Aurora has put together two very treasured items, the comedic genius of Abbott & Costello and the guy I wish was my grandfather Boris Karloff – Always witty, and entertaining as can be- read Once Upon A Screen’s take on Abbott and Costello Meet the Killer, Boris Karloff-Cheers Aurora
Amos Strickland arrives at the secluded Crandall’s Lost Cavern Hotel on a dark, rainy night. He is greeted by hotel detective, Casey Edwards (Bud Abbott) who wonders what the most important criminal attorney in the country is doing at Crandall’s. Strickland is in a foul mood, a mood worsened by the hotel’s bumbling bell boy, Freddie Phillips (Lou Costello) who hits the lawyer with an umbrella and breaks his glasses before he ever picks up a bag. Strickland makes a fuss, complains to the hotel manager and Freddie is fired.
Fast forward to a few hours later and we see Freddie entering Strickland’s room. Hoping to get his job back the former bell boy is delivering a half-hearted apology when he notices the old man has been murdered. Murdered, I tell ya! And so the mystery begins.
Now, we know from the get-go Freddie hasn’t murdered anyone, but he ends up…
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