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Road To Bali (1952)
Starring: Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, Dean Martin, Jane Russell, Murvyn Vye
Director: Hal Walker
Category: Comedy, Classic
Studio: Brentwood
90 mins



Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour team up in their sixth "Road" picture, Road To Bali, which was the only film in the series to be shot in color.Hope and Crosby star as two out-of-work vaudeville performers who are on the lam.The two are hired by a South Seas prince as deep-sea divers in order to recover a buried treasure.They meet beautiful Princess Lala (Lamour) and vie for her affections.Of course, the boys run into the usual perils such as cannibals, a giant squid and numerous cameos from some of Hollywood's biggest stars.Director, Hal Walker, was no stranger to the three actors, having directed the trio in Road To Utopia.The final "Road" picture, Road To Hong Kong, would be released 10 years later, with Lamour only making a brief cameo appearance.


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