The Road to Morocco Movie Review 1942

Information and Film Reviews for The Road to Morocco the Movie

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The third in the road movie series finds Hope and Crosby in Morocco, stranded and broke. To get some money, Crosby sells Hope into slavery to be the princess's (Lamour) personal plaything. Feeling guilty, Crosby returns to the palace to rescue Hope, only to find that he and the princess are getting married because the royal astrologer said it was in the stars. Crosby then tries to woo Lamour and, when the astrologer discovers the stars were mistaken, those two decide to marry. Quinn, however, also wants her and hilarious scenes ensue when the boys rescue Lamour from him. One of the funniest in the series. Watch for the camel at the end.

Distribution

Universal Studios Home Video, 100 Universal City Plz., Universal City, CA 91608-9955, Phone: (818)777-1000, Fax: (818)866-1483, URL: http://www.universalstudios.com, Remarks: Does not handle retail queries from consumers; contact your local video distributor.

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 83 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Musical Comedy, Road Trip, Middle East, Slavery, Buddies, Deserts, Screen Teams: Hope & Crosby
Screenplay
Frank Butler, Don Hartman
Cast
Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, Anthony Quinn, Dona Drake, Vladimir Sokoloff, Yvonne De Carlo
Cinematography
William Mellor
Director
David Butler
Producer
Paramount Pictures

Awards

Natl. Film Reg. 1996.

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