Dance With Me, Henry! (1956)

Dance With Me, Henry!


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Dance With Me, Henry was the screen swan song for the comedy team of Bud Abbott and Lou Costello. Most of the action takes place in Kiddieland, an amusement park owned by soft-hearted Lou Henry (Costello). An inveterate collector of strays, Lou has adopted orphaned kids Shelley (Gigi Perreau) and Duffer (Rusty Hamer), and has also provided a safe harbor for chronic gambler Bud Flick (Abbott). Bud's enormous gambling debts bring Lou under the scrutiny of gangster Big Frank (Ted De Corsia), who in … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Classics, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Devery Freeman
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On DVD: May 17, 2005


as Bud Flick

as Lou Henry

as Duffer

as Shelley

as Miss Mayberry

as Big Frank

as Father Mullahy

as Knucks

as Garvey
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I must warn you I love Abbott and Costello. I've watched them all my life, some movies I've seen a countless amount of times. This movie I had never seen or heard of before. One of there first movies and its a excellent to say the least. Lou owns and runs kiddy land and Bud is up to his neck with the mob with gambling debts. Lou loves and tries to help everyone including Bud. This movie was before the famous lone Hey Abbott came out, in this movie its Hey Bud. This is straight out clean comedy. Nothing less then 5 Stars.

Bruce Bruce

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The final pairing of Abbott and Costello is sad. None of the jokes or gags work. The movie is really a chance to show a bunch of cute kids causing mischief like the little rascals.

Byron Brubaker

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the last comedy from comedy team abbott & costello who like martin and lewis or hope & crosby broke up 2 persue seperate careers.

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