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Thanks for the Memories, Bob! | For most of the 20th century, Bob Hope owned the crown as the King of Comedy on stage, on radio, on the silver screen and television. In fact, no performer made a more successful and seamless transition into the world of television than Hope. For a remarkable 50 years, his hilarious TV specials became the showcase for the stars of the day and defined the variety show for a generation of loyal fans. Hope s unique brand of humor became his calling card worldwide as America s Goodwill Ambassador. | An absolute must for any fan, this extraordinary DVD collection (authorized by the Hope estate) captures Bob s favorite TV moments, rare vintage clips, outtakes, movie shorts, Christmas specials, recalling World War II, performing for GIs around the world and his first ever radio appearance. Discs 1 & 2: 50 Years of Laughter(Volume 1), 50 Years of Laughter (Volume 2), Hope for the Holidays, Salute to the Troops. | Discs 3 & 4:
Celebrity Bloopers, Special Features: 1st Ever Radio Appearance, Movie shorts, Memories of World War II, World of Comedy.
Anything about Bob Hope is a winner. No one made me laugh like him.
Being a veteran I appreciate all the times he went overseas to be with our men and women.
A great comedian, a great American who cared more for our soldiers than anyone, anyone, in the government. The troops knew it, they felt it. The greatest gift...the gift of HOPE!Published 23 months ago by Joe Elliott
It is great! Really miss seeing him and his stand up comedy! Would buy more of his videos! Really Great!Published on January 28, 2013 by Debra Fox
To my sorrow, it is mostly advertisements of different actors and people appearing on his shows. I hoped for full shows.Published on January 27, 2013 by I. M. Santo
Bob Hope is one of those timeless comedians that you can watch over and over again. These bring back such great memories of a time where we could laugh at good clean humor. Read morePublished on January 26, 2013 by BoydsBoys