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Road to Zanzibar Overview:

Road to Zanzibar (1941) was a Adventure - Comedy Film directed by Victor Schertzinger and produced by William LeBaron and Paul Jones.

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Road to Zanzibar (1941)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Aug 13, 2013 From 4 Star Films

This is the second installment in the Road Series and it follows two con men who must go on the run which leads them to Africa. Crosby is pulled into saving Dorothy Lamour from a life of slaver. Little do the hapless con men know what her true motives are. They travel on a safari together and a mids... Read full article


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Hubert 'Fearless' Frazier: [Cannibal burps] Must've been someone he ate.


Hubert 'Fearless' Frazier: We're going with them...
Chuck Reardon: We're going with them...
Hubert 'Fearless' Frazier, Chuck Reardon: We're Going With Them.
Hubert 'Fearless' Frazier, Chuck Reardon: Patty-Cake, Patty-Cake, Baker's Man. Bake A Cake As Fast As you...
Hubert 'Fearless' Frazier: He Must've Seen The Picture!


Hubert 'Fearless' Frazier: [as they are about to leave with the villan] We're going with them...
Chuck Reardon: We're going with them...
Hubert 'Fearless' Frazier, Chuck Reardon: We're Going With Them.
[an understanding look]
Hubert 'Fearless' Frazier, Chuck Reardon: [Starting the routine] Patty-Cake, Patty-Cake, Baker's Man. Bake A Cake As Fast As you...
[both are hit on the head by a goon. The two fall]
Hubert 'Fearless' Frazier: He Must've Seen The Picture!


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The second of the seven Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour "Road" films.
Originally, this film was not supposed to be a sequel to Road to Singapore; in fact, Bing Crosby and Bob Hope were not even supposed to be in it. The film was first offered to Fred MacMurray and George Burns, who both rejected it. While assembling a list of contract Paramount stars to offer it to, someone at the studio remembered that "Road to Singapore" had done relatively well, and Hope and Crosby "seemed to work well together", so it was offered to them. The rest, as they say, is history.
One of over 700 Paramount Productions, filmed between 1929 and 1949, which were sold to MCA/Universal in 1958 for television distribution, and have been owned and controlled by Universal ever since.
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