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On the raft after tossing the coin Bing Crosby tells Bob Hope to guess the date on the coin. Bob says 1910, Bing says 1911. Then Bing says, Some win, some lose. Bob said Have fun finding white meat on that buffalo. Bing then says I have a T.L. for you...Can anyone tell me what T.L. stands for? I can't find any info on it.
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better than european vacation..more classy than euro trip..way less annoying than any film with the idea of a remake of the movie vacation..with a hemsworth brother..if you desire to watch a story..more than 70 years old..with gags..jokes..bits..that may..or may not offend you.. this is the story for you.see..bing..i lived to be old and could still whip justin bieber butt crosby and bob my jokes are funny cause i am still rich..beyond death hope in the road to morocco. some may say..they are the inspiration for international politics. part of the film series which help to develop buddy pictures.
Road To Morocco
Attention Jimmy The Jew. Your towelhead remark, stab, at trying to insult other nationalities is in itself racist. This movie was made ,what 60 ,or 70 years ago, at a time when things were very different. Or thanks to people like you were they?
Road to Morocco
- Michael Whitty
Another enjoyable romp with comedy and fun with Bob and Bing who made seven "road" pictures. Here there is princess Dorothy Lamour who gets their attention but there is also sultan Anthony Quinn who wants them dead. The fun keeps coming as there are those who think this was the best of the "road" pictures. Bob and Bing were always two guys somewhere with problems to solve and they did so in their funny way.
Very enjoyable film - good for colouring up?
Very enjoyable film, funny - lots of lovely Dorothy Lamour, good singing by Dorothy ("Constantly") and Bing (the famous "Moonlight Becomes You") - most watchable even 7 decades later.I wonder is there any chance of colouring it up. With the exotic palace and costumes, desert, etc, it would look very nice in colour, I'm sure.
"I'm glad you're a camel too, Mabel"
- Jeff Boston
Best buddies Hope and Crosby romp in the desert. "Road to Morocco" retains a freshness that's extremely rare for a 70-year-old film. 3 good scenes (of several) are the 3 stars in the 2nd singing of "Moonlight Becomes You" and the 2 scenes involving a total of 3 cud-chewing mammals, much preferred to the crud-spewing mammals in today's animalistic comedies.
Road to Morocco
- Dashiell B.
The third & best of the "Road to..." movies. As usual, Crosby & Hope end up in a foreign land where both pursue Lamour. Oscar- nominated story has non-stop humour with inside jokes about the stars as well as spoofing costumed Arabian pictures. Funny, if not familiar, and was it mentioned that there are talking Camel's? I give it a 4/5.
A real treat.
I loved this one. So funny and delightful. I loved the scene with the camels. The mixing of the voices was hilarious.Just a great funny film.
- Jimmy The Jew
The best Towelhead comedy ever
Este filme excelente. A interao entre Bing Crosby e Bob Hope tornam este filme muito divertido. E a bela Dorothy Lamour s faz o filme ficar mais encantador. Uns dos meu filmes prediletos. Tudo nele maravilhoso.
Best of the Road Pictures
- Mr D
In later years Bob Hope's incurable overacting and Bing Crosby's emotionless crooning would become unbearable for me, but in the mid-40's these two were at the peak of their powers, and they seemed to be hugely enjoying themselves in this picture. Dorothy Lamour plays the romantic foil. The inside jokes seem a bit unnecessary - but I wasn't around when this picture came out, so who knows the context of the times? All in all, I give it 4 stars - if you dig the screwball comedies of the 40's you'll have great fun with this one.
Road to Morocco (1942)
- Jay Higgins
This and Road to Utopia are the two best "Road" films. Lighthearted fun, with hysterically funny inside industry jokes and personal jabs. Great music, funny and even a dash of adventure. Great film.
I enjoyed ROAD TO MOROCCO. I thought the movie was witty and funny. I have 4 children under the age of 10, so I don't get much time to sit down and watch too many movies. So when I get a chance to watch movies I like movies that will make me laugh!!!!