5 Classic TV Shows And A Movie!
Bob Hope was truly a national treasure whose legend lives on in this nostalgic two-disc set. Here's one of Bob's funniest feature films, 1947's My Favorite Brunette, alongside sultry Dorothy Lamour. Plus some of Bob's priceless TV appearances from the Golden Age of Television, with such stars as Jack Benny, Milton Berle, Roy Rogers, and William Holden. You'll give thanks for all these memories.
My Favorite Brunette Bob and Dorothy Lamour (minus Bing this time) are at their best in this rollicking spy caper. Hope, a baby photographer, is able to make his secret desire to be a private eye a reality when he becomes involved with a murder and a dangerous brunette. Cinema greats Peter Lorre (Casablanca) and Lon Chaney Jr. (The Wolf Man) costar (87 min.)
Colgate Comedy Hour One of Bob's earliest television appearances. Highlights include an army sketch and Hope as a sailor opposite frequent costar Marilyn Maxwell (The Lemon Drop Kid). (59 mins.)
Jack Benny Program Bob and Jack go on an African safari. Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Don Wilson - and Martin & Lewis appear. (30 mins)
Bob Hope Chevy Hour Bob's guests include Jane Russell (The Paleface) Roy Rogers (Son of Paleface) and Wally Cox (Mr. Peppers.) (58 mins)
Bob Hope USO New Year's Eve Show Military-themed special with guest stars William Holden and Robert Strauss from Stalag 17, gossip columnist Hedda Hopper, and longtime Hope foil Jerry Colonna. (52 mins.)
Bob Hope Chevy Show Fellow TV comedy pioneers Steve Allen and Milton Berle are Bob's guests, along with Perry Como and Joan Davis (27 mins.)