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Abbott and Costello

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
in Lost in Alaska
The first in a short season of films featuring one of the most popular comedy teams in Hollywood's history with Mitzi Green , Tom Ewell Bruce Cabot
When San Francisco firemen George Bell and Tom Watson rescue gold prospector Nugget Joe McDermott from drowning their troubles really begin.
Although he has a two-million-dollar fortune in gold, Joe has been crossed in love by dance hall girl Rosette and he's determined to end it all.
Screenplay by MARTIN A. RAGAWAY and LEONARD STERN
Producer HOWARD CHRISTIE Director JEAN YARBROUGH

Contributors

Unknown: Mitzi Green
Unknown: Tom Ewell
Unknown: Bruce Cabot
Unknown: Tom Watson
Unknown: Nugget Joe
Unknown: Martin A. Ragaway
Unknown: Leonard Stern
Producer: Howard Christie
Director: Jean Yarbrough
Tom Watson: Bud Abbott
George Bell: Lou Costello
Rosette: Mitzi Green
Nugget Joe: Tom Ewell
Jake Stillman: Bruce Cabot






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