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Abbott & Costello Lost in a Harem, 1944 , Original Title Card

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"Lost in a Harem", 1944
Original Title Card (11x14")
Abbott & Costello


Beautiful vintage Title Card for this popular A&C 1944 WWII era classic! Very good condition with just some minor dirt on the bottom border and the "O" in "Lost" which can be easily clean wit professional restoration. .

Lost In A Harem is one of the best Abbott & Costello films for 3 reasons: One, unlike most of their films in the 1940s which were produced at Universal Studios, this one was done at MGM with that studios usual higher production standards, including a few spectacular musical numbers. Two, it is one of only about a dozen filmed appearances of big band great Jimmmy Dorsey, who performs, with his band, a number called John Silver ("15 men on a dead man's chest") which I haven't found elsewhere, and a few other songs. Three, the "Pokomoko" routine ("Slowwwwly I turned, step by step I crept upon him . . .") is done to perfection by A&C with Murray Leonard as the Derelict, which I've always remembered as one of my favorite A&C routines . Furthermore, there's a real live giant (Lock Martin), full costumes and exotic sets as you would expect from MGM, a magic skit by A&C, hypnotism, a fine performance from Douglas Dumbrille as the bad guy, and more good music.

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