On the 'Road' with HOPE & CROSBY

Gehring, Wes
November 2000
USA Today Magazine;Nov2000, Vol. 129 Issue 2666, p68
Praises the parody legacy of the `Roads' films of actors Bob Hope and Bing Crosby in the United States motion picture industry. List of Roads pictures of Hope and Crosby; Fundamental parameters of parody.


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