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The Bob Hope Collection (1952)

Region: 2
UPC/Barcode: 5050457300098
Released: 15th October 2007
Release type: Deleted
No. of Discs: 3
Catalogue No: 730009
Category: Feature, Classic
Format: DVD / Normal
The Bob Hope Collection (1952) (Deleted)

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Story: A triple bill of Bob Hope comedies. In 'The Road to Bali' (1952), one of the series of 'Road to' films he made with Bing Crosby, the two song-and-dance men decide to take work as divers when they have to leave Australia in a hurry. Dropped off at an island on the way to Bali, the pair soon run across beautiful siren Princess Lala (Dorothy Lamour), both deciding she's the one for them. In 'My Favorite Brunette' (1947), Ronnie Jackson (Hope) is a baby photographer who aspires to the life of the detective working in the office next door. Following a case of mistaken identity he gets the chance for some real sleuthing, charged with finding the missing Baron Montay. Immediately out of his depth, the wise-cracking Ronnie tries to track down the Baron in a gloomy mansion with the Baroness (Dorothy Lamour) at his side, and soon the two are in all sorts of trouble. Also included is 'The Road to Lebanon', a television special that features a cameo from Hope.

Starring: Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, Peter Lorre, Lon Chaney Jr., Charles Dingle, Reginald Denny, Frank Puglia, Ann Doran, Willard Robertson, Jack la Rue, Murvyn Vye

Directed by: Elliott Nugent, Hal Walker

Music by: Robert Emmett Dolan, Johnny Burke, Joseph J. Lilley

Produced by: Daniel Dare, Harry Tugend

Written by: Edmund Beloin, Jack Rose, Frank Butler, Hal Kanter, William Morrow

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Studio/distributor: Elstree Hill

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