene where he is "attended" to by the
boys in the service station was really funny and your dad's timing was
awesome. Great site...Keep his name alive. He was a treasure.
March 8, 2013
I wanted to pass along. I met your dad in L.A. in 1976. I was on vacation with my family. I was 16. He was kind enough to meet me at a local restaurant. I was at an early age. A huge 3 Stooges fan. I even wrote to your dad and Moe, Larry, Joe B and Curly Joe. In fact I still have all the letters and pic's that they sent me. I still enjoy their work even today. Keep up the great work?
I've been a Stooge fan since I was 10. I love all the regular cast... Vernon Dent.. Christine McIntyre and of course Emil Sitka... Please include me as a fan... now hold hands you lovebirds
-Richard Schmidt, 2/2/2013 I love Emil's work with the Stooges. A true genuinely funny man!
-Jerry Esposito, 12/25/2012
I loved reading all of this wonderful
information on your father. I was especially touched by his early years
living with the priest. He was really a very exceptional artist. The
Stooges bring sweet memories to me. My brother liked to practice the
stunts on me! Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and God bless.
-Nancy Taylor, 12/24/2012
Happy Birthday Emil Sitka!
-Craig Scott Lamb, 12/22/2012
Cheers to Emil Sitka today! He's just beyond awesome...
-Asia Eriksen, 12/22/2012
A big Happy Birthday to Emil Sitka... he would've made a wonderful 4th stooge.
-Anders Eriksen, 12/22/2012November 7, 2012
I must say I thoroughly enjoyed visiting the website you maintain in honor
of your father and it fascinated me in many ways, besides the fact, that
yes, I am a fan of the Three Stooges. But I've also had a growing interest
in actors, like your father, that had long careers in film but did not
become household names. And speaking of names, Emil Sitka a great and
unusual name in my opinion. I too, love Sitka and Emil is a family name on
my mother's side.
I've never once in my life joined or contributed to a fan club of any kind.
Your father's life story is very touching and as crazy as it seems, reminded
me a lot about my own life. I grew up as a ward of the state of California
and one of the good memories of my childhood was watching the Three Stooges
on TV. It was a common thread no matter whose house I lived in during the
late 60s and early 70s. When I became a mother in the late 80s, I vowed to
not give my children the life I'd lived, but the Three Stooges was a family
value I could embrace! It was then I began to notice the other cast of
characters and began to wonder who they were. Back then, I had little time
or resources to find out.
The fact you are keeping his memory alive (for those of us zany enough to
look for it) makes me smile.
Regards, Lee Revis
PS: The Valdez Star
would be proud to be listed as a contributor and a link
would be fun. We are one of the few remaining family owned newspapers in the
US, and all three of us are fans. We are not (or ever have been) wealthy or
even that prosperous, but as long as the lights are on, I believe in sharing
what there is. We are in the process of upgrading our site and I will
definitely add yours when it happens, hopefully next month.November 8, 2012
Something I forgot to mention yesterday, is that my late father-in-law was a huge fan and an incurable jokester. When I saw your dad’s epitaph it reminded me of his and wanted to share it with you, just for a laugh.
Take care, Lee