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Road to Singapore (Paramount) never gets there because in one of the numerous bars enroute, the newly paired comedy team of Bing Crosby and Bob Hope meets up with Dorothy Lamour. Miss Lamour (whose leggily revealing sarong turns out never to have been a sarong, but a sinjang) is earning her way with a gay little dance number in which she gets bull-whipped. Crooner Crosby, the lyric son of a businessman, has an irrepressible urge to be a beachcomber. He and Bob Hope take Miss Lamour beachcombing with them. Bing Crosby sings one song (Kaigoon) in Esperanto.

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