Bud Abbott & Lou Costello in Hollywood

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Released 1945

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Director:
S. Sylvan Simon
Released:
1945
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Bud Abbott & Lou Costello in Hollywood is a 1945 feature-length comedy featuring one of the most famous comedic duos of early cinema, Abbott and Costello. Here, they play a barber named Buzz Curtis (Bud Abbott) and a porter named Abercrombie (Lou Costello), who are sent to cut the hair of a slick Hollywood agent named Norman Royce (Warren Anderson). On they way there, they run into one of their old coworkers named Claire Warren (Frances Rafferty) who has made it big in showbiz. Impressed by Royce, they decide to try being agents themselves by picking up a singer named Jeff Parker (Bob Haymes) that Royce wouldn't take. In order to find him a role, they sneak into the studio where Claire works to get an audience with studio executive, Dennis Kavanaugh (Donald McBride). But with these two involved, it's only a matter of time before events careen completely out of control!

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Comedy

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Classics, Slapstick