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Product NameBud Abbott & Lou Costello Meet the Creature From the Black Lagoon - This is not a full length movie
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B003RFD4VM
Price New5.91 US Dollars    (curriencies)
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Run Time75 minutes
Run Time75 minutes
BindingDvd
FormatNTSC
Run Time75 minutes
Long DescriptionWe all remember when Abbott and Costello met Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, Dracula, the Invisible Man, The Mummy and even Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. But do you remember when Abbott and Costello met The Creature? Yes, it really did happen, not on the big screen but on live television. On Sunday, February 21, 1954 Abbott and Costello hosted NBC's Colgate Comedy Hour. In a live comedy sketch, devised to promote Universal's newest monster, America witnessed the brief but memorable meeting of Abbott and Costello and the Creature from the Black Lagoon. Ben Chapman plays "The Creature" and Glenn Strange as "The Frankenstein Monster". Also starring Norman Abbott (nephew of Bud Abbott). BONUS: Trailers for Abbott and Costello's monster films and Creature from the Black Lagoon films.
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