Bob Hope & Bing Crosby
Bob Hope, KBE, KCSG, KSS (born Leslie Townes Hope; May 29, 1903 July 27, 2003) was a British-born American comedian and actor who appeared in vaudeville, on Broadway, and in radio, television and movies. Harry Lillis Bing Crosby (May 3, 1903 – October 14, 1977) was an American singer and actor./5
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If Cordell Hull had taken Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters to France in 1938, would WWII have been prevented?
where's the classic Christmas shows? Put on some Bob Hope, Dean Martin, Bing Crosby for goodness sake. No classics - U suk
It seems that the movie The Interview is actually a remake of the Bing Crosby, Bob Hope classic, On the Road to Seoul, where 2 killer comedians doing a whirlwind tour of Asia are blown off course as they fly their Dakota through an epic snowstorm and they land in North Korea. While doing their show a North Korean Security Chief laughs so hard he accidentally squeezes the trigger if his firearm killing the country's leader. After the show our comedian friends go back home and join with their friends to share a Thanksgiving dinner.
Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Arthur Godfrey and Perry Como wish you the gift of cigarettes this Christmas season.
At the age of 37, Bing Crosby had 24 films behind him and his Hollywood career was at a crossroads. He found the perfect comedic partner in Bob Hope, with wh...
The Road to Morocco is one of my favorites! MT "Bob Hope and Bing Crosby made quite a pair
Just saw Billy Crystal on the Today Show. He was great and gave another wonderful tribute to Robin Williams. When I think of the two of them together I think of them as the modern day Bing Crosby & Bob Hope comedy duo!
Bing Crosby was born on 3rd May 1903 and Bob Hope was born 29th May 1903
I like you even more after hearing you say that you love Bing Crosby and Bob Hope
.Not sure if you have this one. Bob Hope & Bing Crosby when they were partial owners of these teams
I don't remember. I recall it wasn't well-received (most critics didn't like that it was like the Bob Hope / Bing Crosby movies).
Good Thursday morning .. a chilly one out there .. expect another day like yesterday, but not as windy. Tiger bullpen blows another great game .. they'll try again today. May 29th .. let's take a look back .. 1790, Rhode Island became out smallest and 13th state .. 1848, Wisconsin became our 30th state .. 1916, the President's flag was adopted .. 1942, Bing Crosby recorded "White Christmas" .. and Jews is Paris were forced to wear a yellow star on their coats .. 1953, Sir Edmund Hillary and his guide were the first to reach the top of Mount Everest .. 1964, the World War II Memorial was dedicated in D.C. .. 1972, the Osmonds' album "Phase III" went gold .. 1973, Tom Bradley became the 1st black mayor of Los Angeles .. 1977, Janet Guthrie became the 1st woman to race in the Indy 500 .. and in 1999, the body of Iron Butterfly's Philip Kramer was found .. and Discovery made the 1st docking with the International Space Station. Folks born May 29th were Patrick Henry in 1730 .. Bob Hope in '03 .. John Fitzg .. ...
Am I the only fan who didn't know Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Pearl Bailey & Carol Burnett did “Company”?
Perhaps I'm too much of a DFW geek, but I still call them "Bing Crosby" and "Bob Hope".
They have a kind of Bob Hope and Bing Crosby thing going on.
On the Road is a way better book if you imagine Sal Paradise as Bob Hope and Dean Moriarty as Bing Crosby
Bing Crosby and Bob Hope are on The Road To Hong Kong, tonight at 9pm ET/ 6pm PT.
Lets Go Tribe and Bucs!. Bob Hope and Bing Crosby know what I'm talking about.
"I'll lay you 8 to 5 that we meet Dorothy Lamour!" Road to Morocco theme song, Bing Crosby and Bob Hope, 1942
Bing Crosby and Bob Hope: the first comics to work in meta.
I feel terrible. Im sick. At least I have Bob Hope and Bing Crosby.
Guest Teacher - Bob Richard 3/16 INTERMEDIATE THEATER DANCE Sunday 3:30 – 5:00pm Bob Richard is the choreographer of Broadway’s top selling Christmas show How the Grinch Stole Christmas!: The Musical. Off Broadway, Bob was honored to work with the York Theatre Company in The Road to Qatar!, the true new musical comedy honoring the road films of Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. His work has also been seen on The Today Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and center stage for Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Bob’s choreography has also been seen in Film festivals across the country.
March 10, 1910: D.W. Griffith launches the Hollywood film industry with In Old California, the first film to be made in the new municipality. March 10, 1922: Hollywood hires former postmaster general Will H. Hays to oversee “moral and artistic standards in motion picture production.” March 14, 1930: With “give me a vhiskey with a ginger ale on the side–and don’t be stingy, baby,” Garbo talks! in MGM’s Anna Christie. March 11, 1931: The German director of Nosferatu and Sunrise, F.W. Murnau, 42, is killed in a car accident on the Santa Barbara Highway. March 10, 1932: Paramount Pictures abandons the East Coast for Hollywood, shutting down its Astoria, Long Island studios. March 13, 1934: Walt Disney, accepting his prize for The Three Little Pigs, is the first winner to refer to the gold statuette as an “Oscar.” March 13, 1940: In roles originally planned for Jack Oakie and Fred Macmurray, Bob Hope and Bing Crosby first team up in Road to Singapore. March 9, 1945: Filmed over a seven-month ...
Dorothy Lamour (December 10, 1914 – September 22, 1996) was an American actress and singer. She is best remembered for appearing in the Road to... movies, a series of successful comedies starring Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. Lamour began her career in the 1930s as a big band singer. In 1936, she moved to Hollywood where she signed with Paramount Pictures. Her appearance as "Ulah" in The Jungle Princess (1936) brought her fame and also marked the beginning of her image as the "Sarong Queen." In 1940, Lamour made her first Road to... comedy film, Road to Singapore. The Road to... films were popular during the 1940s. The sixth film in the series, Road to Bali, was released in 1952. By that time, Lamour's screen career began to wane and she focused on stage and television work. In 1961, Crosby and Hope teamed up for one more, The Road to Hong Kong, but actress Joan Collins was cast as the female lead. Lamour made a brief appearance and sang a song near the end of that film. In the 1970s, Lamour revived her ...
It occurred to me tonight that my generation is no longer in charge. People who were newborns when we were finishing high school and college (back in the 1960s and 1970s), are now the commentators on the news, the CEOs, the forty-ish teachers and professors, our nurses and doctors. Our children smile indulgently --'cause they love u--s when we wax rhapsodically about Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young; or about The Beatles, or about growing our hair long and *ing in the mud at Woodstock. Except for a few rock bands, our culture is gone and forgotten --although we still impose it on everyone. You haven't lived until you've heard "Light My Fire" as light-jazzy elevator music.. Try this out on your teenage grandchildren: Ask them who the following were: Bob Hope, Jack Benny, Al Jolson, Hubert Humphrey, Princess Grace, Gene Kelly, John Ford, Arthur Godfrey, Alan Shepard, Barry Goldwater, Gus Grissom, Yuri Gagarin, Winston Churchill, George Burns, Bing Crosby, Steve Allen, Norman Mailer, and Jackie Gleason. Tell m ...
Sometimes I think it'd be wonderful if they made movies like the old "Road to..." movies with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope, or Bud Abbott and Lou Costello movies... but with Tom Hiddleston and Benedict Cumberbatch... they just have that classic hollywood feel.
Yep, still with us.may I inquire to ask. WHY...WHY GOD? Bring back Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dean Martin.Joey Bishop even., take her instead. LMAO.. IT's A JOKE, a sick one, but a JOKE alll the same.
I want my AMERICA BACK, I miss those things that the Liberals and other evil people have had removed or changed. Prayer in school, the Pledge of allegiance to the United States of America, MERRY CHRISTMAS being a very good thing to say, and to see on banners at stores and office buildings, schools and elsewhere. 4th. of July celebrated like it once was, with parades. Kindness, no legalized Abortions, No legalized Marijuana or other drugs, No Same Sex marriage, No UNI-sex bathrooms, No open Homosexuals in government or schools or the military. No Obama or all of his Liberal kind. No Madelyn Murray Ohara. No Al Sharpton, or Dennis Rodman to name just 2 of the thousands like them. No Miley Cyrus, Lindsey Lohan, or Britany Spears or other *** like them. No George Clooney or other hollywood punks. NO SUCH TERM AS " P O L I T I C A L C O R R E C T N E S S " Give me John Wayne, Ronald Reagan, Johnny Carson, Ed Sullivan, Frank Sinatra, Marlyn Monroe, Charleston Heston, Bing Crosby and Bob Hope, Lucille Ball and . ...
The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty with Danny Kay has to be close to one of my favorites. Up there with the Road Movies with Dorothy Lamor, Bob Hope and Bing Crosby! Ben Affleck and friends you gat a lot to live up to.
"Silver Bells" is a classic Christmas song, composed by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. "Silver Bells" was first performed by Bob Hope and Marilyn Maxwell in the motion picture The Lemon Drop Kid, filmed in July–August 1950 and released in March 1951. The first recorded version was by Bing Crosby and Carol Richards, released by Decca Records in October 1950. After the Crosby and Richards recording became popular, Hope and Maxwell were called back in late 1950 to refilm a more elaborate production of the song. "Silver Bells" started out as the questionable "Tinkle Bells." Said Ray Evans, "We never thought that tinkle had a double meaning until Jay went home and his first wife said, 'Are you out of your mind? Do you know what the word tinkle is?'" The word is child's slang for urination. This song's inspiration came from by the bells used by Salvation Army people on New York City street corners. The song charted in the United Kingdom for the first time in 2009 when a duet by Sir Terry Wogan and Aled J ...
Beautiful Dorothy Lamour sings 'CONSTANTLY' to Bob Hope in 1942's ROAD TO MOROCCO, as an envious Bing Crosby looks on!
Never guess what am doing, baking and listening to Christmas radio shows by the USO, Armed Forces radio, CBS & NBC from WWII and in the 50's. What is astonishing, I know most of the actors, singers and comedians like, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Harry James, Jimmy Durante, Dinah Shore, Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, Eddie Fisher, Don Ameche & Kay Kyser And the best part are the commercials/sponsers, like Armed Forces, Eglin Watches, Camel cigarettes, Ins Co of No. America. Most important part, Christ/God was brought into every show not once but several times by stories, songs or comments. Family and friends were the priority while presents were one or two favorites given out not the commercialized of today. Sad it has changed so much the meaning of Christmas.
7 things you may not know about me...thanks Emily Houck 1. I body surfed and boogie boarded while growing up in Huntington Beach 2. My first college I attended was Murray State in Murray, KY 3. One of my favorite bands of all times is Oingo Boingo 4. I often believe I was born in the wrong era - I LOVE Carey Grant, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, and Danny Kaye! 5. I had goals of becoming an Animal Nutritionist (equine emphasis) and living in Kentucky - but with a turn of events, I became a teacher - BEST decision EVER! 6. I worked at the swine unit while attending Murray State and pigs became my second favorite animal behind horses 7. I have been a student at 5 different colleges The first person to like this will get a number from me!
Okay, people keep giving me numbers and I try to get out of it by telling them I did this already, but I am giving in. Here are some more random facts about me. Why not take advantage of the opportunity to talk about myself with people actually wanting to hear it. 1. My favorite super hero is Captain America. I grew up a military brat so you kind of end up bleeding red, white, and blue. I think the new Captain America movies and the new character is really cool, but I grew up with comics and as far as live action this is the Captain I remember: Yep, I ended up riding motorcycle when I got older. 2. I grew up watching classic movies. Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Cary Grant, The Rat Pack, Jerry Lewis, Abbot & Costello, Sophia Loren, Laurel & Hardy, Rock Hudson, Gregory Peck, Ingrid Bergman, Jack Lemmon, Audrey Hepburn, Elvis Presley, Lauren Bacall, Jimmy Stewart, Doris Day, Ava Gardner, Greta Garbo, Spencer Tracy, Paul Newman, Judy Garland, Henry Fonda, and many others, and of course Marilyn Monroe. Those are man ...
Hello there Ladies and Germs. Sounds like a Bob Hope opening from the 1940's. Bob Hope and his best buddy Bing Crosby are out of the World Series again. Remember Hope was talked into buying a piece of the Cleveland Indians by his friend Crosby, who owned part of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Next to fishing and golf, Crosby loved baseball. Big doings in sports this week, World Series starts Wednesday, 8 PM on Fox rematch of 2004 going all red with the Cardinals looking for World Championship title and the Sawx looking for their 8th Fall Classic win. Who ya got? Also on tap this week, for those few of us in the U.S. and for the rest of the World who have a rooting interest in the most popular sport on the planet, football, (soccer to Americans) the UEFA Champions League games are on all week. Check which cable system you use. DirecTV is channels 219 (Fox Sports 1), 220 (NBCSN), 618 (Fox Sports 2) and 621 and 621-1 (Fox Soccer Plus.) Baseball history on tap now. 1. On October 21, 1973, it's Game 7, W ...
The Hotel Georgia: A Vancouver Tradition . The celebrities who stayed there included Edward, Prince of Wales (later the abdicating King Edward VIII), John Barrymore, John Wayne, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Nat ‘King’ Cole (who integrated the hotel), Marlene Dietrich, Kather - ine Hepburn and Beatrice Lillie. My favourite story in the book tells of the sharp-witted Lillie sailing into her room followed by a flock of reporters and spotting a pigeon on the window sill. She opened the window and asked the pigeon, “Any messages?”
Just like romantic movies, the buddy film is a tricky balancing act that requires the perfect blend of personality, conflict and camaraderie. Basically, you want to see these two friends interact onscreen just as much as you want to see the guy get his girl. When this works it adds an extra layer of entertainment to any genre. Abbott had his Costello, Bob Hope had his Bing Crosby and (for a much briefer time, unfortunately) Paul Newman had his Robert Redford in... BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID (1969). This was considered a new type of western as the moviegoer was basically asked to root for the bad guys; bad guys who were shown in an almost comical light, making them extremely likable. The antihero was born and authority was being questioned, a common theme in the late 60s. However, this movie succeeds on the relationship between Butch and Sundance. Their breezy banter is some of the most recognized in movie history, right down to the final scene. If you're going to leap off of a cliff to es ...
It's Tuesday, and the week *** already, right? Not even hump day yet. Well, we have the cure for that. If you've already had your fill of and Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, how about The Legends of Comedy from Readers Digest? This 3-VHS set takes you all the way back to The Golden Age of Comedy and the silent era of the 1920s and 30s with Charlie Chaplin, Hal Roach (creator of the Little Rascals), king of the pie fight movie Mack Sennett, the Keystone Cops, Buster Keaton and more! Then, on to The Fabulous '40s with Great Stars of Film and Radio such as Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Edgar Bergen and more! Rounding out the set is TV Comedy Classics: The 50s and 60s, which includes "Uncle Miltie" Milton Berle, Jack Benny, George Burns, Jackie Gleason and more! What a great set this is. This will keep you going for the rest of the week on into next! Only $10, plus shipping.
Famous Puerto Ricans: Marquita Rivera (May 18, 1922 - October 21, 2002) was a Puerto Rican actress, singer and dancer who became the first Puerto Rican actress to appear in a major Hollywood motion picture, Road to Rio, opposite Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour.Dubbed the "Queen of La Conga," "Queen of Latin Rhythm" and "Latin Hurricane" during various stages of her career, Rivera, went on to enjoy a strong musical career both in the United States and in her native Puerto Rico. A childhood friend of bandleader Tito Puente, Rivera's musical talents were noticed early. Born Maria Heroina Rivera de Santiago in Fajardo, Puerto Rico, she was the youngest in a family of seven sons and five daughters. The de Santiagos moved to New York City when Rivera was only three months old and it was there that her musical career blossomed. Studying dance and flamenco at an early age (6), she originally studied with Rita Hayworth's father, well-known dance master Eduardo Cansino. Rita herself gave Rivera a set of ca ...
Remember when the Bob Hope and Bing Crosby movies were all the rage? That's the kind of Road rage I like. :)
Whenever I see a woman wearing a veil being interviewed on Channel Forthright News I think of Bob Hope and Bing Crosby in The Road To Morocco. Bob's eyes could be really funny.
This event will be a once in a life time. Relive and be part of A Bob Hope USO Show. featuring close facsimilies of: Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Marilyn Monroe, The Mills Brothers, The Chordetts, and the King.Elvis plus much more. Enjoy all the Music and Laughter while supporting the Leeds and Greville United Way.
Movie company execs reveal new plans to remake the Bing Crosby & Bob Hope movie series The Road to... with Patrick Stewart and Ian Mckellen. lol
"The Road to Damascus" .. Bob Hope and Bing Crosby!! I'd rather see that than what we're seeing in Damascus now.
Road to Bali (1952) screens on [Ade] at 11:30am Wednesday [AEST]. (Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour)
I miss the 5 kings of entertainment Bob Hope, George Burns, Bing Crosby, Jack Benny and Nipsy Russell. At least we still have Albert brooks
.OMG, what have come to? Sharks, werewolves, vampires and gangsters have replaced Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Esther Williams. :(
In 1963, Judy Garland was a forty-one year old fading star just a few short years from her own premature death from a drug overdose, while Barbra Streisand was twenty-one and an emerging star who already had a cult following. Garland, always broke, needed her new television show to be a hit -- and Streisand had a reputation as a guest star who could bring standout ratings and reviews. And so it was that Garland pieced together her own fragile self-confidence and invited the irrepressible Streisand to be a guest on her show: "At forty-one, Garland looked a decade older. Pills, alcohol, heartache, illness, roller-coaster dieting -- and the recent ongoing battles with her husband over their children -- had all taken their toll. This television show, for which she'd now taped eight episodes, was supposed to make her rich. That was what Begelman and Fields had promised. Garland was always broke, due to bad financial management and overspending. She envied male contemporaries such as Bing Crosby and Bob Hope wh ...
Variety Magazine mentioned my father in 1985 when he and Bob Hope co-chaired the Bing Crosby Historical Society's...
Popular Culture Popular Films Road to Morocco, starring Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, and Dorothy Lamour Casablanca Bambi Mrs. Miniver Yankee Doodle Dandy Holiday Inn Popular Musicians " White Christmas " Bing Crosby " Deep in the heart of Texas " by Alvino Ray
Bing Crosby and Bob Hope are carnival performers in this number from Road to Rio (1947).
REVIEW: Identity Thief Not original or funny enough to warrant a follow-up viewing Due Date did it three years ago. Planes, Trains & Automobiles did it better than both of them. So what does Identity Thief have to offer to the already-overloaded “road movie” genre? Turns out not too much. Identity Thief is the story of a man who has his identity stolen and must bring the identity stealer all the way across the country in order to clear his name and keep his job. It is, in no way, shape or form, an original idea. Bing Crosby and Bob Hope perfected this situational comedy style way back in the 1940s. Thousands upon thousands of similarly-themed movies have been made since then. But if you’re asking yourself why should you give this movie a shot, then the answer is simple: You either like Jason Bateman or Melissa Mccarthy enough to watch it. As mentioned before, it’s very similar to 2010’s Due Date. Unlike Due Date, where I found Zach Galifianakis and Robert Downey Jr. both equally annoying, Identi ...
1991's "Hudson Hawk" with Bruce Willis and for all it's excessive bad-mouthing (from the critics), a lot more entertaining than it's given credit for.plus where else are you going to see Willis and Danny Aiello as a modern day Bob Hope and Bing Crosby and pure Looney Tunes-style silliness throughout!
Kinko the Contortionist!! The father of my mothers uncle. Appeared on the Ed Sullivan show numerous times. Kinko's son, George had a house littered with memorabilia. Pictures of Kinko, Bob Hope, and Bing Crosby hanging out.if I remember correctly.
U da Bob Hope to my Bing Crosby mhm
Road To Bali was the 6th. in the series of 'Road' pictures and the only one to be filmed in Technicolor. Bing Crosby and Bob Hope play two song and dance men...
The great Leslie Townes Hope (Bob), was born on this day in 1903. He had funny movies, mostly with Bing Crosby, in the "Road" movies, especially. His TV specials were great, and of course his trips to see the troops, wherever they were at the time. One of the best entertainers ever. He was 100 years old, when he died, July 27, 2003. His humour has been greatly missed since. RIP Bob.
Bob & Bing's Road Show, starring Lynn Roberts as Bob Hope and Bob Pasch as Bing Crosby, is formatted as a 1940's NBC radio
Anita Gravine's recent release of various songs that were featured in the "Road To" series that featured Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. Jimmy Van Heusen composed the music and Johnny Burke provided the lyrics.
C2C Gallery functions like a small art center. Christi Dreese paints there. Artists drop off their fresh ceramics there. It is said that Bob Walma and Lee Brown are practically a buddy movie there, like Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. After two years, Cindy Casemier has cultivated a cast of characters which is an artistic family as close as the team at Uptown Gallery or the secret society behind the Fire Barn Gallery. Grand Haven could do well with another C2C Gallery, but such places are guided by people with commitment and an extra special knack. C2C Gallery might be the source of the Coal Tipple Resistance, which is natural because the Tipple is made out of concrete, a ceramic. C2C Gallery, with Christi Dreese's help, leads efforts to preserve the Grand Haven lighthouse. Good things beginning at a modest storefront. Visit!
Roberta Burke is my mom. Among art, travel, friends, family, kids, grandkids and great grandkids, she LOVES music. Can't sing all that great or play anything, though, but that has never stopped her. She's never nudged her way onto stages or choirs, only stepping up when invited. Growing up, we never missed the most important music events television allowed us to witness, like the Beatles on Ed Sullivan, and all the other musical variety shows and specials with the newest songs, Shindig, Hootenany, Johnny Cash, Bing Crosby, Tom Jones, The Hollywood Bowl, Bob Hope, Dean Martin, Wayne Newton, Andy Williams, Frank Sinatra or Liberace, you name it, we watched it. The Partridge Family and the Monkees. We watched the Saturday night country shows, too. Panther Hall, the Wilburn Brothers, Porter Waggoner, Buck Owens, Hee-Haw. If she was excited, we wanted to check it out. Never one time made us watch Perry Como or Lawrence Welk. We watched all the Elvis and Frankie and Annette beach movies, too. She once won a rad ...
OutLived Dorothy Lamour, who made all those Road movies with Bing Crosby & Bob Hope (who lived to be 100)
This Day in Music History for February 27th: ON THIS DAY February 27th: 1563 - William Byrd is appointed organist at Lincoln Cathedral. 1814 - Ludwig von Beethovens 8th Symphony in F, premieres. 1854 - Composer Robert Schumann saved from suicide attempt in Rhine. 1936 - Chuck Glaser is born in Spalding, Nebraska. A 1970 winner of the Country Music Association's vocal group of the year award, Tompall & The Glaser Brothers net hits in 1971 and 1981, and sing on Marty Robbins' "El Paso." 1946 - The fourth in the series of "Road" movies, "Road to Utopia," starring Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy Lamour, premiered in New York City. 1956 - Little Richard released the single "Long Tall Sally" b/w "Slippin' and Slidin.'" 1957 - "The Xavier Cugat Show," a live, 15-minute program of mostly Latin music as performed by Cugat's band and his then-wife, singer Abbe Lane, premiered on NBC-TV. 1959 - Billy Grammer became a member of the Grand Ole Opry. 1959 - Jerry Lee Lewis and his wife Myra Gale welcomed the arrival ...
Seth Macphalane=Bob Hope; Halle Berry= Dorothy Lamour. But who could be Bing Crosby? in new "Road To." movies
Bing Crosby, John Wayne, Bob Hope, Red Skelton, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. They have all passed on and they have been replaced with Jay-Z, Nikki Minaj, Marilyn Manson and Lil Wayne. How much longer will the youth of America sit silently and witness the decay of the moral fabric of our society? Is there not a voice among our youth that will be bold enough to speak out for that which is just and right even while being ridiculed by their peers and professors? They will dismiss me and what I have to say as a member of that generation they have grown to resent. But you have the ear of your friends, your classmates and your co-workers. How much longer will you remain silent? DBK
Dorothy Lamour. Worked with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby a lot. She reminds me of Missy. Sassy like. U know!
Patti Andrews, the last of The Andrew Sisters, has died at the age o 94. Some of you may not know who she was, but they were the greatest act in the '40's, '50's and even into the 'early '60's. THey did many USO tours w/Bob Hope, entertaing the troops. They appeared in movies w/Hope, Bing Crosby & othere greats ("Road To Rio" was one). They performed w/ such great bands as Glen Miller, the Dorseys, Bob Crosby and singers as Carmen Miranda, *** Haynes, Crosby, Desi Arnez & others! "Boogie-Woogie Bugle Boy" and "I'll Be With You (In Apple Blossom Time)" were two very great hits for the sisters. They were from an era when songs xould be understood, had meaning and reflected the trials & happiness of life. Bette Midler had high praise for the sisters, especially Patti. RIP, Patti; you will be missed. I am sure your sisters are waiting for you in heaven.
CNYNews.com Baby Boomer Alert : How Many Remember The Mike Douglas Show ??? ~~~ By BIG CHUCK [ 2 weeks ago ] Mike Douglas was a constant “ afternoon companion ” to all Baby Boomers !!! ... His afternoon show aired weekday afternoons starting in 1963. Mike was unusual in that he would have a co-host that would stay on his show for the entire week. These co-hosts included Bing Crosby, John and Yoko Lennon, Martha Mitchell, Kate Smith, Jimmy Stewart, Lucille Ball and Bob Hope. imdb.com Mike was also a singer of great fame. He started with the Kay Kyser Big Band and was even featured as the voice of Prince Charming in the Disney animated classic Cinderella. In 1966 he scored hi only Top Forty hit with “ The Men in My Little Girl’s Life ''. It was always comforting to know that when you got home from school in, say, 1964, that Mike Douglas would be on the TV waiting to entertain you. Featured Photos : Michael Douglas Host Michael Shatner Actor Tiny Tiger Woods Golfer Mike Douglas Host Bob *** ...
Couldn't sleep last night, so I compiled a list of 5 of my favourite films. Here goes: 'A Connecticut Yankee at the court of King Arthur', starring Bing Crosby and William Bendix 'Charlie's Aunt' Jack Benny 'The road to Utopia' with Bing Crosby & Bob Hope 'Going my Way' Bing Crosby . pattern beginning to emerge here. 'San Francisco' Jeannette McDonald & Clarke Gable. So. they're very old and most of them funny. What say you?
What a combo! Enjoyed both, but really wanted Hobo on the Road to Calvary co starring Bob Hope & Bing Crosby.
suggests that they remake the classic "Road to..." movies that starred Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson would be great and actually fit the comedy characteristics that the original duo had. Anyone?
Bing Crosby and Bob Hope may have never been on The Road to Mali but U.S. special forces sure are.
This Day In Crime History Dec 10, 1963: Frank Sinatra Jr. endures a frightening ordeal Frank Sinatra Jr., who was kidnapped in Lake Tahoe, California, on December 8, is allowed to talk to his father briefly. The 19-year-old man, who was trying to follow in his father's footsteps by pursuing a singing career, was abducted at gunpoint from his hotel room at Harrah's Casino and taken to Canoga Park, an area of Southern California's San Fernando Valley. After the brief conversation between father and son, the kidnappers demanded a ransom of $240,000. Barry Keenan, the young mastermind behind the scheme, had also considered abducting the sons of Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. But he and his partners decided upon Frank Sinatra Jr. because they thought he would be tough enough to handle the stress of a kidnapping. Although the crime was originally scheduled for November, President Kennedy's assassination delayed their plan. Immediately following his son's abduction, Frank Sr. received offers of assistance from Attorn ...
Monday :( and only 15 days till Christmas - Have your started your christmas shopping yet (I havent) Anyway, famous birthdays today starts with a sad one, Actor from The Green Mile who passed away this year - Michael Clarke DUNCAN (1957-2012); SUSAN DEY 59 from The Partridge Family; Dorothy Lamour (1914-1996) Teamed with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope in "Road" movies and DAN BLOCKER (1928-1972)"Bonanza" fans recall middle brother *** Cartwright
LOOK BACK.71 YEARS AGO...12/07 ...1941 News of the time...The Japanese launch a surprise air attack the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor. President Roosevelt and the Congress declares war on Japan. Sports... In the World Series it's NY vs NY and the Yanks beat the Brooklyn Dodgers. Heavyweight boxing champion Joe Louis beats Buddy Baer in 7 rounds. Movies and music. Best Movie was "How Green Was My Valley" Best Actor was Gary Cooper for "Sergeant York.". Music we liked.. Glenn Miller's "Chattanooa Choo Choo", and Bing Crosby sang "Dolores." - hm I never heard the song, but His buddy, Bob Hope's wife's name was Dolores...was the song about her? - Birthdays of note. Actor Ted Knight (1923) and Baseball player Johnny Bench (1947) Prices...Milk $ .34/gal. Bread $ .08, Average new car about $925. Average house $6,900., and gallon of gas about $ .15. The cost to mail a First Class letter - 3 cents. It should be noted that during the World War II years following 1941 some items were simply not available to the .. ...
If you kinda squint at them with your glasses off and at a side angle to the tv, Al Michaels and Chris Collinsworth look like Bob Hope and Bing Crosby
For some reason I found out that Bob Hope outlived Bing Crosby and all of the Rat Pack...laughter really does make you live longer
Haven't gone yet. Been down in Florida golfing with Bobby Jones, Sam Snead, Bob Hope and Bing Crosby
In the good old days there was Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Jack Benny, and commedians with talent. Is there anybody in this day and age who is as good as they were?
I miss, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Danny Kaye, Jimmy Stewart, Lucille Ball, John Wayne, Maureen O'hara, Fred Astaire. There will never be actors and actresses like this again. No one brought the honor and joy to the big screen like they did, and they are truly missed.
i've been in Colorado on biz/vaca for the past five days so I haven't kept up on fb... But, Andy Williams died the other day and I didn't see a single post on fb. (A lot of people are too young to remember him) so I thought I'd share a post from my book... I feel this way every year around Christmast time... My friends & I made fun of them when we were young & cool. Maybe rightfully so ... But around this time of year I miss Bob Hope, Andy Williams, Perry Como & Bing Crosby. Here's a tip for all you young whipper-snappers out there... Being cool is overrated.
Afternoon Radio Theater: Command Performance - Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Judy Garland in *** Tracy in B - Flat"
You all know how i love musicals and the Road To series with Bob Hope & Bing Crosby. I love to make my own slacker-esque Road To Nowhere.
Ok Trent gets his speech from his father.lol hes decribing a Bob Hope and Bing Crosby "Road to" movie sounded out . Ootawpa? With a funny face I say huh...you mean Utopia? he says oh I got the Star Wars character mixed up with the pronunciation! Gona be a long night ;(
I'm old enough to remember as a kid those variety specials at Christmas--Andy Williams, Bob Hope & Bing Crosby. Highlights of holiday memories. Not sure who has filled those memory slots for the younger generations.
With Andy Williams gone, we were talking at work, who is replacing all those we have lost, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and many others. I just don't see people coming up in the ranks to take up the banner. Thank goodness we still have all those gone on video tape and old movies. On another note it is looking good for rain a bit later on. That will be good but we don't need the hail and strong winds they are saying may come along with the storms. Had a good day at work and looking forward to a nice evening at home with Cathie. Have a nice evening everyone.
Sept 1945: Bing Crosby & Bob Hope make a propaganda film for the US Navy encouraging sailors to complete their tours
On Golf Channel, John Feinstein just said Justin Timberlake was modern day version of Bob Hope and Bing Crosby!!
Am I really about to begin a Bob Hope/Bing Crosby marathon? I'm home alone so.I think yes.
American movie actress Dorothy Lamour died in 1996. Best known for starring in the Road To movies with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby.
Trigger was bred on a farm co-owned by Bing Crosby. Roy bought Trigger on a time payment plan for $2,500. Roy and Trigger made 188 movies together. Trigger even out did Bob Hope by winning an Oscar in the movie Son of Paleface in 1953. I guess this means that Cornell Hurd is in good company. Im not thinkin we'll have him stuffed though?
I'm still waiting for that celebrity endorsement...I've called , Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Tiny Tim and not one of them called me back...Peggy Lee returned my call but said no, Shelley winters farted and said "how is that for an endorsement".Now I'm on speed dial to Nancy Walker...
Contrary to popular belief, Road to Emmaus was not a Bob Hope, Bing Crosby movie. Feel free to use the joke,
I remember when "Road to Morocco" was a Bob Hope-Bing Crosby movie, "Algiers" was with Hedy Lamarr, "Cairo" was Jane Russell, "The Thief of Bagdad (sic)" with Sabu, "The Egyptian" with Jean Simmons and other innocent endeavors... boy, so different today!... blv
Bing Crosby and Bob Hope do each other's songs at a 1970 benefit for the Eisenhower Medical Center. It was aired on television as a Bob Hope special. Intro by Johnny Carson. (If you want to get straight to Bob & Bing, skip to about two minutes in.
Anyone where Bing Crosby and Bob Hope go somewhere.
Watching one of my dads fav movies "Road to Bali" with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. It makes me wonder what they would think of today's president and today's problems. Would would Ronald Regan think? What would Abraham Lincoln think? And what would George Washington think? They weep from Heaven for that which they so diligently loved and died for.
thank god for Bob Hope and Bing Crosby
"Vandelay" sounds like one of those Bob Hope, Bing Crosby & Dorethy Lamour "On the Road" movies from the early 1940s!
First useless fact of the day: Sir Leslie Townes Hope, (May 29, 1903 – July 27, 2003) was an English-born American comedian and actor who appeared on Broadway, in vaudeville, movies, television, and on the radio. He was noted for his numerous United Service Organizations (USO) shows entertaining American military personnel—he made 57 tours for the USO between 1942 and 1988. Throughout his long career, he was honored for this work. In 1996, the U.S. Congress declared him the "first and only honorary veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces." Over a career spanning 60 years (1934 to 1994), Hope appeared in over 70 films and shorts, including a series of "Road" movies co-starring Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour. In addition to hosting the Academy Awards fourteen times, he appeared in many stage productions and television roles, and was the author of fourteen books. He participated in the sports of golf and boxing, and owned a small stake in his hometown baseball team, the Cleveland Indians. He was married to Grac ...
Is there anything better than Bing Crosby + Bob Hope?
this just in, Bob Hope is still dead as is Bing Crosby, no new road films are planned
in my youth we had 4 basic channels on our attenna, maybe 20 and 54. we watched family shows. anyone my age know what they were. We saw USO and college shows with Bob Hope. different seasonal shows with Bing Crosby there was Jack Benny and Johnny Carson. Who remembers the Sonny and Cher show or Flip Wilson. Kojac, Mannix or Cannon The detective show where Uncle Jed was the detective. today on just your basic fee you have like 160 - 220 channels. you see all the new shows and a lot of the old shows. (Barnaby Jones). you have a button labelled MENU. on it you have a break down of types of shows you may watch. now lets move to telephones. in my youth in middleburg when we picked up the phone there were 2 other families on the line. today we can watch tv on your phones. we can talk on the phone blocking the pathways in stores or backing our oversized trucks out of parking spaces in packed paring lots. i dunno. are we really better off?
I dreamed I was part of a film crew making a USO clip to show at movie theaters during WWII. Starring Frank Sinatra who was singing one of his classic songs except that the words were changed so he could roast all the other celebrities there, which included Bing Crosby, Jimmie Durante, Jackie Gleason, Ed Sullivan and at least a dozen more prominent people. I wish I could remember the tune because it was pretty funny. After a few minutes Dean Martin took over the singing and ended by saying something funny to Bob Hope, who was apparently the master of ceremonies or whatever. Oddly enough, many of the stars were not from WWII, they were from the fifties and sixties. I just remember thinking it was the best show ever. You gotta love dreams where everyone is laughing the entire time. I woke up smiling.
is watching old movies with the kids; it doesn't get better than Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Don Knotts!
Have been out of it for a week.just saw where Phyllis Diller passed. Wow, what a huge comedy icon. She is now with Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and the rest of those immortal personalities that gave so much of themselves unselfishly. Rest in Peace!!
"A Very Harold & Kumar 3-D Christmas" is kind of like a Bing Crosby & Bob Hope road movie for a new generation
My Granddad and I driving up to Cardiff. We're a bit like Bob Hope and Bing Crosby
The least funny of those Bing Crosby and Bob Hope movies is the Road to Perdition.
...isn't that a Bob Hope and Bing Crosby movie?
Oh yeah and I have watched e4very bloody pirate, swashbuckler movie ever made between 1939 and 2012. I am now working on Bob Hope and Bing Crosby movies. Next will be Abbott and Costello and I will work my way up from there. Not much to do at 2 am in the morning I dare say!
I miss my lovely Dad every day..but what he did give us growing up ..was Bob Hope and Bing Crosby movies...just watched the road to Singapore..!!! xx
Bob Hope I said Bob Hope was the greatest entertainer of all time. Let me explain why. He started out in vaudeville and acted on the stage as a child. He was on radio and movies and later television. He passed through all the stages of modern entertainment media and was the cleverest one in the bunch. His style was always light, never heavy. He didn’t have a lot to say but what he did say was always the funniest thing you could ever imagine. I used to watch his TV specials back in the 60s. His monologues were priceless. No one could possibly match them. Johnny Carson had good monologues but nowhere near Bob Hope. I might even say something like Bob was the "Bob Dylan of comedy." You can’t really analyze that. The “road movies” he made with Bing Crosby were so entertaining. They ad-libbed a lot (Bing Crosby was also a comedian-type, though mainly a crooner). Bob Hope could also sing, which he did on some of those road movies. (I actually thought Bob sang better than Bing!). Special, special, specia ...
Photo: 1961 Bob Hope (left), actress Dorothy Lamour and Bing Crosby walking arm-in-arm at Shepperton Studios...
The songs were good but it was the stars like Sinatra or Danny Kaye, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope that made the movies great.
I recently had the pleasure of meeting Phillis Diller . The world has truly lost a wonderful lady today . Although Ms. diller was feeble during her grandsons wedding ... I was more than pleased to see that she had not lost her amazing sense of humor . Hollywood and the world over has lost the last of the greats . The golden age actors such as Bob Hope , Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye and yours truly Phillis Diller paved the way for alot of these young actors today . They were cinematic pioneers who opened the doors for actresses such as Lucille Ball and Carol Burnett. For all the people who don't know who this people are do yourselves a favor and do some research. My heart goes out to her family. May God bless her and her entire family.
Watching the 1942 film Road to Morocco with Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour. Classic!!!
Bing Crosby and Bob Hope in a sketch spoofing the Bonanza television series, with Bing as Ben Cartwright and Bob as his three sons. Also featuring Juliet Pro...
In the style of Bob Hope and Bing Crosby, we'really off on the road to Chicago!!!
Will there be holograms of Bing Crosby and Bob Hope doing Stomp?!
Bob Hope and Bing Crosby...what a hilarious combo.
My 10 year old son asked me if it was ok if he watched the old Road Shows with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. Raising this kid right. :)
//I miss the days when acting required talent. Talent and class. Steve Carrel is not funny. Will Farrel is not funny. Seth Rogen is not funny. Bob Hope was funny. Bing Crosby was funny. Gene Wilder was funny (still is.).
On this day in 2003, the legendary actor-comedian Bob Hope dies at age 100 in Toluca Lake, California. Known for entertaining American servicemen and women for more than five decades, Hope had a career that spanned the whole range of 20th century…
Jul 26, 1942: Bing Crosby teams w/pals Bob Hope & Jimmy Van Heusen to entertain the troops at Wendover Air Base, UT. Bing & Bob also have a golf match fundraiser; Bob wins this one.
96 year old client who seemingly can't communicate any longer, finds the words to chat and express her gratitude during massage. We talked about the weather, old Bob Hope and Bing Crosby movies, and she really noticed the electrical "switch" that turned on when we worked her Large Intestine meridian with very gentle shiatsu. She loved it, and I'm so very blessed.
did you like Bob Hope & Bing Crosby "road films"? Would a modern day equivalent appeal to moviegoers?
Bing Crosby and Bob Hope at St. Louis golf course 1942
This is screening The Road to Singapore starring Bob Hope and Bing Crosby as part of our Cinema Classics series.
Salutations Phantom Dancers, Another humdinger of a show for you this week. Vincent Price introduces calypso pioneers Lord Invader & Lord Beginner, Bob Hope introduces Bing Crosby & The Andrew Sisters. Plus more 1940s Australian swing by George Trevare, Billy Cotton from London & Angelini from Rome An Olympic Video Of The Week: Bing Crosby, Bob Hope (who gets very angry at the beginning – look at his face when he hits Jerry Lewis), Dean Martin, the aforementioned Jerry Lewis & John Scott Trotter’s Orchestra raising money to send the US team to the 1952 Helsinki Games Play list and Video:
Been watching Claude Chabrol's The Road to Corinth. 40 minutes in and still no sign of Bing Crosby or Bob Hope. And it's all in French!
Well, they have made it in the news again!! First time on television on WIBW Channel 13 News at 4 today!! A Tribute to Bob Hope/Bing Crosby and the USO to be performed in Berryton, KS next Friday evening, July 20th, 7pm at the First United Methodist Church.
I think it's great that JT, in addition to the course, is hosting a tournament ala Bob Hope and Bing Crosby way back in the day.
Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Marilyn Monroe, Farrah Fawcett & many others were called a joke... until the joke was on the haters.
When playwright Neil Simon received an offer to turn his play The Sunshine Boys into a movie in the 1970s, he was told that the Paramount Pictures production was to be a vehicle for Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. Though he was a fan of both actors, he told his agent that he “was regretfully turning it do...
"On the Road to Tucson" starring Bob Hope and Bing Crosby.
June 29, 1939. A duo enters the offices of Paramount Pictures, where they are told of a new series of comedic films in which they could star. They would be perfect for it, say the execs. One member of the team is sold on it, but the brains of the two decides to take a pass. How might history have changed if she had accepted. She? That's right. Today in 1939, The "Road To..." pictures that starred Bing Crosby and Bob Hope were first offered to. George Burns and Gracie Allen.
Bing Crosby and Bob Hope in 1940 hollywood film, Road to Singapore
Bob Hope and Bing Crosby find themselves in old egypt. Shenanigans ensue.
is back on the road to Morocco (metaphorically speaking not literally like Bob Hope and Bing Crosby...).
[From "Kovacs Corner" on YouTube.com] - In a short but absolutely memorable scene in the Bob Hope and Bing Crosby 1962 comedy "Road to Hong Kong", Peter Sell...
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis Bud Abbot and Lou Costello Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. Great duos back in the day 👍👍
"Bing Crosby always said there was nothing he wouldn't do for me. He was right. He's done nothing for me." ~Bob Hope
Cool. I have a lot of Bing Crosby WWII shows. Also, some Bob Hope and Benny & Allen.
Is there any chance can have a Bing Crosby/Bob Hope musical montage during this Morocco trip? Hopefully on a camel.
So much can be learned from watching Bob Hope and Bing Crosby
Road to Zanzibar - Bing Crosby and Bob Hope meet Africans 1/2: via my God-classic!!!
Bing Crosby and Bob Hope in a sketch on Bob's 11/16/66 show. (English) Bing and (Texan) Bob spend some time at the races and sing "Typically English."
CLASSIC Bing Crosby/Bob Hope buddy flick. "Where's the 47 Bus?" was panned by critics, loved by fans.
It's a lot of "Murder, She Wrote" today. Perry Mason and Angela Lansbury in competition again. A LOT of murders. I wish someone would come up with comedies and musicals. They are more light hearted! Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and people like that would be better.
Bing Crosby and Bob Hope do a vaudeville act and sing "We Like Working With Each Other" on Bob's 2/17/69 show.
Watchen National Memorial Day Concert..Showen black n white clips n old movie stars volunteering their time 4 r troops..Bob Hope..Connie Stevens..Ann Margaret..Bing Crosby..personal testimonies..n then ea branches song..this show always makes me cry.but I do so w/grt pride 4 our military..the grtest n the world..May God bless them all! My deepest passion..the U.S. military!
I can't believe that a friend of mine doesn't know who Bob Hope, Gene Kelly, Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire, Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid are.What is the world coming to.
May 21, 1943: Bing Crosby & Bob Hope perform in two shows in Philadelphia, plus a 5-hole golf game - and raise $130K in war bond sales ($1.6mil today!)
Going to get outside, watch the birds. Nature is much more entertaining than TV. Watched the road series with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. Im on the road to recovery waiting to run it to Dorothy Lamour.
A line-up of cameos including Ward Bond, James Arness, Roy Rogers, Fess Parker, Gary Cooper, Jay Silverheels and Bing Crosby in the Bob Hope comedy Alias Jes...
beginning to think we were separated at birth. When I was a kid Bing Crosby and Bob Hope were my heroes, all I listened to! X
Man today was getting rough, all i needed was some Bob Hope and Bing Crosby on the Road to Anywhere
Bought a CD online the other day with 130 Bob Hope & Bing Crosby radio shows. Already heard a few, can't wait to get it! :)
Chuck Connors, Joel McCrea, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, John Wayne, Lana Turner (more Republicans) I could go on, but this is just a SHORT LIST.
May 7, 1943: In New Orleans, Bing Crosby's tie is auctioned to help raise funds for war bonds; Bing & Bob Hope play a coed charity golf match for the Red Cross.
I was talking to my daughter about the Minutemen today and I mentioned that Mike Watt is still broken up about D Boon's death. That made me start thinking about the great bromances of all time. Here are the one's I thought of. Any additions? Mike Watt and D Boon Ernie Kovacs and Jack Lemmon Harry Nilsson and John Lennon Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin Bob & Doug McKenzie Jack Black and Kyle Gass Rick Nielsen, Tom Petersson, Robin Zander and Bun E. Carlos Geddy Lee, Neil Peart and Alex Lifeson Noel Fielding and Julian Barrett Ren and Stimpy Crow T. Robot and Tom Servo John Belushi and Dan Ackroyd Freddie Prinze and Tony Orlando Reverend Horton Heat and Jimbo Bob Hope and Bing Crosby Abbott & Costello Nick Lowe and Dave Edmunds Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook Dave Lowery and Johnny Hickman most of my male friends and Guided by Voices Laurel and Hardy MCA, Adrock and Mike D Siegfried and Roy (well, maybe not...) Pete Weber and Terry Crisp Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement Lenny and Carl (from the Simpsons) ...
Bing Crosby's cameos in a number of Bob Hope's pictures, and a couple of joint appearances in other people's pictures. 1. My Favorite Blonde (1942) w/ Madele...
"There is nothing in the world I wouldn't do for Bob Hope, and there is nothing he wouldn't do for me ... We spend our lives doing nothing for each other." ~Bing Crosby
Next: Recreation of USO Show starring Bing Crosby and Bob Hope, May 26th for Chesapeake Beach Stars and Stripes Celebration. With guest stars, The Andrews Sisters and W. C. Fields. Tickets $30.00 for a great cause; Honoring those you gave so much. North Beach fire Dept at 7pm followed by music provided by The Boys and ME. Great evenig of entertainment.
I just used to tag Put It There Pal by Bing Crosby & Bob Hope.
Rick Moranis & Dave Thomas act out what could have happened if Bob Hope & Woody Allen collaborated. Joe Flaherty does a pretty good Bing Crosby. From SCTV.
"Shouldn't Mitt Romney and Barack Obama be friends? I kind of want their lives to become a Bob Hope and Bing Crosby buddy comedy where they have a series of misadventures and get out of pickles and by doing so become good buddies and in the end Romney admits that he likes Obamacare and Obama admits that he has to be more diligent in tackling the debt?" ~ James Robinson
I added a video to a playlist Road to Bali: Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamo
This is great, Bing Crosby on Sky Arts 2. Man, I miss him. This is him and Bob Hope!
watching Road to Bali with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope... I mean... not with them... they're in the movie...
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