Dangerous Blondes

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Dangerous Blondes
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Directed by Leigh Jason
Produced by Samuel Bischoff
Written byRichard Flournoy
Jack Henley
Starring Evelyn Keyes
Anita Louise
Allyn Joslyn
Music byEarl E. Lawrence (uncredited)
Cinematography Philip Tannura
Edited by Jerome Thoms
Production
company
Distributed byColumbia Pictures
Release date
23 September 1943
Running time
81 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Dangerous Blondes is a 1943 American comedy film directed by Leigh Jason and written by Richard Flournoy and Jack Henley.The film stars Allyn Joslyn and Evelyn Keyes, and was released by Columbia Pictures in September 1943. Alternate titles for this film were Reckless Lady and The Case of the Dangerous Blondes. [1] A review in Vanity Fair review characterized the film as a "laugh-packed session here via the antics of Allyn Joslyn and Evelyn Keyes." [2]

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Plot

Barry Craig (Allyn Joslyn), a crime fiction writer, and his wife Jane (Evelyn Keyes) are approached by Jane's friend, Julie Taylor (Anita Louise). Julie works for fashion photographer Ralph McCormick (Edmund Lowe), and she believes the studio is being stalked by a murderer. Soon after, a wealthy socialite, Isabel Fleming (Mary Forbes), is murdered during a photo session. The police become involved and the investigation takes its course. [1]

Cast

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References

  1. 1 2 Morton, Lisa; Adamson, Kent (2009). Savage Detours: The Life and Work of Ann Savage. McFarland. pp. 98–101. ISBN   978-0786443536 . Retrieved April 10, 2017.
  2. Blottner, Gene (2015). Columbia Noir: A Complete Filmography, 1940-1962. McFarland. pp. 55–56. ISBN   978-0786470143 . Retrieved April 10, 2017.