Bob Hope

Bob Hope -

Bob Hope started in show business as a dancer and comedian in vaudville, where he earned the nick name, Rapid Robert.

His nick name is "Old Ski Nose." Bob's signiture song is "Thanks for the Memory," from the Paramount film, THE BIG BOADCAST OF 1938, his feature film debut.

Bob Hope's defining comedic film roles were made in the very successful Road pictures, made during the 1940's and 50's with Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour; including: ROAD TO SINGAPORE, ROAD TO ZANZIBAR, ROAD TO MORRACCO, ROAD TO UTOPIA, ROAD TO RIO, ROAD TO BALI, and ROAD TO HONG KONG.

Bob Hope holds the Guinness Book of World Records for being the most honored entertainer. He received 5 special Academy Awards, a Golden Globe: Ambassador of Good Will, plus many others for his meritous service. MORE.