Road to Singapore

Synopsis: Bing Crosby and Bob Hope star in the first of the 'Road to' movies as two playboys trying to forget previous romances in Singapore - until they meet Dorothy Lamour.
Director(s): Victor Schertzinger
Production: Universal Pictures
 
IMDB:
7.1
Rotten Tomatoes:
100%
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Year:
1940
85 min
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What about Gloria?

When I was your age,

I was married and had you.

Suppose I'd gone vagabonding

around the world?

Where would you

be now?

You got me there,

Skipper.

Mr. Mallon,

Miss Gloria Wycott.

I told you

it would be all right.

Josh, darling!

Hello. How are you? You look

wonderful... brown as a coconut!

I saw the headlines,

"Waterfront Brawl," and I said...

"Josh is back. "

Couple of guys...

I suppose you businessmen have

settled everything? No, we...

What's he going to be? A vice president? Who?

Don't make him a vice president.

Make him work. We hadn't progressed...

I've found the sweetest apartment

on a hill overlooking the sea.

Who for?

Look, I...

For us. You can watch

the ships come and go.

I think I'll run along.

Where we going', Dad?

I leave him

to you, Gloria.

Come on, Josh. Sit in that chair. Where?

Right there. I want to see

how you look in it. What for?

You look wonderful there. Yeah?

That's where you belong.

I don't feel so cozy.

Skipper looks all right

back here, but...

What's this? Sketches for our

apartment. I did them myself.

What's that?

Living room.

Living room!

Very gay... fuchsia and blue. Blue and who?

Fuchsia and blue.

Yeah?

And look. That's the dining

room. The dining room!

Look at the table.

When it's open it'll seat 40.

40 what? 40 people, silly!

I'll have to get on a scooter

to pass you the salt!

Oh, Josh, you're mad.

Look, that's your room.

Looks like

a drive-in.

What's that big affair

in the middle?

That's the bed. The bed.

Can you get 40 in there?

Oh, Josh. I like those shelves, though.

I can put my

ship models on them.

Oh, darling.

No, not there.

I got a clipper

in a bottle that...

Oh, honey, no. They're

not smart anymore. Oh.

I thought something

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Don Hartman

Samuel Donald Hartman (18 November 1900, New York - 23 March 1958, Palm Springs, California) was an American screenwriter and director. He and Stephen Morehouse Avery were nominated for the Academy Award for Best Story for The Gay Deception (1935). more…

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