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As a recognized genius of American comedy, Bob Hope has no equal. From his early days in vaudeville to his years as a top Hollywood box-office draw and star of radio, TV and live performances, Bob Hope's innocent charm and lightening-quick wit have delighted millions of fans throughout the world. The Bob Hope: Thanks for the Memories Collection showcases 6 of his best films including Thanks for the Memory featuring Bob’s signature song, fan favorite The Cat and the Canary, horror-spoof The Ghost Breakers, romantic comedy Nothing But the Truth, Road to Morocco with pal Bing Crosby and The Paleface co-starring Jane Russell. Filled with timeless laughs, the Bob Hope: Thanks for the Memories Collection will entertain longtime fans and introduce a whole new generation to the legendary style of one of the most famous comedians of all-time! Thanks for the Memory (1938) It’s time for some old-fashioned romance when a stay-at-home author (Bob Hope) and his working wife (Shirley Ross) discover their domestic roles aren’t clear-cut in this sweet comedy of errors. The Cat and the Canary (1939) Wally (Bob Hope) vows to protect an heiress (Paulette Goddard) who must spend the night in the haunted mansion of her late, eccentric, millionaire uncle in order to inherit his fortune. The Ghost Breakers (1940) Ghosts and gags collide when a radio personality (Bob Hope) finds himself marooned on an island with a pretty traveler (Paulette Goddard) in a haunted castle filled with earthly and un-earthly foes. Nothing But the Truth (1941) After betting his colleagues that he can go 24 hours without telling a lie, a young stockbroker (Bob Hope) finds himself in hot water with his girlfriend (Paulette Goddard) and several influential people. Road to Morocco (1942) After surviving a shipwreck, two stowaways (Bob Hope & Bing Crosby) get mixed up with an exotic princess (Dorothy Lamour) whose marriage proposal seems too good to be true. The Paleface (1948) Timid correspondence school dentist “Painless” Peter Potter (Bob Hope) unwittingly marries sharpshooter Calamity Jane (Jane Russell) who is hot on the trail of a dangerous renegade gang in the Wild West.
I love the film the Ghost Breakers Its soooo much fun and clever dialoguePublished 11 months ago by I love film
For fans of old movies, Hollywood in it's heyday, Bob Hope especially, this is a must have collection of some of Hope's best. Buy it and enjoy.Published 18 months ago by Winston D. Williams Jr.