Vista Del Rio is a hotbed of Axis spies. Agents intend to use a fiesta radio show to send a coded message, a scheme that may be scrambled silly when Doc and Wishy stumble onto it. Bud Abbott and Lou Costello play the inept duo in this musical comedy.
It's fiesta time in Vista Del Rio, and that means much musical celebration. It's also a time of global war. So, in the updated plot of this exuberant World War II-era remake of the 1929 Wheeler and Woolsey romp, that means little Vista Del Rio is a jalape?o hotbed of Axis spies. The agents intend to use a fiesta radio show to send a coded message, a scheme that may be scrambled silly when stumblebums Doc and Wishy stumble onto it. Bud Abbott and Lou Costello play the inept duo in this musical comedy that -- from riffing on the word "pekinese" to Lou's hunger-fueled food mirage (tastes like chicken!) to his loopy spin within an oversized washing machine -- has the famed funnymen fracturing any situation into goofy glee. Enjoy!
Abbott and Costello are at it again as they do some matchmaking for a new friend. on their way to the big city, they wind up in a small town in Texas and are chased by Nazi spies.
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