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Abbott and Costello – A Dollar a Day

A dollar a day routine, made famous by Abbott and Costello
A dollar a day routine, made famous by Abbott and Costello A Dollar A Day is a classic vaudeville skit, made famous by Bud Abbott and Lou Costello, where Lou Costello has been working for Bud Abbott for the last year for the “princely” sum of one dollar per day—and Bud Abbott finds...
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Gold Ore – Abbott and Costello

Abbott and Costello skit, Gold Ore
Abbott and Costello skit,  Gold Ore Taken from Abbott and Costello‘s radio show, although they also did the same basic routine in  Lost in Alaska, and in their  TV show  as well.   The basic premise is that Lou Costello’s Uncle has struck gold in Alaska, and Lou...
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Milking a Cow

Milk a cow - Lou Costello and Bud Abbott
Abbott and Costello’s milking a cow routine, done in the movie Ride ’em Cowboy as well as on television in the Colgate Comedy Hour TV series — where Lou misunderstand “udder” vs “other”
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Abbott and Costello loafing script

Bud Abbott and Lou Costello - the loafing skit
A classic Abbott and Costello routine, where Lou Costello misunderstands that by “loafing” — Bud Abbott means that he’s making loaves of bread in a bakery; not loafing around the house like Costello! Taken from their classic television series, The Abbott and Costello Show.
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I’ve got twenty, too – Abbott and Costello

I’ve got twenty, too – Abbott and Costello
This is a classic Abbott and Costello skit, relying on Lou Costello mistaking the phrase “twenty, too” for the number “twenty-two” — taken from the Abbott and Costello film, Rio Rita, where Bud and Lou are trying to divide forty pieces of fruit evenly between themselves …
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Two Tens for a Five – Abbott and Costello

Two Tens for a five routine, made famous by Bud Abbott and Lou Costello
Two Tens for a five routine, made famous by Bud Abbott and Lou Costello A classic Abbott and Costello routine, from their first movie, One Night in the Tropics, where Bud Abbott shows that he’s not above running a quick scam on his friend, Lou Costello, in order to make a few...
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Loan me 50 dollars – Abbott and Costello

Loan me 50 dollars - classic Abbott and Costello skit
Abbott and Costello skit – Loan me 50 dollars One of the classic Abbott and Costello routines, where Bud Abbott takes advantage of a common math mistake that we all make to fleece his pal, Lou Costello, out of all of his money.  The skit ends with a...
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Vitamin Skit – Abbott and Costello

The Vitamin Skit, with Abbott and Costello (note: this routine is taken from the Abbott and Costello radio show) Lou Costello: Hey Abbott! Bud Abbott: Costello what are you doing skipping around like that? Lou Costello: Oh you see me skippin’ eh? It’s the doctor’s orders. Bud Abbott: The doctor told you...
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Sandwich and a Cup of Coffee – Abbott and Costello

Turkey sandwich and a cup of coffee - Abbott and Costello routine
Abbott and Costello’s, Turkey Sandwich and Cup of Coffee routine from “Keep ‘Em Flying“, 1941. Blackie (Bud Abbott) and Heathcliff (Lou Costello), having been unsuccessful at entering through the gates of the Cal-Aero, Army Air Corps flight training academy, enter the U.S.O. club and approach the lunch counter...
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