8 complete classic films of Bud Abbott and Lou Costello.
Pardon My Sarong: [1942-Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Ink Spots, Saronga Dancing Girls-b&w-84 minutes] Bud and Lou star as bus drivers who end up shipwrecked on an uncharted Polynesian island in this gag filled comedy. The islanders think Lou is a god, so he is betrothed to the chief's beautiful daughter and is given a sacred amulet (that sinister jewel thieves want). Eventually they must confront the volcano god. Lots of classic Hollywood-style Polynesian dance numbers, luau scenes, and costumes.
In The Navy: [1941-Bud Abbot, Lou Costello, Dick Powell, Andrews Sisters, Shemp Howard-black&white-85 minutes] Musical comedy about two bungling sailors aboard a battleship bound for Hawaii. They help a beautiful singing star evade a stowaway reporter and fall in love. Lou masquerades as the captain and leads the ship on a wildly erratic course through the fleet at Pearl Harbor. Includes the Swing-style hula number "Hula Baluau" by the Andrews Sisters and Hawaiian musicians Andy Iona and Sam Koki.
DVD also includes: One Night In The Tropics, Buck Privates, Hold That Ghost, Keep 'em Flying, Ride 'em Cowboy and Who Done It?