Lost in Alaska (1952) - Rotten Tomatoes

Lost in Alaska1952

Lost in Alaska (1952)





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One of the lesser Abbott and Costello features, this comedy casts the classic duo as firemen in turn-of-the-century San Francisco. The pair befriend a suicidal man and wind up following him to Alaska, where they begin a quest for two million dollars in gold.


Bud Abbott
as Tom Watson
Lou Costello
as George Bell
Mitzi Green
as Rosette
Tom Ewell
as Nugget Joe McDermott
Bruce Cabot
as Jake Stillman
Jack Ingram
as Henchman
Rex Lease
as Old-Timer
Joe Kirk
as Henchman
Bobby Barber
as Ship's Cook
Minerva Urecal
as Mrs. McGillicuddy
Maudie Prickett
as Woman in Window
Billy Wayne
as Croupier
Julia Montoya
as Eskimo Woman
Paul Newlan
as Capt. Chisholm
Fred Aldrich
as Bearded Prospector
Donald Kerr
as Multolah
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Audience Reviews for Lost in Alaska

Another Abbott and Costello movie that I never got a chance to see on TV. Don't believe this one got much air play, which is a shame as its up there with their best. Working in San Francisco as firemen they save a love sick miner from Alaska from jumping in the river to end it all. Somehow they end up in Alaska to join with the lady of the miners dreams to recover and move his gold before others get it. Many funny routines throughout this film Good clean comedy from an era when clean comedy was COMEDY. 4 Stars

Bruce Bruce
Bruce Bruce

Super Reviewer

Although Bud and Lou are always a pleasure to watch, this consists of mostly rehashed humor, although the sequence where Bud tricks Lou into keeping watch all night can cause some smiles.

Anthony Valletta
Anthony Valletta

Super Reviewer

Decent, but not great. Still, it's Bud and Lou, so it's gonna be funny.

Christopher  Brown
Christopher Brown

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