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Home Cookin’

Home Cookin' lyrics - written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans, sung by Bob Hope, Lucille Ball (dubbed by Annette Warren), performed in Fancy Pants
Home Cookin’ lyrics – written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans, sung by Bob Hope, Lucille Ball (dubbed by Annette Warren), performed in Fancy Pants [Bob Hope] Oh, woe is me, what goes with me, I hate this living I’ve chose for me, Tired of meeting misery, You should’ve...
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Fancy Pants lyrics

Fancy Pants lyrics, from Fancy Pants, written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans, performed by Lucille Ball (dubbed by Annette Warren), Bob Hope
Fancy Pants lyrics, from Fancy Pants, written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans, performed by Lucille Ball (dubbed by Annette Warren), Bob Hope Hey, Fancy Pants! You’re a pussy-footing critter When you see a gal, you skitter
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The Facts of Life [Lucille Ball, Bob Hope]

The Facts of Life (1960) starring Lucille Ball, Bob Hope
The Facts of Life (1960) starring Lucille Ball, Bob Hope <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span> The Facts of Life is a 1960 comedy starring Lucille Ball and Bob Hope, dealing with a very serious subject€”adultery. The movie begins with Lucille Ball and Bob Hope arriving at...
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They Got Me Covered

They Got Me Covered, starring Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, Donald MacBride
They Got Me Covered (1942), starring Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour,  Donald MacBride Synopsis of They Got Me Covered  In They Got Me Covered, (Bob) Hope springs eternal in the role of an eager, but not-too-bright, newspaper correspondent who seeks to expose the activities of foreign spies in Washington D.C....
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I’ll Take Sweden

I'll Take Sweden, starring Bob Hope, Tuesday Weld, Frankie Avalon, Dina Merrill
I’ll Take Sweden, starring Bob Hope, Tuesday Weld,  Frankie Avalon,  Dina Merrill Synopsis of I’ll Take Sweden  Bob Hope will do almost anything to keep his impressionable teenage daughter (Tuesday Weld) from marrying her lazy boyfriend (Frankie Avalon), even if it means moving to Sweden.  But then he...
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The Bob Hope Collection: Volume 2

The Bob Hope Collection: Volume 2
The Bob Hope Collection: Volume 2 Editorial review of The Bob Hope Collection: Volume 2 courtesy of Amazon.com  Taken from wonderful high-definition transfers, this collection presents six classic comedies starring the legendary Bob Hope! Now you can sit back, laugh and rediscover the magic of the song-and-dance comedian widely...
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The Bob Hope Collection

The Bob Hope Collection: (The Lemon Drop Kid / Road to Bali / Road to Rio / My Favorite Brunette / The Seven Little Foys)
The Bob Hope Collection: (The Lemon Drop Kid / Road to Bali / Road to Rio / My Favorite Brunette / The Seven Little Foys)  For over 70 years, the name Bob Hope has been synonymous with laughter. Now Shout! Factory cordially invites you to sit back and...
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How to Commit Marriage

How to Commit Marriage (1969) starring Bob Hope, Jackie Gleason, Jane Wyman
Synopsis of How to Commit Marriage (1969) starring Bob Hope, Jackie Gleason, Jane Wyman In How to Commit Marriage, seemingly happily married couple Frank and Elaine Benson (played by Bob Hope and Jane Wyman) are on the verge of divorce.  But they plan to wait until after their daughter’€™s marriage. The...
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Sorrowful Jones

Sorrowful Jones (1949), starring Bob Hope and Lucille Ball
 Sorrowful Jones  (1949), starring Bob Hope and Lucille Ball  Sorrowful Jones  is a wonderful movie.   Based on a Damon Runyon story, a remake of Shirley Temple’s  Little Miss Marker  starring  Bob Hope  as the title character, Sorrowful Jones, a bookie, who  receives a young child as a...
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The Big Broadcast of 1938

The Big Broadcast of 1938, starring W. C. Fields, Bob Hope, Martha Raye, Shirley Ross, Dorothy Lamour, Ben Blue
The Big Broadcast of 1938, starring W. C. Fields, Bob Hope,  Martha Raye,  Shirley Ross,  Dorothy Lamour,  Ben Blue Editorial review of  The Big Broadcast of 1938 courtesy of Amazon.com The Big Broadcast of 1938 is a Paramount Pictures film featuring W.C. Fields and Bob Hope. Directed by...
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