#100 Rio Rita (S. Sylvan Simon): From 1942, a little known/seldom celebrated Abbott and Costello film that my brother and I would frequently watch on a worn VHS tape along with A&C Go to Hollywood (it was an AMC birthday tribute to Lou). The plot involves the friends, poor and destitute, working as ranch hands when they discover and dismantle a Nazi ring. The gags, both physical and verbal, stuck with me. We would watch and rewind the car gag, the mirage gag, etc. This was one of three MGM films made during their reign at Universal, as if the 90s Clippers borrowed Jordan n Horace Grant for three games. It's treatment of war anxieties, specifically the Boche amongst us, works just fine. It's a favorite, sorry not sorry.