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

The Blonde from Brooklyn (1945) DVD-R

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Starring Bob Stanton, Lynn Merrick, Thurston Hall, Mary Treen

Directed by Del Lord



Print: black/white

Runtime: 65 min.

Genre: musical

Print Quality: B



The Blonde From Brooklyn is perky Susan Parker (Lynn Merrick), gainfully

employed as a "jukebox singer", back in the days when jukebox patrons

could request that their songs be performed live via telephone hookup.

Teaming with showbiz-minded G.I. Dixon Harper (Robert Stanton), Susan

passes herself off as a Southern belle in order to land a job singing radio

commercials for a Dixiefied coffee company. The fun begins when Susan

is mistaken for the heir to a Southern plantation, forcing her to keep up

her "yew all"s and "sho' nuff"'s indefinitely. Director Del Lord (of Three

Stooges fame) resurrects any number of old two-reel-comedy routines in

this trivial Columbia musical.

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Starring Bob Stanton, Lynn Merrick, Thurston Hall, Mary Treen
Directed by Del Lord

Print: black/white
Runtime: 65 min.
Genre: musical
Print Quality: B

The Blonde From Brooklyn is perky Susan Parker (Lynn Merrick), gainfully
employed as a "jukebox singer", back in the days when jukebox patrons
could request that their songs be performed live via telephone hookup.
Teaming with showbiz-minded G.I. Dixon Harper (Robert Stanton), Susan
passes herself off as a Southern belle in order to land a job singing radio
commercials for a Dixiefied coffee company. The fun begins when Susan
is mistaken for the heir to a Southern plantation, forcing her to keep up
her "yew all"s and "sho' nuff"'s indefinitely. Director Del Lord (of Three
Stooges fame) resurrects any number of old two-reel-comedy routines in
this trivial Columbia musical.

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