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Blu-ray Review - Road to Bali


Taking an extended break from collaboration after 1947's "Road to Rio," Bob Hope and Bing Crosby return to franchise duty with 1952's "Road to Bali," which marks a Technicolor debut for the series. Director Hal Walker takes the visual challenge seriously, working to pack in as many dazzling views as possible for the sixth installment of the comedy travelogue, giving his stars a brighter big screen playground to work with. "Road to Bali" also introduces a more manic approach to humor, with the production working in gags whenever they possibly can, turning what was once simple jesting into an occasionally bizarre farce that's guided by well-rehearsed shenanigans from Hope and Crosby.  Read the rest at


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