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Dangerous Blondes (1943)





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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.


Allyn Joslyn
as Barry Craig
Evelyn Keyes
as Jane Craig
Edmund Lowe
as Ralph McCormick
Anita Louise
as Julie Taylor
John Hubbard
as Kirk Fenley
Frank Craven
as Inspector Clinton
Michael Duane
as Harry Duerr
Ann Savage
as Erika McCormick
William Demarest
as Detective Gatling
Hobart Cavanaugh
as Edward E. 'Pop' Philpot
Frank Sully
as Detective Henderson
Robert Stanford
as Jim Snyder
Lynn Merrick
as May Ralston
Stanley Brown
as Lee Kenyon
Bess Flowers
as Madge Lawrence
Mary Forbes
as Mrs. Fleming
John Abbott
as Roland Smith
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Allyn Joslyn and Evelyn Keyes made a piquant team, and the corpses don't cause too sharp a pang, and Evelyn's wardrobe is infinitely copyable.

April 1, 2019 | Full Review…

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