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Abbott and Costello in the Foreign Legion (1950) was a Adventure - Comedy Film directed by Charles Lamont and produced by Robert Arthur.

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Filming was originally scheduled to begin in December 1949, but was postponed when Lou Costello had to undergo an operation for a gangrenous gall bladder in November 1949. Despite having a stunt double, Costello did his own wrestling in the film, only to be rewarded with a wrenched arm socket and a stretched tendon.
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