Bob Hope

A regal offspring of the silver screen.

Bob Hope
Full NameLeslie Townes Hope

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It's a maybe. Bob Hope comes from the illustrious Hope family. They have four celebrities in their family. With forty-two credited apperances in TV, film, and video.

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  • The ABC Comedy Hour
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  • The Colgate Comedy Hour
  • Hollywood: The Gift of Laughter
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  • This Is Your Life
  • America's Tribute to Bob Hope
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The esteemed Leslie Townes "Bob" Hope was born of a light opera singer mother and stonemason father in Eltham, London, England. A renowned comedian, dancer, and actor, he immigrated to the United States in 1908 and made his first film appearance in The Big Broadcast of 1938 (1938). He then starred in the renowned "Road to" series of films alongside Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour throughout the 1940s. Subsequently, he appeared in such films as Monsieur Beaucaire (1946), The Paleface (1948), and The Lemon Drop Kid (1951). He was also the first major star of the small screen, appearing on The Bob Hope Show (1950), The Colgate Comedy Hour (1950), and The Bob Hope Show (1953). His last feature film was Alias Jesse James (1959). A recipient of numerous awards and honors, Bob Hope passed away in his Toluca Lake, California home in 1962. He will forever be remembered for his signature tune, "Thanks for the Memory".

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