Here Come the Co-eds (1945)

  |  Comedy, Music, Musical


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Two bumblers become caretakers at an all-girls college. During their misadventures, the duo raise money to free the school from its traditionally-minded landlord.


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  • Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Martha O'Driscoll, and Peggy Ryan in Here Come the Co-eds (1945)
  • Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Phil Spitalny, Evelyn Kaye Klein, and Phil Spitalny and His All-Girl Orchestra in Here Come the Co-eds (1945)
  • Lon Chaney Jr., Bud Abbott, and Lou Costello in Here Come the Co-eds (1945)
  • Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, and Martha O'Driscoll in Here Come the Co-eds (1945)
  • Lon Chaney Jr., Lou Costello, and Sammy Stein in Here Come the Co-eds (1945)
  • Bud Abbott and Lou Costello in Here Come the Co-eds (1945)

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Director:

Jean Yarbrough

Writers:

John Grant (screenplay), Edmund L. Hartmann (original story), Arthur T. Horman (screenplay)

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24 November 2013 | ducatimatz28
Here come the Coeds produced two Castle Film Shorts in 1949!
Castle films extracted the best scenes from this feature and made two 8mm/16mm shorts "Fun on the Run" and "Oysters and Muscles" for the home film market.This was done in 1949 and both titles were among the most popular of all the A&C Castle shorts.If you look up on Ebay you can see both titles listed numerous times during the year.Most are regular 8mm,as 16mm sound was usually to expensive for the average home market user.

I have collected 16mm Castle Films since the 1960's.Before VHS & DVD,s came along, 16mm optical sound track was basically the only format for showing sound edition prints. When super 8mm came on the scene in the later 60's you could buy magnetic sound super 8 prints...

It was reported that after A&C had split up and weren't under contract to Universal pictures any longer;Lou Costello sued Castle Films for unpaid royalties he believed were due him from Castle's Home Market sales.I believe it was never settled as Costello died in 1959 and Castle Films continued on well into the 70's before becoming Universal 8...s.m.

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