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Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde () este un film științifico- fantastic-comedie-horror regizat de Charles Lamont; cu Abbott și Costello și. Directed by Charles Lamont. With Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Boris Karloff, Craig Stevens. Two bumbling American cops hunt for the mysterious Mr. Hyde in. Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde () .y Stan Laurel Oliver Hardy, Laurel Et Hardy, Comedy Duos, Golden Age · Stan Laurel Oliver.
When Jekyll notices Vicky's and Bruce's mutual attraction, he has more thoughts of murder, injects himself, and transforms once again into Hyde with the intent of murdering Adams. Meanwhile, Tubby and Slim decide that in order to get back on the police force they must capture this "monster" Hyde.
While walking down the street that night, Tubby spots Hyde whom Slim at first mistakes for a burglar. They decide to follow Hyde into a music hall where Vicky is performing and Adams is visiting her.
Tubby annoys an actor in a far-eastern demon mask by mistaking him for the monster, and gets called "barmy". A chase ensues, and Tubby traps Hyde in a wax museum. However, by the time he brings the Inspector Reginald DennyAdams, and Slim to the scene, the monster has already reverted to Dr. Jekyll and Tubby is once again scolded by the Police Inspector.
The "good" doctor, however, asks Slim and Tubby to escort him to his home. Once at Jekyll's home, Tubby goes off exploring and winds up drinking a potion which transforms him into a large mouse.
Afterward, Slim and Tubby try to bring news of Jekyll's activities to the Inspector, but the Inspector refuses to believe them. Later, when Vicky announces to Jekyll her intent to marry Adams, Jekyll who is secretly in love with Vicky does not share her enthusiasm and transforms into Hyde right in front of her. Bent, this time, on murdering Vicky, Hyde attempts to attack her. However, in the nick of time, Bruce, Slim, and Tubby save her and Hyde escapes. Contemporary views were that he had tuberculosis, but more recent views are that it was bronchiectasis or even sarcoidosis, Stevensons parents were both devout and serious Presbyterians, but the household was not strict in its adherence to Calvinist principles.
His nurse, Alison Cunningham, was fervently religious. Her Calvinism and folk beliefs were a source of nightmares for the child. But she also cared for him tenderly in illness, reading to him from Bunyan, Stevenson recalled this time of sickness in The Land of Counterpane in A Childs Garden of Verses, dedicating the book to his nurse.
In any case, his frequent illnesses often kept him away from his first school and he was a late reader, first learning at age seven or eight, but even before this he dictated stories to his mother and nurse. He compulsively wrote stories throughout his childhood and his father was proud of this interest, he had also written stories in his spare time until his own father found them and told him to give up such nonsense and mind your business 4.
He was known for the catchphrases Heeeeyyy, Abbott.
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His father was Italian and his mother was an American of Italian, French and he attended School 15 in Paterson and was considered a gifted athlete. He excelled in basketball and reportedly was once the New Jersey state free throw champion and he also fought as a boxer under the name Lou King.
He took his name from actress Helene Costello. On August 15, their last child, Christine, was born, as a young man Costello was a great admirer of silent movie great Charlie Chaplin. In he went to Hollywood to become an actor, but could find work as a laborer or extra at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Warner Brothers.
His athletic skill brought him work as a stunt man.
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He can also be spotted sitting ringside in the Laurel and Hardy film The Battle of the Century, indiscouraged by his lack of success, he hitchhiked back home but ran out of money in Saint Joseph, Missouri during the Great Depression. There he changed his name to Costello, after actress Helene Costello. Soon after that he went back to New York and began working in vaudeville, Costello crossed paths with a talented straight man named Bud Abbott.
In they first worked together at the Eltinge Theatre on 42nd Street in New York City when Costellos partner failed to show, Abbott and Costello formally teamed up in Reportedly their first disagreement was over a booking in a show at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City.
Costello wanted to take the gig, but Abbott was resistant, Costello offered to give Abbott a larger split of their salary, and Abbott agreed. Years later, in the flush of their Hollywood success, Costello reversed the salary split, in his favor. Abbott and Costello were signed by the William Morris talent agency, which succeeded in landing them featured roles and national exposure on The Kate Smith Hour, the teams signature routine, Whos On First.
Made its radio debut on Smiths show that year, many of the teams sketches were further polished by John Grant, who was hired soon after the team joined the radio show 5. Boris Karloff — He portrayed Frankensteins monster in Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, and Son of Frankenstein, which resulted in his immense popularity. He also had a role in the original Scarface. Pratt himself stated that he was born in Dulwich, which is nearby in London and his parents were Edward John Pratt, Jr.
Pratt spent his years in Enfield, in the County of Middlesex. He was the youngest of nine children, and following his mothers death was brought up by his elder siblings and he received his early education at Enfield Grammar School, and later at the private schools of Uppingham School and Merchant Taylors School.
However, inhe left university without graduating and drifted, departing England for Canada and his brother, Sir John Thomas Pratt, became a distinguished British diplomat. He was bow-legged, had a lisp, and stuttered as a young boy and he conquered his stutter, but not his lisp, which was noticeable throughout his career in the film industry.
He began appearing in theatrical performances In Canada, and during this period he chose the screen name Boris Karloff, some have theorised that he took the stage name from a mad scientist character in the novel The Drums of Jeopardy called Boris Karlov. However, the novel was not published untilat least eight years after Karloff had been using the name on stage, however, his daughter Sara Karloff publicly denied any knowledge of Slavic forebears, Karloff or otherwise.
One reason for the change was to prevent embarrassment to his family. Whether or not his brothers actually considered young William the black sheep of the family for having become an actor, Karloff apparently worried they felt that way. He did not reunite with his family until he returned to Britain to make The Ghoul, extremely worried that his siblings would disapprove of his new, instead, his brothers jostled for position around him and happily posed for publicity photographs.
Karloff joined the Jeanne Russell Company in and performed in towns like Kamloops, British Columbia, after the devastating tornado in Regina on 30 JuneKarloff and other performers helped with clean-up efforts 6.
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