Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops (1955)





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This comedy is set in 1912 and follows the exploits of the funny duo as they purchase the Edison Movie Studio from a con artist. It doesn't take the two long to figure out that they were hoodwinked, and so they follow the grifter to Tinseltown. There they get jobs as stuntmen. Eventually they discover that the crook is posing as Sergei Trumanoff, a director of actioners. They manage to catch him stealing the studio payroll and a merry chase to the airport ensues.
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Bud Abbott
as Harry 'Slim' Pierce
Lou Costello
as Willie 'Tubby' Piper
Mack Sennett
as Mack Sennett
Lynn Bari
as Leota Van Cleef
Fred Clark
as Joseph Gorman/Sergei Trumanoff
Frank Wilcox
as Snavely
Harold Goodwin
as Cameraman
Roscoe Ates
as Wagon Driver
Paul Dubov
as Jason
Henry Kulky
as Brakeman
Jack Daly
as Burglar
Joe Devlin
as Policeman
Joe Besser
as Hunter
Harry Tyler
as Piano Player
Marjorie Bennett
as Fat Woman
Murray Leonard
as Studio Cop
Donald Kerr
as Projectionist
Charles Dorety
as Watermelon Peddler
Carole Costello
as Theater Cashier
Hank Mann
as Prop Man
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Critic Reviews for Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops

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Audience Reviews for Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops

One of the Duo's best works pits them against a group of con artists and their hilarious misadventures while heading to California to catch them. A funny and very amusing film that may not have as much gags and routines as thier other films but once you are on for the ride it is a real treat.

Hayden Larsen
Hayden Larsen

This is probably my least favorite Abbott and Costello movie out of their series that I've seen thus far.

Jesse Richardson
Jesse Richardson

Another disappointment that appears to have been put together based on the popularity of both franchises. The Keystone Cops franchise was revived from their silent films for this. The best part was the end chase, but still not up to par with their better films.


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