Classic Comedy: Limited Edition 8 DVD Box Set

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Africa Screams

It's a stampede of gags, schemes, and comedy routines when Abbott and Costello go on a safari. With Shemp Howard, Max Baer, Hillary Brooke, a giant gorilla, and an overly friendly orangutan. (1949, 80 mins.)

At War With The Army

In their first starring feature, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis create their signature roles: smooth, confident Romeo and hopeless, hapless goof. Set at an army base during WWII, this film includes the famous soda-machine scene. (1950, 93 mins.)

Road to Bali

In their sixth "Road" film (and the only one in Technicolor), Bob Hope and Bing Crosby are vaudevillians-turned-deep-sea-diver, and Dorothy Lamour is the lovely Princess Lalah. A gorilla, giant octopus, a sinister prince, and a live volcano add to the action. (1952, 90 mins.)

The Flying Deuces

When Oliver Hardy and Stan Laurel join the French Foreign Legion, hijinks and hilarity ensue leading to a fire in a Moroccan laundry, a plane crash and a delightful song-and-dance to "Shine On Harvest Moon." (1939, 65 mins.)

The Inspector General

Danny Kaye shines as a buffoon mistaken for a bureaucrat by corrupt small-town Russian officials. Based on a play by Nikolai Gogol, with music by Johnny Mercer this ranks as one of Kaye's best films. (1949, 103 mins.)

Jack & The Beanstalk

Abbott and Costello star in this fractured version of the classic children's tale. Like the Wizard of Oz, it starts in black-and-white and switches to color. Boxer Buddy Baer (Max's brother) portrays the giant. (1952, 78 mins.)

The Milky Way

Harold Lloyd is timid-milkman-turned-boxer Burleigh Sullivan in this classic comedy considered one of Lloyd's best talkies. Everything about it is first rate, from the script to the pacing and the strong supporting cast. (1936, 89 mins.)

My Favorite Brunette

Bob Hope spoofs hard-boiled detective films with help from Alan Ladd (in an unbilled cameo), Dorothy Lamour, Lon Chaney, Jr., Peter Lorre, and Bing Crosby (another cameo) as a death row prison guard.(1947, 85 mins.)

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