The best of Bud Abbott and Lou Costello. Volume 1 / Universal Studios ; a Universal picture ; Universal presents.
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- Physical Description: 4 videodiscs (675 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
- Edition: [Full screen].
- Publisher: Universal City, CA : Universal Studios Home Entertainment, .
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disc 1. One night in the tropics (83 min. : 1940) / screenplay, Gertrude Purcell, Charles Grayson ; adapted by Kathryn Scola and Francis Martin ; associate producer, Leonard Spigelgass ; directed by A. Edward Sutherland -- Buck privates (85 min. : 1941) / original screenplay, Arthur T. Horman ; special material for Abbott and Costello, John Grant ; associate producer, Alex Gottlieb ; directed by Arthur Lubin --
disc 2. In the Navy (86 min. : 1941) / screenplay, Arthur T. Horman, John Grant ; original story, Arthur T. Horman ; associate producer, Alex Gottlieb ; directed by Arthur Lubin -- Hold that ghost (86 min. : 1941) / screenplay by Robert Lees, Fred Rinaldo, John Grant ; original story, Robert Lees, Fred Rinaldo ; associate producers, Burt Kelly, Glenn Tryon ; directed by Arthur Lubin --
disc 3. Keep 'em flying (87 min. : 1941) / screenplay by True Boardman, Nat Perrin, John Grant ; original story, Edmund L. Hartmann ; associate producer, Glenn Tryon ; directed by Arthur Lubin -- Ride 'em cowboy (86 min. : 1942) / screenplay by True Boardman, John Grant ; adapted by Harold Shumate ; from an original story by Edmund L. Hartmann ; associate producer, Alex Gottlieb ; directed by Arthur Lubin --
disc 4. Pardon my sarong (84 min. : 1942) / a Mayfair production ; original screenplay, True Boardman, Nat Perrin, John Grant ; associate producer, Alex Gottlieb ; directed by Erle C. Kenton -- Who done it? (78 min. : 1942) / screenplay, Stanley Roberts, Edmund Joseph, John Grant ; original story, Stanley Roberts ; associate producer, Alex Gottlieb ; directed by Erle C. Kenton.
One night in the tropics: Abbott and Costello play "two stooges employed by Roscoe, a crooked nightclub owner. Having financed a dubious 'love insurance' policy, Roscoe wants the boys to ensure that Steve marries his hard-to-get girlfriend as they travel to fun in the sun aboard a luxury ocean liner bound for San Marcos, South America.".
Buck privates: Abbott and Costello hide in an enlistment center to elude the police, and find themselves in the army.
In the Navy: Two sailors bound for duty on the high seas befriend a singing star who has ditched the limelight for a quiet enlisted life, and try to help him evade an ambitious reporter intent on using his new identity for her big story.
Hold that ghost: Strange things start to happen when Abbott and Costello claim their inheritance, an abandoned roadhouse.
Keep 'em flying: Bud and Lou enlist in the Army Air Corps and get caught up in a love triangle.
Ride 'em cowboy: The duo head to the Lazy S ranch to hide after Lou accidentally proposes to an Indian girl.
Pardon my sarong: Bud and Lou travel to the south seas where Lou is mistaken for a legendary god.
Who done it?: Slapstick comedy thriller in which two radio writers become involved in a real murder while they are recording a whodunit play.
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DVD; full screen; Dolby Digital 2.0 mono
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