Golden Age of the Silver Screen

Road to Morocco (1942)

Episode #19

Road to Morocco (1942)Paramount Pictures released Road to Morocco to theaters on April 8, 1942. David Butler directed the film which starred Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy Lamour.

‘Road to Morocco’ Movie Summary

Road to Morocco begins with the explosion of a freighter out at sea. News spreads across the world over its destruction. While the cause of the ship’s explosion is unknown, the entire crew is accounted for sans two unidentified stowaways.

The men, Jeff Peters and Orville ‘Turkey’ Jackson, float adrift at sea on a piece of the ship’s wreckage. Jeff was the one whose bright idea it was to stow away, but it was Orville’s smoking that caused the mighty explosion, and got them into their current predicament.

They eventually hit land, and while they sit on the beach, Orville reminds Jeff that he promised Aunt Lucy to take care of him, but really, Aunt Lucy died before Jeff could agree. As they talk, a random camel walks over to them from out of nowhere, and kiss them over and over. When the boys realize who the real kisser it, they hitch a ride on the camel down the road to Morocco.

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Paramount Pictures released Road to Morocco to theaters on April 8, 1942. David Butler directed the film which starred Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and Dorothy Lamour.

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