Road to Bali (November 19, 1952)

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Bob Hope and Bing Crosby in Road to Bali
 

Released on November 19, 1952: Bob Hope and Bing Crosby travel to Bali with Dorothy Lamour and a King's treasure, but get stranded on an island with a fiery volcano and a tribe of cannibals.

Produced by Daniel Dare and Harry Tugend

Directed by George Beck

The Actors: Bob Hope (Harold Gridley), Bing Crosby (George Cochran), Dorothy Lamour (Princess Lala), Murvyn Vye (Prince Ken Arok), Peter Coe (Gung, Arok's aide), Ralph Moody (Bhoma Da),Leon Askin (King Ramayana), Michael Ansara (guard), Besmark Auelua (lesser priest), Humphrey Bogart (Charlie Allnut, footage from the African Queen movie), Robert Cabal (native), Herman Cantor (priest), Sue Casey (handmaiden), Larry Chance (attendant), Leslie Charles (handmaiden), Jack Claus (specialty dancer), Jean Corbett (handmaiden), Harry Cording (Verna's Father), Bob Crosby (himself, safari hunter), Patricia Dane (handmaiden), Shela Fritz (the Chief's wife), Roy Gordon (Eunice's father), Bernie Gozier (Bo Kassar), Jerry Groves (lesser priest), My Lee Haulani (the beautiful girl in the basket), Carolyn Jones (Eunice), Mary Kanae (old crone), Jan Kayne (Verna), Richard Keene (the conductor), Al Kikume (warrior), Kukhie Kuhns (the fat woman in the basket), Donald Lawton (employment agent), Raymond Lee (young boy), Bunny Lewbel (Lala at age 7), Jerry Lewis (the woman in Lala's dream), Sylvia Lewis (temple dancer), Judith London (handmaiden), Luukia Luana (boy), Dean Martin (man in Lala's dream), Charles Mauu (warrior), Patti McKay (handmaiden), Allan Nixon (Eunice's brother), Betty Onge (handmaiden), Satini Pualoa (warrior), Ethel K. Reiman (Chief's wife), Jane Russell (cameo appearance), Irene K. Silva (Chief's wife), Bhogwan Singh (lesser priest), Chanan Singh Sohi (lesser priest), Kuka Tuima (warrior), Douglas Yorke (Verna's brother)

 

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Those Silly Boys . . .

Bing Crosby was a major singing sensation on the radio in the 1930’s, with more number one songs than either Elvis Presley or the Beatles ever had. His mellow baritone voice was described by Louis Armstrong as “gold being poured out of a cup.” Bing was one of the few Vaudeville-Burlesque entertainers who found star careers in motion pictures and then on television.

Bob Hope was another of the famous radio and Vaudeville stars who became even more famous in motion pictures and television. Born in the Greenwich area of London, his family moved to Cleveland Ohio when he was five years old. By the time he was twelve he was singing and performing stand-up comedy on the Cleveland streetcar to Luna Park.

Bob Hope’s comedy career led him to Hollywood in 1930 and he did a screen test for Pathé Studios . . . . And he was soundly rejected as a potential motion picture actor. His first motion picture appearance was in a short 1934 comedy called Going Spanish, and he slowly and methodically rose to the top of movie and television comedy to become one of the biggest comic stars of all time.

In this silly comedy Bob Hope and Bing Crosby take turns chasing Dorothy Lamour in a story that you don’t need to think about . . . Just sit back and let the comedy and beautiful girls put a smile on your face and in your heart. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

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