The Naughty Nineties: Set aboard the River Queen showboat Bud and Lou perform their legendary ""Who's on First?"" routine. The Time Of Their Lives: Two ghosts who were mistakenly branded as traitors during the Revolutionary War return to 20th century New England to retieve a letter from George Washington which would prove their innocence.
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play The Naughty Nineties Set aboard the River Queen showboat Bud and Lou perform their legendary "Who&39;s on First?" routine The Time Of Their Lives Two ghosts who were mistakenly branded as traitors during the Revolutionary War return to 20th century New England to retieve a letter from George Washington which would prove their innocence Actors Bud Abbott Lou Costello Alan Curtis Rita Johnson Henry Travers Lois Collier Joe Sawyer Joe Kirk Marjorie Reynolds Binnie Barnes John Shelton Gale Sondergaard & Lynn Baggett Director Jean Yarbrough & Charles Barton Certificate PG Year 1945 ; 1946 Languages English Region Region 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players
Double bill of classic comedy featuring Lou Abbott and Bud Costello. 'The Naughty Nineties' (1945) depicts a successful Mississippi riverboat in the gay nineties run by Captain Sam (Henry Travers) and two loveable crewmembers Dexter (Abbott) and Sebastian (Costello), popular vaudevillian entertainers. The boat is taken over by the ruthless card sharp Rita Johnson (Bonita Farrow) after she and a pair of crooks swindle Captain Sam in a card school. Their three quarter share in the boat gives them control and they want to turn it into an illegal floating casino. It falls upon Dexter and Sebastian to lend a hand. Famous for having the best film version of their 'who's on first' routine. In 'Time Of Their Lives (1946) Horatio Prim (Lou Costello) and Melody Allen (Marjorie Reynolds) are two Revolutionary War-era ghosts condemned to haunt an old estate until they are proved innocent of charges of treason. When psychiatrist Doctor Greenway (Bud Abbott) arrives as a houseguest, Horatio recognises him as a descendent of his old love rival, and has a great deal of fun tormenting the poor chap. But Greenway soon takes pity on the ghosts, and does his best to help them locate the lost letter from George Washington, which will prove their innocence.