Abbott and Costello in Hollywood


I'll put more on|and show you some more stuff.

- Are you handling that razor right?|- Yeah, sure. I'm handling it good.

Boy, I had a lot of trouble|with your brothers...

...but not with you.

- Ruthie, I gotta break the date.|- What date?

- Don't you remember? June 22nd?|- June 22nd.

I don't remember anything about a date.

Oh, yes. Don't you remember? I said|I was gonna take you to the Palladium...

...and you said, "See me next year."|Well, tonight, the year is up.

Abercrombie, you're so impulsive.|But why do you have to break the date?

Well, because the $5 I was gonna use|to take you and I out tonight...

...I gave to Buzz for my tuition.

Are you still falling for Buzz's racket?

Oh, no. He guaranteed to make me|one of the biggest barbers in town.

- He gave me a lovely report card last week.|- Report card?

Oh, he just wants your money.

No. He said that he would make me|the biggest barber in town. You know what?

I'm gonna have chair number one...|This chair right over here.

- And I'm gonna shave|the toughest beards in town.

And then you're gonna be|very proud of me.

Abercrombie, you're just being taken.

Look, the boss is out. You make Buzz|let you shave the next customer.


I wanna shave the next customer.|I wanna show Ruthie how good I am.

Don't be a sucker.|I'm saving you for the big time.

Let me shave the next customer,|or I quit school right now.

All right. I don't wanna see|all that good study go to waste.

Wait. Give me this. Take this.|I shave the next customer.

- I'll show Ruthie how good...|- All right. Take it easy.

My first customer.

- Daniel Boone, how's all your little baboons?|- They're fi...

Hello, Mr. Ragland. This is Rags Ragland.|I hardly recognized you.

Finished one of those backwoods pictures.|I'll be glad to get this sagebrush off.

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