Sorrowful Jones / The Paleface

A Bob Hope comedy double bill. 'Sorrowful Jones' (1949) - When bookie Bob is left with a client's 5-year-old daughter, he must become a reluctant father in this lively comedy based on Damon Runyon's 'Little Miss Marker'. Lucille Ball co-stars with William Demarest and Bruce Cabot. 'The Paleface' (1948) - Hope is a daffy dentist and a shaky gun; Jane Russell is the gorgeous gunslinger Calamity Jane, and together they tame the Wild West with laughter in one of Bob's best comedies. With the Oscar-winning song 'Buttons and Bows'.

Year: 1948
Genre: Comedy, Westerns, Classic Comedy, Based on..., Classic Cinema
Country: USA
Director: Norman Z McLeod, Sidney Lanfield
Starring: Bob Hope, Lucille Ball, Jane Russell, Robert Armstrong, Bruce Cabot
Duration: 180 Minutes
Rating: PG
Location in store: Western
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