The third, and best, in the "Road" series, ROAD TO MOROCCO has everything going for it. Bob Hope and Bing Crosby were not yet tired of the formula, and their breezy acting wafts the picture along in a melange of gags, songs, thrills, and calculated absurdities. The duo had already sent up
adventure movies in ROAD TO SINGAPORE and jungle films in ROAD TO ZANZIBAR--the next target was the Arabian Nights. Jeff Peters (Crosby) and Turkey Jackson (Hope) are the lone survivors of a Mediterranean shipwreck. They land on a beach, mount a passing camel, and go off toward Morocco, where they
learn that things aren't swell. The area is parched, the people poor, and foreigners...