From Acapulco, Mexico. Bob departs from his usual comedic program into a fun festive event.
Film clips of celebrities like Claudine Auger, Dolores Del Rio, Glenn Ford, Michael Caine, Gina Lollobrigida, Merle Oberson, James Mason, Elke Sommer and Jayne Mansfield at the Mexican Film Festival.
A sequence in which Bob and Mexican comedian Cantinflas fight an imaginary bull.
Other guests include Eva Renzi, Emily Cranz, Freddie Guzman and Teddy Stauffer.
Bob combs "bikini land" and visits an after-dark hot spot, Tequila A-Go-Go.
Bob Hope's 25th trek to the Far East visiting the GIs. Bob's guests are Phyllis Diller, Anita Bryant, Vic Damone, Joey Heatherton, Anna Kashfi, Diane McBain, Rita Feria (Miss World) and The Korean Kittens. With Les Brown and His Band of Reknown. On view are Cardinal Spellman, Billy Graham, Stuart Symington, Johnny Grant, Tippi Hedren and Chris Noel.
Vic Damone sings "More" and "Strangers in the Night".
Anita Bryant sings "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" aboard the carrier Bennington.
Bob and Phyllis crack jokes on the Franklin D. Roosevelt carrier.
Korean Kittens sing "What’d I Say".
Hope and Joey Heatherton do a song and dance.
Joey sings "Spanish Flea".
Billy Graham gives pep talk to soldiers.
Dolores Hope sings "White Christmas".
Diane Shelton does acrobatic act.
Appearances by Johnny Grant, Diane McBain. Tippi Hedrin makes a short appearance. Skit with girls protesting Hope’s treatment of them.
Anita Bryant sings "Silent Night". Troupe visits wounded. Hope asks General Leo Wald why we must win.
Footage of the copters, "Jolly Green Giants" along with film of the wounded coming out of evacuation planes.
On view are Cardinal Spellman, Billy Graham, Stuart Symington, Tippi Hedren and Chris Noel.
Bob Hope's guests are Carol Lawrence, Tony Bennett, Jill St. John and Shirley Eaton. The pop music scene and marriage in the US and Britain is spoofed in song and sketches.
Tony Bennett take a crack at a rock 'n roll medley including songs like "Winchester Cathedral, "Wack, Wack," and "The Eggplant That Ate Chicago."
Carol Lawrence dances to "I'm a Brass Band".
England's Shirley Eaton and Jill St. John appear with Hope in sketches on "Our Man in Saigon" and British marriages.
Tony sings "The Lady's in Love" and "She's Funny That Way".