Private Herbie (Lou Costello) needs a moment before his boxing match so 'The Andrews Sisters' appear to introduce their hit 'Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy' by Don Raye and Hugh Prince, in Buck Privates, 1941.
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello (as 'Slicker' and 'Herbie') are introduced, and we find out how they wind up in the army, in this early scene from their mega-hit debut as stars, Buck Privates, 1941.
Famous scene said to have been tough to film because the director kept cracking up, Slicker (Bud Abbott) and Herbie (Lou Costello) in the Army drill routine from Buck Privates, 1941.
A quick insert, from special material written for the stars by John Grant, Slicker (Bud Abbott) and Herbie (Lou Costello) argue over money at the canteen, in Buck Privates, 1941.
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