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Bob Hope

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  • Re: Bob Hope entertained enemy troops

    • Thomas Melvin
    • 2009-08-01

    I checked out Neal Pollack's article on Bob Hope entertaining the enemy troops in Hanoi and it is completely untrue. Neal Pollack is a political satirist and his article was just a humorous tribute to Bob Hope on his 100th birthday. The article can be found on the Slate Magazine website (www.slate.com). Type "Bob Hope" in the search bar, hit enter, then scroll down the page until you find the article titled "When the Laughter Stopped". Incidentally, Bob Hope did go Hanoi once. He made an unsuccessful attempt to arrange for the release of the U.S. POWS.

  • Bob Hope entertained the enemy troops???

    • Virginia McAloon
    • 2009-01-18

    Have been on Google search since coming home from church. My pastor's sermon was on we aren't what we seem and had Bob Hope's picture on the screen. He went on to say Bob Hope did a performance for the Hanoi TROOPS and even Jane Fonda wouldn't go..this is from Neal Pollock..I found him on Google too..how can he get away with smearing a REAL patriot like Bob Hope???? Also said he hated Reagan. Is this Pollock a writer???? Please someone answer me, I am about ready to confront my pastor and leave my church. Virginia McAloon

  • Truly, a one of a kind performer

    • Karen
    • 2007-03-09

    Mr. Hope was a kind, caring and giving man, as well as one of the funniest and most talented actors to ever grace a movie screen. So many hilarious films to enjoy forever. Bob, thanks for the memories.

  • giving it his all for a little laughter

    • steve
    • 2007-03-08

    I must say that I am in awe of the quick humor and side jokes I see in watching Bob Hope's movies. i find something new I did not catch each time I watch his movies. And what an unselfish and dedicated performer. I can't imagine how much time he gave of himself to entertain our boys overseas defending the American way of life. It makes me proud to be an American and I hope I can as great a man as Bob Hope. Thank You.

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    • Justine
    • 2006-11-20

    is Classic.

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