The Abbott & Costello Show - Vol. 2 (1952)
IMDb Rating 8.3 (209 votes)
Front Cover Actor Back Cover
Bud Abbott Bud Abbott
Lou Costello Lou Costello
Joe Besser
Hillary Brooke Hillary  / ... (19 episodes, 1952-1953)
Gordon Jones Mike The Cop / ... (20 episodes, 1952-1953)
Joan Shawlee
Sid Fields Mr. Fields
Joe Kirk
Bobby Barber
Milt Bronson
Abbott & Costello
Plot
The Abbott and Costello TV Show is timeless American humor, as fresh today as it was 40 years ago. All the classic routines which "the boys" performed on film, radio and stage, were captured in 1952-1953 for the new medium of television and delivered at the peak of their powers. The regular cast of characters, including Mr. Fields, Mike the Cop, Stinky, Bacciagalupe and Hillary, had worked with Bud and Lou on film and stage and each contributed memorably. These shows stand today as perhaps the finest surviving representation of the art of burlesque comedy. You'll see Lou's Birthday, Getting A Job, Uncle Bozzo, Stolen Skates.
Movie Details
Genre Comedy; Television
Studio
Shanachie
Movie Release Date 1952
Country   USA
Language English
Audience Rating NR (Not Rated)
Running Time 110 mins
Color Black And White
Features
Features Features Not Specified
Crew
Director Jean Yarbrough
Writer Felix Adler; Clyde Bruckman; Sid Fields
Cinematography Jack MacKenzie; George Robinson
Producer Jean Yarbrough; Pat Costello
User Credit 1 William Austin; Otho Lovering
Musician Al Goodman; Raoul Kraushaar
Edition Details
Edition 1952-53
Region
Region 1
Screen Ratio 1.33:1
Format DVD
Layers Single Side, Single Layer
Barcode 755362040293
Chapters 13
Release Date 2/16/1999
Packaging Keep Case
Audio Tracks English Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
Nr of Disks/Tapes 1
Personal Details
Seen It Yes
Index 95
Collection Status In Collection
Tags Performer Name In Title, Abbott And Costello, Slapstick, Character Name In Title
Notes
Filming Locations:
Hal Roach Studios - 8822 Washington Boulevard, Culver City, California, USA

Trivia:
During filming, one camera was always kept on Lou Costello because he was constantly improvising. The funniest bits of business were then edited into the episode whether they had to do with the storyline or not. (more)

Quotes:
[repeated line]
Lou Costello: I'm a b-a-a-a-d boy!
(more)

Movie Connections:
Referenced in "Mystery Science Theater 3000: Village of the Giants (#6.23)" (1994) (more)

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