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Bob Hope is a stressed out talk show host who is sent on a vacation to Arizona on doctor's orders and has to play Sherlock Holmes with his wife, the lovely Eva Marie Saint, to solve a series... See more »

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Dan Bartlett
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Sheila Bartlett
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John Ed
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Reese
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Crazy Hollister
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Sheriff 'Houndtooth' Riley
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Joe Little Cloud
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Old Bear
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Cactus, Deputy Sheriff
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Mary Little Cloud
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Roscoe Snagby
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Yamamoto
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Mr. Willie Sparker
Isabella Hoopes ...
Elderly Lady
Buster Shavers ...
Doc Morton
Tracy Bogart ...
Teenage Girl
Trudy Bordoff ...
Teenage Girl
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Motorcyclist
Priscilla Garcia ...
Motorcyclist
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Dr. Kaufman (uncredited)
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Himself (uncredited)
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Bing Crosby (uncredited)
Robert Dahdah ...
Crowd (uncredited)
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John Wayne (uncredited)
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Himself, Flip Wilson (uncredited)

Directed by

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Paul Bogart

Written by

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Bob Fisher ... () (as Robert Fisher)
 
Louis L'Amour ... (novel "The Broken Gun")
 
Arthur Marx ... ()

Produced by

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Bob Hope ... executive producer
Gordon Oliver ... producer

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Dominic Frontiere

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Russell Metty ... (as Russell L. Metty)

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Michael A. Hoey

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Rolland M. Brooks

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Anthony Mondell

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Mary Keats ... hair stylist
Mike Moschella ... makeup artist (as Michael Moschella)
Thomas Tuttle ... makeup artist (as Tom Tuttle)

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Nathan Barragar ... production manager
Igo Kantor ... post-production supervisor

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R. Robert Rosenbaum ... assistant director

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Monroe Liebgold ... property master
Ed Shanley ... construction coordinator
Ralph Caro Jr. ... set designer (uncredited)

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Vic Carpenter ... production sound mixer
Charles Grenzbach ... re-recording mixer (as Bud Grenzbach)

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John Coles ... special effects

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Richard Borland ... key grip
Alfred Cline ... camera operator (as Al Cline)
Calvin Maehl ... lighting technician
Earl C. Williman ... gaffer (as Earl Williman Jr.)

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Vou Lee Giokaris ... wardrobe
Barton Kent James ... wardrobe
Jane Leonard ... wardrobe: women (uncredited)

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Dan Wallin ... score mixer (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Allee G. Reed ... transportation captain (as Allee Reed)

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Wayne Fitzgerald ... title designer
Kasia ... fashion consultant
William Lawrence ... assistant to executive producer
Marshall J. Wolins ... script supervisor (as Marshall Wolins)
Ray Comer ... craft service (uncredited)
Bill Eliscu ... production representative (uncredited)
Dick Webb ... head wrangler (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Dan, a TV talk show host from New York is told by doctor to take a break. So he goes to Arizona and as he arrives, the press who were expecting a politician to arrive from Washington hound him and when a reporter asks his opinion about the Indians he empathizes with them. That's when an Indian girl approaches him and asks him if they can talk. He says yes go to his place and when he arrives he finds the girl dead. He tries to call the police but when they arrive the body is not there. Later he goes driving and the Sheriff stops him and finds the body in his car. He's arrested but a wealthy rancher shows up and tells the Sheriff to release him which he does. And he later finds a girl staying in his house and she says she's the rancher's daughter. Later Dan's wife shows up, it seems like their marriage is going through a rough patch but she's more concerned with trying to prove bis innocence. So they start bu talking the dead girl's uncle who doesn't know much but tells them of a wise old man who might be able to help them. They later do more snooping and clearly someone doesn't want them to do that. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Taglines It's BOB (Wanted dead or alive) HOPE See more »
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Also Known As
  • Die Ferien des Mr. Bartlett (Germany)
  • Fuera de emisiĆ³n (Spain)
  • Die Ferien des Mr. Bartlett (West Germany)
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  • 99 min
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Trivia Last theatrical release that Bob Hope ever starred in. See more »
Goofs At 54.20 Eva Marie Saint is talking on the phone and carries it out of the bedroom. But when she enters and crosses the living room there's no cord. See more »
Soundtracks Cancel My Reservation See more »
Quotes [Riding on the back of a motorcycle.]
Dan Bartlett: We can pick up my stomach on the way back!
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