Pardon My Sarong

  • 1942
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy

A standard Abbott and Costello comedy follows the boys through their familiar routines in one misadventure after another. This time the boys, playing Chicago bus drivers, get involved with a fabulously wealthy playboy. They also meet a jewel thief and are chased through an island jungle. The pair pull out every chase trick imaginable to go for the laugh....read more

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A standard Abbott and Costello comedy follows the boys through their familiar routines in one misadventure after another. This time the boys, playing Chicago bus drivers, get involved with a fabulously wealthy playboy. They also meet a jewel thief and are chased through an island jungle.

The pair pull out every chase trick imaginable to go for the laugh. Songs include: "Island of the Moon" (Don Raye, Gene De Paul, sung by Paige and Bruce), "Lovely Luana," "Vingo Jingo" (Raye, DePaul; sung by Wynn and chorus), "Do I Worry" (Bobby Worth, Stanley Cowan; sung by the Ink Spots), "Java

Jive" (sung by the Ink Spots), "Shout, Brother Shout" (Clarence Williams, sung by the Ink Spots) and "If I Didn't Care" (Jack Lawrence).

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  • Review: A standard Abbott and Costello comedy follows the boys through their familiar routines in one misadventure after another. This time the boys, playing Chicago bus drivers, get involved with a fabulously wealthy playboy. They also meet a jewel thief and are… (more)

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