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Abbott and Costello Show: 100th Anniversary Collection - Season One [5 Discs] (DVD) (Black & White) (Eng)

  • SKU: 7949358
  • Release Date: 09/05/2006
$34.99
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    Special Features

    • Lou Costello's rare home movies
    • Exclusive interviews with Chris & Paddy Costello
    • DVD premiere of the Abbott & Costello short "10,000 Kids & a Cop" film

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    Includes:
  • 10,000 Kids and a Cop (1948)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: The Dentist Office (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: Lou's Birthday Party (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: Getting a Job (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: Bingo the Chimp (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: Alaska (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: The Vacuum Cleaner Salesman (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: The Army Story (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: Pots and Pans (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: The Charity Bazaar (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: The Western Story (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: The Haunted House (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: Peace and Quiet (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: Hungry (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: The Music Lovers (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: The Politician (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: Television (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: Las Vegas (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: Little Old Lady (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: Safari (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: The Wrestling Match (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: Jail (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: The Vacation (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: Hillary's Birthday (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: The Actors' Home (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: Police Rookies (1953)
  • The Abbott & Costello Show: The Drugstore

    10,000 Kids and a Cop
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    The Abbott & Costello Show: The Dentist Office
    Lou (Lou Costello) has a terrible toothache, and Abbott (Bud Abbott) takes him to see a near-sighted dentist (Sidney Fields). The pair try several other methods to remove the bad tooth, including tying a rope from the tooth to a dog and getting the dog to chase a cat -- to no avail. But Lou's resourcefulness pays off in the end. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi

    The Abbott & Costello Show: Lou's Birthday Party
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: Getting a Job
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: Bingo the Chimp
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: Alaska
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: The Vacuum Cleaner Salesman
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: The Army Story
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: Pots and Pans
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: The Charity Bazaar
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: The Western Story
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: The Haunted House
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: Peace and Quiet
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: Hungry
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: The Music Lovers
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: The Politician
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: Television
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: Las Vegas
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: Little Old Lady
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: Safari
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: The Wrestling Match
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: Jail
    When Lou (Lou Costello) accidentally shoots his neighbor Mrs. Crumbcake (Elvia Allman) out of a tree and perforates her bucket, he ends up in court, being defended by a less-than-competent attorney (Sidney Fields) recommended by Abbott (Bud Abbott). He manages to land in jail over a 79 cent dispute, in the same cell as a lost soul (Sidney Fields) who reacts with comic violence whenever anyone mentions Niagara Falls. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi

    The Abbott & Costello Show: The Vacation
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: Hillary's Birthday
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: The Actors' Home
    No synopsis available.

    The Abbott & Costello Show: Police Rookies
    Bud and Lou get ready to attend police rookie school. Mike the Cop (Gordon Jones) and Mr. Fields (Sidney Fields) are driven out of A&C's apartment by the antics of Bingo the Chimp. And at tryouts for rookie school, Costello runs afoul of Professor Melonhead (Sidney Fields) and judo expert John Halloran -- who tosses him all over the mat -- and ends up on the shooting range, where he manages to ruin another day on duty for Mike the Cop, as well as his sergeant (Emory Parnell). Routines include "Mustard" and lots of gags involving equipment in the gymnasium. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi

    The Abbott & Costello Show: The Drugstore
    In the introductory episode of The Abbott & Costello Show, we meet the two heroes, down-on-their-luck performers who owe too much rent to their landlord, Mr. Fields (Sidney Fields). To help pay it off, slick conman-type Bud Abbott maneuvers roly-poly comic Lou Costello into a job as a soda jerk and counterman at the drugstore owned by Mr. Fields' brother (also played, naturally, by Sidney Fields). Costello tries hard, but he's exasperated by a group of boys who each want five cents' worth of licorice, an alternately aloof and flirty neighbor (Hillary Brooke), an overgrown obnoxious kid (Joe Besser), and an ill-tempered customer (Joe Kirk) who thinks 10 cents is too much to pay for one scoop of ice-cream. This episode also includes one of the funniest moments in the two-season run of the show, Costello's attempt to tell the story of "Jonah and the Whale." Also worth the price of admission is a pair of appearances by Iris Adrian, doing a priceless vaudeville gag. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi

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