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Mr. Bob Hope (English Birth) but an American Citizen Known for his work in vaudeville, theater, radio and movies.Hi did some sixty tours with the USO. Entertaining our troops all over the world. His song from an early movie, "Thanks For The Memory" was his signature song. Movies were most remembered where he was paired with Bing Crosby and his movie female interest Dorothy Lamour.

Bob Hope 1903-2003 "I do benefits for all religions - I'd hate to blow the hereafter on a technicality"

Last words Surprise me. Who: Bob Hope Note: Spoken to his wife when asked where he wanted to be buried.

Bob Hope) Born Leslie Townes Hope May 29, 1903 Eltham, London, England Died July 27, 2003 (aged 100) Toluca Lake, California, US Occupation Actor, comedian, singer, author, athlete Years active 1919–1997 Spouse(s) Grace Louise Troxell (1933–1934) Dolores Hope (1934–2003; his death) Children 4 Relatives Jack Hope (brother)

Bob Hope is a well-known comedian. He really impressed me in his works "My Favorite Blonde as Larry and as Eddie Foy in "The Seven Little Foys"

Bob Hope, born Leslie Townes Hope (May 29, 1903 – July 27, 2003), was an English-born American comedian, vaudevillian, actor, singer, dancer, author, and athlete who appeared on Broadway, in vaudeville, movies, television, and on the radio. He was noted for his numerous United Service Organizations (USO) shows entertaining American military personnel—he made 57 tours for the USO between 1942 and 1988. Throughout his long career, he was honored for this work.

Bob Hope entertaining the troops...used to love watching his shows. You could tell by all the faces how much he was appreciated. He was doing such a wonderful thing bringing the troops a little comic relief.

Bob Hope - he may not have had the classic good looks, but wit, charm, intelligence and good manners made more than up for it.

For many years, he gave up Christmas at home to be with those who needed something to laugh about. Thanks for the memories, Mr. Hope.

Bob Hope - one of a kind. Still wish he was around. They don't make them like that anymore.