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Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops (1955) was a Comedy - Family Film directed by Charles Lamont and produced by Howard Christie.

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After the film was completed, Universal wanted to rename it "Abbott and Costello in the Stunt Men", because they did not consider the "Keystone Kops" to be relevant anymore. However, in October, 1954, the studio relented and agreed to use the "Keystone Kops" name.
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When Lou Costello arrives at Thomas A. Edison's Black Maria studio in West Orange, NJ, and finds he has been duped into buying it by Fred Clark, his new studio sign gets thrown into a pile representing the others who were defrauded into thinking they were buying a working movie studio. Among the discarded signs is "Grant Productions", an in-joke on the name of long-time A&C collaborator and writer John Grant, who received credit on 31 of their films as well as their TV work.
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