George Osborne and David Cameron, what a comic team Better than Abbott and Costello or Laurel and Hardy it would seem One makes speeches which the other one denies They then point out, that all the experts who criticise them, are merely telling lies They are getting paid a fortune for doing what they do Trouble is, it is now becoming obvious, they haven't got a clue We could all have a good laugh at this top comedy act If it wasn't so serious, the effect that their policies have, So now we've got two more years of misery, with our comic pair But then when we get our chance to vote, all laughs are off, and we must make sure that we are there by Arthur-Lowe, Liverpool
What does A&C stand for?
A&C stands for Abbott and Costello
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Between the two, apart from important work in the theatre, he appeared in more than 50 films, virtually all black-and-white (Kubrick's Spartacus was his only big colour movie), a fair number of them classics, a few mere potboilers, most notoriously Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd.
1959 Lou Costello, the American comedian of Abbott and Costello fame, died.
Byline: By SALLY WILLIAMS Abbott and costello were one of the greatest comedy teams in the history of show business.
The classic Abbott and Costello skit is ``Who's on first?
But comedy writing was his strength and he teamed up with Fred Rinaldo on scripts for shorts,before their big success on such films as Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948).
On November 21, Warner Home Video tickles the funny bone with the release of "Classic Comedy Teams Collection," featuring six classic comedies from three of Hollywood's legendary comedy teams - The Three Stooges, Abbott and Costello, and Laurel and Hardy.
``It was like Abbott and Costello,'' the chatty New Yorker adds, guffawing.