Abbott and Costello go on a babysitting job and end up in a magical adventure.
When Mr. Dinkle (Bud Abbott) and Jack (Lou Costello) go to the Cosman Employment Agency looking for work, they are sent to babysit little Donald (David Stollery) and his baby sister.
When Jack has trouble reading the tough words in Donald’s favorite book at bedtime, Donald reads the book to Jack instead. In a role reversal, Jack falls asleep and begins to live out the tale of Jack and the Beanstalk.
“Jack and the Beanstalk” is a 1952 American Abbott and Costello film directed by Jean Yarbrough.