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Noose Hangs High [Import]

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  • Actors: Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Joseph Calleia, Leon Errol, Cathy Downs
  • Directors: Charles Barton
  • Writers: Arthur T. Horman, Bernard Feins, Charles Grayson, Daniel Taradash, Howard Harris
  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
  • VHS Release Date: Jan. 27 1993
  • Run Time: 77 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • ASIN: 6302641799
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My favorite A&C film. The boys are window cleaners mistaken for messengers by a gangster who offers them money to collect a parcel for him. Needless to say, Bud & Lou foul up and the rest of the movie is spent trying to get back the gangsters missing money. This film is nearly all A&C routines and they are all hilarious. The "Mustard" routine, the "I Can Prove You Ain't Here" bit, "Mudder and Fodder," plus a whole lot more. There is also a funny (crazy) dentist in Lou's "Toothache" segment and Leon Erroll is great as Julius Caesar McBride....a big-time gambler. This movie is one big laugh from begginning to end. I've watched it many, many times and I still love it! Definately worth checking out.
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Charles Barton does fine job directing this classic A & C film. The plot is very simple. Mistaken identity leads to complications with the boys getting robbed of a large sum of money. This film teams the duo with another popular film comedian at the time - Leon Errol. He plays the role of J.C. (Julius Ceasar) McBride, a compulsive gambler who NEVER loses. The BEST highlight of the film has Errol filling in for Abbott as he and Costello perform the classic A & C routine "MUDDER AND FODDER". Again 5 STARS to Bud and Lou for keeping generations and generations of fans laughing all these years.
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Charles Barton does fine job directing this A&C flick. The plot is very simple to follow. A case of mistaken identity gets Bud and Lou robbed of a large sum of money. This classic film teams the duo with another popluar comedian of the time - Leon Errol. Errol plays the part of J.C. (JULIUS CEASAR) McBride. A compulsive gambler who NEVER LOSES. The BEST highlight of this comedy has Errol standing in for Bud as he and Costello perform the classic A&C routine "MUDDER AND FODDER". Again 5 STARS to this classic side-splitting comedy.
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I laughed so hard just watching my younger brother laugh it was great. This was the scene where Abbott kept telling Costello to put on his pants to an immediate take them off. This went on for several minutes. Great team humor. It does not exist any more. One of the boys better films.
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This was a solid A&C film, the plot dealing with $50,000 stolen by some bad guys. A post-WWII comedy, when the nation was in the mood for light-hearted, non-heavy entertainment.
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