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The Abbott and Costello Show

The Abbott and Costello Show


The Abbott and Costello Show is loosely based on the 1940s radio brought to you by comedy duo and legends Bud Abbott and Louis Costello. It featured the duo in a sitcom that first hit the television airwaves in 1952. Abbott and Costello were two unemployed slackers, who lived together, and could hardly afford rent. It ended after two years. It was later syndicated in the '60s, which lasted up to the early '70s.
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Episode Info

Final: 2x26 -- Barber Lou


Lou has to give Bud a massage.
Available Episodes

Barber Lou
Unknown/Unaired
Season 2 episode 26

Fall Guy
Unknown/Unaired
Season 2 episode 25

Beauty Contest Story
Unknown/Unaired
Season 2 episode 24

Fencing Master
Unknown/Unaired
Season 2 episode 23

Honeymoon House
Unknown/Unaired
Season 2 episode 22

The Pigeon
Unknown/Unaired
Season 2 episode 21

Well Oiled
Unknown/Unaired
Season 2 episode 20

Cast
Bud Abbott
As Himself
Lou Costello
As Himself
Gordon Jones (1)
As Mike the Cop
Hillary Brooke (1)
As Hillary (1)
Janet Waldo
voiced Voice
Joe Besser
As Stinky
Joe Kirk
As Mr. Bacciagalupe
Sidney Fields
As Himself
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Crew

Executive Producer: Pat Costello, Alex Gottlieb
Producer: Jean Yarbrough
Art Director: Dave Milton
Special Photographic Effects: Jack R. Glass

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Recurring Guests

Joe Besser as Stinky (2 eps)

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Warning: The Abbott and Costello Show guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: Syndicated ( USA)
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: 1952
Ended: 1954
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