Shipwreck survivors Jeff and Turkey (Bing Crosby and Bob Hope) are guests of a beautiful princess (Dorothy Lamour) who plans to marry Turkey. But the jealous Sheik Kassim has other plans for the groom. Jeff and Turkey manage to save their skins, at the brink of a desert war. Academy Award Nominations: 2, including Best Original Screenplay.
Monte Blue - American Actor
Paul Jones - American producer, THE LADY EVE/ROAD TO UTOPIA
Victor Young - Score Composer - "Three Coins in the Fountain"
Bing Crosby - American Singer/Actor
Harry Lillis Crosby - American Singer/Actor
Yvonne De Carlo - Actress, THE MUNSTERS, THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
Peggy Yvonne Middleton - Actress, THE MUNSTERS, THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
Jerry Colonna - American Comedian/Actor
Bob Hope - American Actor/Comedian
Leslie Townes Hope - American Actor/Comedian
Dorothy Lamour - American actress, THE HURRICANE (1937)
Dorothy Leta Dorothy Kaumeyer - American actress, THE HURRICANE (1937)
Anthony Quinn - Mexican actor, ZORBA THE GREEK
Anthony Rudolph Oaxaca Quinn - Mexican actor, ZORBA THE GREEK
Dona Drake - Actress
Irene Morra - Editor\1930s-1940s
Frank Butler - Character Actor/Screenwriter, WHISPERING SMITH
F.R. Butler - Character Actor/Screenwriter, WHISPERING SMITH
Frank R. Butler - Character Actor/Screenwriter, WHISPERING SMITH
Hans Dreier - Production Designer
David Butler - Director, Screenwriter (late '20s-'60s), Star (teens- '20s)
Vladimir Sokoloff - Russian Character Actor
Jim Peters and Turkey Jackson, two bumbling buffoons, are shipwrecked on an island off the coast of North Africa. When the beautiful Princess Shalimar comes to their rescue, Jim and Turkey think they've died and gone to heaven. But once her brawny, jealous husband finds out what these clowns have been up to, they're going to wish they had never left their island.
ROAD TO MOROCCO was added to the Library of Congress National Film Registry in 1996. Additional cast members include, Louise La Plante, Theo de Voe, Brooke Evans, Suzanne Ridgeway, Patsy Mace, Yvonne de Carlo, Poppy Wilde and Ralph Penney.
"...One of the best 'ROAD' pics..." - 10/23/1992 USA Today, p.8D
"...A hilarious spoof....[The] sets are suitably sumptuous in the grand old Hollywood style..." - 06/07/2001 Los Angeles Times, p.34
"[It's] fun, and won an Oscar nomination for best original screenplay." - 05/28/2010 Wall Street Journal