Abbott & Costello - Money Swap & Roulette

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ManofMystery89 : These two are legends!

IslesGirl14 : "That doesn't look nice chewing that in that suit." "I'm chewing it in my mouth!" lollll

jedimaster69nyc : "what kind of a ball is that?" "It's got the hee-cups!" LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

Andrew Miller : You rig the games, the players will rig you back!

finalcountdown3210 : That face slap

Malachi Alt : When Costello's being funny with the money at the beginning, you can see some of the background people looking back and smiling/laughing.

sergio lares : 42 seconds in and I'm laughing so hard!!

StenoFusco85 : The guy who spins the roulette wheel is Joe Kirk (real name Ignazio Curcuruto), the same actor who played Mr. Bacciagaluppe in several Abbot and Costello Show episodes!

i am the captain now : fantastic show truelly the past shows are still enjoyable

raythetse : Casinos don't need to cheat. The odds are so much in their favor it wouldn't make sense to bother.

soslothful : This sketch promotes gambling and cheating, two sinful activities.

OneWeirdDude : For some reason, I agree with the description.

Veggieman87 : ...right, I'm just going to go ahead and assume you can't read because HoodaTai's reply to my original comment gives the name of the movie.

Veggieman87 : Right. I had seen them do the money routine before somewhere else, but didn't know where it came from so I was asking which movie this was since they probably did it here before doing it on TV.

Anthony LaRocco : that's how they do it in Atlantic City

Cynthia Ennis : Love it!!! ❤️

SRT8Driver : ah the true classic Kings of Comedy, just are....

HoodaTai : @Veggieman87 Naughty Nineties!

Darius Chocobo : The girl standing opposite them is sooooo pretty!

m j : That guy hitting leu needed his jaw jacked and leu was a golden gloves boxer he could have done it lol

Daniel Thompson : Tad repetitive the misunderstanding with 20-22, same as alot of other clips in some variation.

YOURCODNOW : Abbot and Castello! they arent in a movie! their major comedians! obviously way before your time...

TheRorofrappuccino : 0:28 - 0:39 has me dying when he almost broke character and said stop it when he bucked up to him.

Brian : lol, that guy had it coming

brandon mccully : That's how it should be played

xanazumaki2 : G'BYE!

theKaruso : Casinos now do the EXACT same thing. Only difference is, they do it discretely. But the concept is the same

Britta Klaudat : To cute ...

Lesley Phillips : DID YOU KNOW, THAT COSTELLO WAS AN EXTRA FOR HIS COMEDY HEROES, LAUREL AND HARDY, IN THEIR EARLY SILENT (AND BRILLIANTLY FUNNY!) "BATTLE OF THE CENTURY"? IF YOU LOOK HARD ENOUGH - AND DON'T BLINK - YOU CAN SPOT HIM IN HIS CLOSE-UP, AMONG 500 OTHER EXTRAS! READ ALL ABOUT THEN - AND EVERYTHING THAT HAPPENED BEFORE STAN LAUREL MET OLIVER HARDY, IN "ARTHUR AND NORVELLE: THE FORGOTTEN AND REAL LEGEND OF LAUREL AND HARDY", JUST OUT, EXCLUSIVE TO AMAZON!

David Doyle : Why are you yelling?

JOHNSTAGS : The guy who spins the roulette wheel was Lou Costello's brother-in-law

riah mc : lol i think im the only 14 year old out there watching this for fun xDD hahaha idk why but i think they as soooooo funny x)

The Christian KarateKa : (joke) who the heck is abbott and costello, are they the guys that run the government, because if they are the whole 13 into 28 7 times makes a whole lot more sense to me now...

Veggieman87 : What movie is this from?

Veggieman87 : That doesn't even make sense.

supremeoveralskaters : HA. thats what he gets for trying to cheat them lol

whylekat : Is this from a movie or their TV show?

Ralph Schmitt : 2:56....Soooo funny!

Vince Masuka : We'll play the same number, I'll play 20 and you play 20 too.

Ikrani : And that is how you beat a fixed roulette game.

Daniel Madsø : So simpel, yet so funny!!!

YOURCODNOW : Its one of their bits.

Tarone Smith : isn't a movie you DUMBASS

VIDEOHEREBOB : Beyond great. (The rouette man is Lou's real life brother-in-law.)

Jerry Johnson : Mar.6th: Happy birthday Stage-Television Comedian Louis Francis Cristillo / Lou Costello (1906-1959) Thank you and God bless. RIP. Thanks for the upload, Hooda Tai. Classic. Blessings