Bob Hope and Bing Crosby team up for Road to Morocco, which comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.33:1. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Mono. Spanish and French subtitles are accessible, and the soundtrack is closed-captioned. Supplemental materials include a photo gallery, the theatrical trailer, production notes, and footage of Hope performing. This is a solid release from Universal.
[Dolby Digital, monaural]
Bob Hope and the Road to Success; Command Performance 1945; "The Road to Morocco" singalong; Photograph gallery; Theatrical trailer; Production notes; Cast and filmmakers; DVD-ROM features
Side #1 -- 0. Scenes 1. Main Titles [1:37] 2. Two on a Raft [3:24] 3. Land! [3:01] 4. "We're Off on the Road to Morocco" [2:12] 5. In the Bazaar [3:54] 6. A Moroccan Bargain [1:32] 7. The Future Prince [9:04] 8. "Moonlight Becomes You" [:37] 9. In the Garden [9:01] 10. Marriage Customs [2:59] 11. Change of Heart [1:16] 12. Astrological Error [2:30] 13. The Sheik Takes Over [5:34] 14. Across the Desert [2:51] 15. "Moonlight Becomes You" [3:16] 16. At the Oasis [6:39] 17. Rescue Attempts [2:49] 18. Away From It All [:30]
Side #1 -- Bonus Materials Bob Hope and the Road to Success Command Performance 1945 "The Road to Morocco" Sing-Along Photograph Gallery Theatrical Trailer Production Notes Cast and Filmmakers Bob Hope Bing Crosby Dorothy Lamour Anthony Quinn Dona Drake David Butler DVD-ROM Features DVD Newsletter Recommendations Languages Spoken Language: English Captioned for the Hearing Impaired: English Subtitles: Español Subtitles: Français Subtitles: None Play
Road To Morocco 5 out of 5based on
More than 1 year ago
My wife, I and two kids love this movie. It is standard equipment we take (in VHS format) with us on long car trips to watch in the car. That has been going on now for about 8 years, and has become a ''family tradition''. We love it each time we play it: from the catchy tunes, to the sight gags, and the non-stop one-liners by Bob and Bing (their comedic genius is in high gear). By far, this is the best of the ''Roady'' movies the duo did with Dorothy Lamour. This movie is just a joy to watch, and watch again. If you are looking for a fun and goofy movie without a single curse word, vulgarity or nude, where you will belly laugh time and time again, this is it.
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