Rob Reiner hosts a showing of the long-lost films of that wacky old comedy team 'Morton & Hayes'... which is really just an excuse for Christopher Guest, Joe Flaherty & Dick Blasucci to ... See full summary »
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Rob Reiner hosts a showing of the long-lost films of that wacky old comedy team 'Morton & Hayes'... which is really just an excuse for Christopher Guest, Joe Flaherty & Dick Blasucci to make their own comedy shorts a la Abbott & Costello. Written by
I don't get it to this day. One week, I'm watching a show doing a brilliant parody of those old "lost jungle goddess" films in flawless Abbott and Costello style, the next week, it's gone.
Any show with Rob Reiner directing and Christopher Guest and Joe Flaherty writing should be the biggest thing on television. The episodes I saw were sure funny enough to compete with anything I ever saw. Sadly, it's been reduced to a quick mention in Rob Reiner's resume, which is sad because I could tell that Rob really loved this one.
Any chance there's a video of this floating around somewhere?
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