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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

The Colgate Comedy Hour (5/15/55) DVD-R

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Gordon MacRae, Bud Abbott, Lou Costello,Rhonda Fleming,James Clark


Directed by Jim Jordan




Print: Black and White


Runtime: 60 min


Genre: Comedy


Language: English




Gordon MacRae and Rhonda Fleming co-host from March Air Force Base in Riverside, California commemorating Armed Forces Week. Guests are Abbott and Costello, dancers the Clark Brothers, singer Jana Mason, Carmen Dragon and his Orchestra, and (on film) President Eisenhower. Abbott is a sergeant to goof-ball soldier Costello, the Singing Sergeants of the Air Force perform, stunts by the Thunderbirds, and an F-100 travels from Tuscon to March Air Force base during the show.

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Gordon MacRae, Bud Abbott, Lou Costello,Rhonda Fleming,James Clark
Directed by Jim Jordan

Print: Black and White
Runtime: 60 min
Genre: Comedy
Language: English

Gordon MacRae and Rhonda Fleming co-host from March Air Force Base in Riverside, California commemorating Armed Forces Week. Guests are Abbott and Costello, dancers the Clark Brothers, singer Jana Mason, Carmen Dragon and his Orchestra, and (on film) President Eisenhower. Abbott is a sergeant to goof-ball soldier Costello, the Singing Sergeants of the Air Force perform, stunts by the Thunderbirds, and an F-100 travels from Tuscon to March Air Force base during the show.

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