It seems that comic geniuses Abbott and Costello have had all their wishes granted -- but it's a comic battle for their survival, for the future of a kingdom and the for fate of a beautiful you young princess when Abbott and Costello are Lost in a Harem!
Abbott and Costello try to pass themselves off as some of the world's leading African safari hunters and after spreading false tales of bravado, they find themselves working for diamond thieves who take them on a secret expedition into the heart of Africa.
Abbott and Costello portray private detectives in this fast-paced comic thriller. Recent detective school graduates Bud and Lou are minding their new business when accused killer Tommy Nelson (Arthur Franz) bursts into their office. Proclaiming his innocence, he convinces the two to get him to his beautiful fiancee Helen (Nancy Guild). Just as the police arrive to investigate, Tommy injects himself with invisibility serum being developed by Helen's uncle. Nelson convinces Lou to go undercover as a boxer to help flush out the real killer. With Nelson's unseen assistance, Costello reluctantly goes into the ring as "Lou the Looper" for one of the most hilarious fight sequences ever filmed.
Pete and Freddie (Abbott and Costello) overhear a Cairo archaeologists's chatter about discovering a legendary mummy and decide to apply as chaperones for the corpse's journey to America. But when they arrive at the archaeologists' home, he has been murdered, the mummy seems to have have disappeared, and to top it all off, the boys become owners of a sacred medallion that holds the key to the location of an ancient buried treasure that many would kill for! Learning that the medallion is cursed, Pete hides it in a most appetizing place and Freddie bites the bait. Then it's up to the bumbling Americans to preserve the legend of the mummy and keep the treasure from falling into the wrong hands. Abbott and Costello Meet The Mummy is loaded with surprises. One of the most interesting is Lou Costello's daughter Carole appearing as the cigarette girl who pours water all over her dad! This gem of a film is filled with laughs for everyone in your family especially Mummy!
Abbott and Costello, as railroad baggage clerks, receive a strange shipment the last remains of Dracula and Frankenstein's monster. But this deadly duo is still very much alive. So when the shipment arrives at the House of Horrors, the Monsters are not in their crates but have disappeared to a secret hideaway island. Blamed for the disappearance, Abbott and Costello follow their trail to the island, where not only do they meet up with Dracula (Bela Lugosi) and the Monster (Glenn Strange), but a Mad Scientist (Charles Bradstreet) who wants to switch Costello's brain with that of the Monster. With everyone chasing each other, the Wolf Man (Lon Chaney, Jr.) shows up to scare them all. In the end, everything works out: Costello finds romance and the Monsters find their final resting places...or do they?
It's fiesta time in Vista Del Rio, and that means much musical celebration. It's also a time of global war. So, in the updated plot of this exuberant World War II-era remake of the 1929 Wheeler and Woolsey romp, that means little Vista Del Rio is a jalapeño hotbed of Axis spies. The agents intend to use a fiesta radio show to send a coded message, a scheme that may be scrambled silly when stumblebums Doc and Wishy stumble onto it. Bud Abbott and Lou Costello play the inept duo in this musical comedy that -- from riffing on the word "pekinese" to Lou's hunger-fueled food mirage (tastes like chicken!) to his loopy spin within an oversized washing machine -- has the famed funnymen fracturing any situation into goofy glee. Enjoy!
When the beans grow into a magical beanstalk, Jeremy and Jack climb the stalk into a kingdom of fantasy where they meet an animated dancing chorus of friendly mice, a golden goose, a captive princess and, of course, the dreaded giant in an hour of delightful family entertainment.