Road to Morocco
Road to Morocco is a 1942 American comedy film starring Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour, and featuring Anthony Quinn and Dona Drake. The film, which was written by Frank Butler and Don Hartman and directed by David Butler for Paramount Pictures, is the third of the "Road to …" films. It was preceded by Road to Zanzibar (1941) and followed by Road to Utopia (1946). The story is about two fast-talking guys castaway on a desert shore and sold into slavery to a beautiful princess. The setting is in Morocco.
The film opens with a freighter at sea exploding and news announcements. The cause of the explosion is a mystery, with all crew accounted for with the exception of two unidentified stowaways.
|author||Don Hartman Frank Butler|
|keywords||beautiful girl beautiful princess capture dan seymour drive-in drive-in restaurant eat float hear how to married moonlight becomes you morning new york harbor on the beach passionate kiss run away see all shoot sing smoke think violent death wed|
|nomination||Academy Award for Best Sound Academy Award for Best Writing, Original Screenplay|
|theme||buddy buddy comedy dance musical comedy road movie romantic comedy romantic musical|