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Bud Abbott and Lou Costello deliver their "usual high quota of laughs" (The Hollywood Reporter) in this hysterically funny slapstick farce that boasts some of their most beloved comedy bits, such as the immortal "Mudder and Fodder" routine! Window washers Ted Higgins and Homer Hinchcliffe (Abbott & Costello) are mistaken for messengers and sent to collect $50,000 by a gangster who runs a gambling syndicate. But Homer inadvertently mails the cash to a woman (Cathy Downs) who spends it before they can track her down. Faced with a thirty-six hour deadline to come up with the gangster's dough, the desperate trio must act quickly or it'll be their necks!
A lot of their routines are in this movie. Lou was exceptionally great.Published 25 days ago by Richard Gibson
Love the classic skits. There's even one I've never seen before.Published 1 month ago by Lillian Vito
Not bad. Some Abbott and Costello films haven't stood the test of time but this one is pretty good.Published 2 months ago by Maine Boy
I've always loved Abbott and Costello! I doubt they made a bad movie! My favorites are the ones where they meet the monsters! I have loved them since I was a child! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kinsey M.