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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Dangerous Blondes (1943) DVD-R

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Starring Allyn Joslyn, Evelyn Keyes, Edmund Lowe, John Hubbard, Anita

Louise, Ann Savage, William Demarest

Directed by Leigh Jason



Print: black/white

Runtime: 81 min.

Genre: comedy

Print Quality: B



Stalwart supporting actor Allyn Joslyn is afforded a rare leading role in

the Columbia mystery meller Dangerous Blondes. Joslyn and Evelyn

Keyes play Harry and Jane Craig, a road-company Nick and Nora Charles.

A popular mystery writer, Harry occasionally indulges in amateur

detective work, with wife Jane at his side; their friendly nemesis is

Inspector Clinton (Frank Craven), who'd prefer that the Craigs would stay

home and mind their own business. This proves impossible when Ralph

McCormick (Edmund Lowe), the owner of a swank fashion studio, is

accused of murdering his wife for the love of designer Julie Taylor (Anita

Louise). Snooping around on their own, the Craigs find the real killer-and

nearly wind up victims themselves.

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Starring Allyn Joslyn, Evelyn Keyes, Edmund Lowe, John Hubbard, Anita
Louise, Ann Savage, William Demarest
Directed by Leigh Jason

Print: black/white
Runtime: 81 min.
Genre: comedy
Print Quality: B

Stalwart supporting actor Allyn Joslyn is afforded a rare leading role in
the Columbia mystery meller Dangerous Blondes. Joslyn and Evelyn
Keyes play Harry and Jane Craig, a road-company Nick and Nora Charles.
A popular mystery writer, Harry occasionally indulges in amateur
detective work, with wife Jane at his side; their friendly nemesis is
Inspector Clinton (Frank Craven), who'd prefer that the Craigs would stay
home and mind their own business. This proves impossible when Ralph
McCormick (Edmund Lowe), the owner of a swank fashion studio, is
accused of murdering his wife for the love of designer Julie Taylor (Anita
Louise). Snooping around on their own, the Craigs find the real killer-and
nearly wind up victims themselves.

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