Abbott & Costello perform their opera.
A young acrobatic family from Australia performs.
Abbott and Costello go to the train station to get back to New York.
In this remake of 'Ruggles of Red Gap', the hapless Hope plays a British actor posing as a butler. Broad 40's humour from two of the greats.
Costello gets stuck selling ice cream.
Costello pretends to be an expert piano player.
Abbot and Costello try to check into their hotel room.
Lou gets singing lessons.
Abbott swindles people out of their money.
Costello has a drink with Abbot and his soon to be father-in-law.
Decent remake of Damon Runyon's "Little Miss Marker," in which a softhearted bookie accepts an adorable little girl as collateral on an unpaid bet.
Costello gets new coin operated appliances.
Chevy Chase and Dan Aykroyd star in this Cold War farce as two complete misfits who aspire to spy for the CIA. Much to their surprise, they are trained as operatives and sent to Central Asia. But the biggest secret of their covert operation is that they are expendable decoys--for another team of agents sent on the real mission--and no one expects them to survive.
Stellar comedians Dan Aykroyd ("Sneakers," "My Girl") and Chevy Chase ("Funny Farm," "National Lampoon Vacation" series) team up in one of 1985's top-grossing films (over $60,000,000). Aykroyd and Chase meet at the CIA entrance exam. When they're caught cheating, it seems inevitable that they are perfect for a special government mission! A zany homage to the ol' Bing Crosby-Bob Hope road movies, with romantic foil Donna Dixon ("Bosom Buddies"), written by the team that brought you "City Slickers" and "Splash," and directed by hit-maker John Landis ("Animal House," "Trading Places"). A host of star cameos join in for an impossibly fun mission!
A pair of bumbling spies are chosen for an important mission because of their expendability and succeed in leading the world to the brink of a nuclear war.
Dan Aykroyd and Chevy Chase meet at the CIA entrance exam. When they're caught cheating, it seems inevitable that they are perfect for a special government mission!
Emmett Fitz-Hume and Austin Millbarge are two hopefuls who meet at the CIA entrance exam. When they're caught cheating, it seems inevitable that they are perfect for a special government mission!
After deciding to pursue a career in acting, Kermit the Frog heads to Hollywood. Along the way, he meets Miss Piggy and the rest of the Muppets cast.
After a chance meeting with a great talent scout, Kermit goes to Hollywood dreaming about the world of show business. Along the way, Fozzie, Gonzo and Piggy to join him in hopes of also becoming big stars. But everything goes awry when Kermit falls into the clutches of Doc Hopper (Charles Durning), a villain who wants to promote, at all costs, its network of fast food that sells fried frog legs!
Kermit goes to Hollywood dreaming about the world of show business.
Dorothy is in charge of a hospital charity show and things aren't going her way. She can't find any talent for the talent show and her emcee has just cancelled. Rose's solution for her problem makes things worse when the girls scour Miami in hopes of getting Bob Hope to perform in the show.
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Oscar gets a chance to appear as himself in a Hollywood movie and Felix nearly botches everything by accompanying him as a self-appointed agent
Bud Abbot and Lou Costello perform sketch comedy acts in front of a live studio audience March 13, 1955
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