She’s penny wise

She's penny wise - From the Abbott and Costello radio show, "Driving Lessons with Marilyn" - Lou talks about his would-be romance with the beautiful Marilyn Maxwell
She’s penny wise –  From the Abbott and Costello radio show, “Driving Lessons with Marilyn” – Lou talks about his would-be romance with the beautiful Marilyn Maxwell Lou Costello: There’s only one problem with our romance; She’s penny wise. Bud Abbott: Marilyn’s penny wise?
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Abbott and Costello talk about horses

Bud Abbott and Lou Costello talk about horses – a joke from Abbott and Costello’s radio show, April 28, 1948
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello talk  about horses – a joke from Abbott and Costello’s radio show, April 28, 1948 Bud Abbott: Talk sense. What do you know about horses. Lou Costello: Abbott, I was born on a horse. Bud Abbott: How could you be born on a horse?
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Abbott and Costello meet Microsoft Windows

Abbott and Costello meet Microsoft Windows - an imaginary conversation where Abbott tries to tell Costello how to shut down Microsoft Windows
Abbott and Costello meet Microsoft Windows – an imaginary conversation where Abbott tries to tell Costello how to shut down Microsoft Windows (Editor’s note: the great comedy team of  Abbott and Costello  passed away before either Bud Abbott or Lou Costello could have used Microsoft Windows™—but isn’t it...
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Abbott and Costello talk about Lou’s new dog

Abbott and Costello talk about Lou's new dog, a Christmas present from Mrs. Niles - from the Abbott and Costello radio show
Abbott and Costello talk about Lou’s new dog, a Christmas present from Mrs. Niles – from the Abbott and Costello radio show (From Abbott and Costello’s radio show, December 30, 1943) Lou Costello: Oh, Abbott, the worst thing just happened to me! Bud Abbott: No! Lou Costello: Yeah, Mrs....
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The Best of Abbott and Costello volume 4

 Simply put, a collection of the Abbott and Costello films, starring Bud Abbott and the con-man straight man, partner to his pal, the comedian Lou Costello.   The DVD includes the 6 films (click the titles for individual reviews):
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Comin’ Round the Mountain

Comin' Round the Mountain, starring Abbott and Costello, Dorothy Shay, Margaret Hamilton
Comin’€™ Round the Mountain, starring Abbott and Costello  Imagine Abbott and Costello in the midst of the legendary mountain feud of the Hatfields and the McCoys, and you have Comin’ Round the Mountain. It’s a very funny film, with Lou Costello as the “long-lost” grandson of Squeezebox McCoy,...
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Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion

Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion - Bud Abbott - Lou Costello
Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion  (1950) starring Bud Abbott, Lou Costello In  Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion  Bud Jones (Bud Abbott) and Lou Hotchkiss (Lou Costello) are wrestling promoters whose star attraction, Abdullah, skips town to return to his home in Arabia. While scouring...
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Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, (1953) starring Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Boris Karloff  Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde  is considered by many  Abbott and Costello  fans to be one of their worst efforts.   Although it has many very funny...
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The Noose Hangs High

The Noose Hangs High - Bud Abbott and Lou Costello - DVD cover
The Noose Hangs High (1948) starring Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Cathy Downs, Leon Errol Synopsis of  The Noose Hangs High Bud Abbott and Lou Costello are working for the Speedy Service window washing company when Ted Higgins (Bud Abbott) and Tommy Hinchcliffe (Lou Costello) work for the Speedy...
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Lou Costello plays it straight

TV Guide - Lou Costello plays it straight
originally published in TV Guide (November 1-7, 1958) LOU COSTELLO PLAYS IT STRAIGHT Veteran Comic Goes Dramatic in Television Western By Dan Jenkins Lou Costello, the short, rotund , butt-end of one of the entertainment world’s longest running (22 years) comedy teams,  Is working as a single these...
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