When I was younger, I was a big fan of Abbott & Costello, along with Martin
& Lewis and Hope & Crosby (and solo Hope, as well), along with a few others. I've found as I've grown older that Abbott & Costello have not held up, have not stood the test of time, as well as the others. But I'll still treasure the joy they gave the younger me.
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> Wow! Thanks, Harry, for the recommendation of Archive.org. I'd never
heard of it.
> Now I'll have a ball looking for some favorites (I see Bob & Ray there
> you read Lou Costello's biography by his son Chris Costello, LOU'S ON
> THE TRAGIC LIFE OF HOLLYWOOD'S GREATEST CLOWN. Very good. About
> a year ago we drove over to Los Angeles to find Lou's house that is
> the book, but sadly it was being torn down.
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