Neither Abbott nor Costello wanted to make this movie. Bud hated the script; Lou wanted a different cast. Universal suspended both of them for a week, and filming began two days behind schedule. See more »
When Joe/Humphrey throws the exploding enchilada at the escaping Harry, it can be seen bouncing on the ground to the left of the explosion. See more »
Remember, in the future, when a reporter comes in and asks you for an interview - don't talk so much!
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Released on 8mm film as "No Bulls, Please" by Castle Films. See more »
Two con men selling phony stock flee to Mexico ahead of the law, where they run into a woman friend from their earlier days, who is now a bullfighter.
The plots of the various movies don't really matter one way or the other. What really matters are the gags. I loved the painting gag, even though I saw the punchline coming. And the Smith / Jones routine is the sort of back and forth people love from this duo (myself included).
I think the comedy duo tends to be best remembered today (2017) for their series of films meeting the Universal monsters. But let's not forget some gems like this one, which has aged surprisingly well.
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