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Abbott and Costello routines

Teller skit

The Teller skit, by Abbott and Costello The Teller skit is one of Abbott and Costello’s routines, with Lou Costello misunderstanding “teller” for “tell her”...
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Loan me 50 dollars

Abbott and Costello skit – Loan me 50 dollars One of the classic  Abbott and Costello  routines, where Bud Abbott takes advantage of a common...
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You’re 40, she’s 10

You’re 40, she’s 10 – A classic  Abbott and Costello skit, where  Bud Abbott tries to play a prank on  Lou Costello, only for Lou to use...
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Two Tens for a Five

Two Tens for a five routine, made famous by Bud Abbott and Lou Costello A classic  Abbott and Costello routine, from their first movie,  One Night...
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Vitamin Skit

The Vitamin Skit, with  Abbott and Costello (note: this routine is taken from the  Abbott and Costello radio show) Lou Costello:  Hey Abbott! Bud Abbott:...
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Sandwich and a Cup of Coffee

Abbott and Costello‘s, Turkey Sandwich and Cup of Coffee routine from Keep ‘Em Flying“, 1941. Blackie (Bud Abbott) and Heathcliff (Lou Costello), having been unsuccessful...
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I bet you that you’re not here

I bet you that you’re not here – Abbott and Costello routine In the movie  The Noose Hangs High, there’s a very funny routine, where...
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Gold Ore

Abbott and Costello skit,  Gold Ore Taken from  Abbott and Costello‘€™s radio show, although they also did the same basic routine in  Lost in Alaska,...
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Dyeing Routine

A classic Abbott and Costello routine from their radio show – where Bud Abbott is talking about his Uncle Herman who works in a dye factory,...
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Watts and Volts

A classic  Abbott and Costello  routine, in the style of  Who’s on First?, where Bud Abbott tries to explain electricity —  Watts and Volts —...