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Abbott and Costello On DVD

Up until this year only a few Abbott and Costello films were on DVD. The films were only giving basic release with no bonus features, save for Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein which got the deluxe treatment. Finally this year Universal Studios is releasing all of Abbott and Costello's films onto DVD. The set is called The Best of Abbott and Costello and will be released over the year in 4 volumes. Vol. 1 and 2 each have 8 films on two dvds with theatrical trailers and production notes. Each film has been giving a beautiful transfer and they have never looked better. The films look so good they literally pop off the screen. The packaging is also great and features great cover art and photos of Bud and Lou. The best part of all is that they retail for only $25.00! Most likely you can find it online or in the stores for less than twenty dollars. 8 classic films for 20 bucks is an incredible deal.

The Best of Abbott and Costello Volume 1

Volume 1 features Abbott and Costello's first 8 films for Universal included their feature film debut in One Night In The Tropics. The 8 films are.

One Night In The Tropics

Buck Privates

In The Navy

Hold That Ghost

Keep'em Flying

Ride'em Cowboys

Pardon My Sarong

Who Done It?

The Best of Abbott and Costello Volume 2

Set for release on May 4th the 8 films included in Volume 2 are.

Hit The Ice

In Society

Here Come The Co-Eds

The Naughty Nineties

Little Giant

The Time Of Their Lives

Buck Privates Come Home

The Wistful Widow Of Wagon Gap

Due to legal reasons It Ain't Hay will not be released.

The Best of Abbott and Costello Volume 3

It's been announced that The Best of Abbott and Costello Volume 3 will be releases on August 3rd and will include these films.

Abbott and Costello Meet Frankestein

Mexican Hayride

Abbott and Costello Meet The Killer

Abbott and Costello In The Foreign Legion

Abbott and Costello Meet The Invisible Man

Comin' Round The Mountain

Lost In Alaska

Abbott and Costello Go to Mars

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