Bob Hope and Bing Crosby embark on one of the most hilarious journeys ever filmed in this third and immensely popular "Road" picture. Luscious Dorothy Lamour adds her bountiful talents to the merry mixture and together, the trio dazzles with their own special brand of unforgettable comic entertainment. The lone survivors of a ship wrecked in the Mediterranean, our heroes find themselves in the company of Princess Shalimar (Lamour), who has purchased Bob and plans to make him her husband. This would be a swell plan except for the jealousy of nasty Sheik Mullay Kassim, played by the devilish Anthony Quinn. But Bing and Bob are resourceful fellow, and after a rollicking good time in which they bring Kassim and a rival sheik to the brink of war, they manage to bow out just in time to save their skins. Fortunately, Bing doesn't miss the chance to sing "Moonlight becomes You" to the princess, a song that has become one of his most-loved ballads. One of the top moneymakers of its time, Road To Morocco was nominated for two 1942 Academy Awards, including "Best Original Screenplay".
Bob Hope and the Road to Success
Command Performance 1945
"The Road to Morocco" Sing-Along
Cast and Filmmakers
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