Bob Hope

MASH, Harry Morgan, 1972-1983

Ultimate Trivia Challenge: How Well Do You Know Veterans in TV & Film?

In honor of Memorial Day on Monday, May 27, we rounded up some trivia on various veterans in Hollywood as well as films depicting soldiers or war.

The Star-Spangled Revue R-SPANGLED REVUE, Bob Hope, host, (aired April 9, 1950).

Remembering When Comedian Bob Hope Made This Huge Career Choice in 1950

While he was hesitant to star on TV, it turned out to be a good choice.

THE 51ST ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARDS - Johnny Carson Gallery - Shoot Date: February 20, 1979.

Play The Oscars TV Crossword

17 Across: 1970 Best Picture winner, Midnight _____ Test your Oscars knowledge in our TV Crossword Puzzle.

Artistic TV Christmas collage with Die Hard movie

Six Oddball Christmas Holiday Flicks

Looking for something a little out of the norm to watch?

a black-and-white image from the first

Enjoy a Thanksgiving Marathon of ‘The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast’

Catchy Comedy network’s 24-hour marathon features 21 of Dean Martin’s classic comedy specials that featured a who’s-who of celebrities from the era roasting, and getting roasted by, each other in a good-natured way.

BOB HOPE 1971 CHRISTMAS USO TOUR -- Aired 01/14/1971 -- Pictured: Host Bob Hope

Bob Hope: A Long & Storied Career With the USO

Remembering Bob Hope on the anniversary of his death and his massive support for the USO during wartimes.

a black and white publicity shot for the 1948 horror comedy

Abbott and Costello Met Frankenstein (About) 75 Years Ago

1948’s Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein reignited the comedy duo’s popularity, introduced a new generation to classic Universal monsters (including Bela Lugosi as Dracula for only his second, and final, time in a movie) and influenced similar spooky/funny films to come.

Bob Hope introducing the 25th Academy Awards ceremony, the first to be televised, in 1953

Watch Bob Hope’s Opening at the First Oscars TV Broadcast in 1953

“Television. That’s where movies go when they die,” quips the host, along with other zingers that good-naturedly reflect the tension between the film industry and young upstart television 70 years ago.