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Slightly Dangerous (1943)





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This airy bit of MGM fluff stars Lana Turner as small-town soda clerk Peggy Evans. After telling off the self-important new drugstore manager Bob Stuart (Robert Young), Peggy, convinced that there's no future for her in her hometown, fakes her suicide and heads for the big city. After a series of dizzying comic complications, she successfully poses as the long-lost daughter of millionaire Cornelius Burden (Walter Brennan). Meanwhile, poor Bob, held responsible for Peggy's "death," comes to town determined to clear his name by exposing Peggy as an impostor. How this all works itself out is as hard to swallow as the rest of the picture, but the stars are attractive and the production values first-rate.


Lana Turner
as Peggy Evans, Carol Burden
Robert Young
as Bob Stuart
Walter Brennan
as Cornelius Burden
Alan Mowbray
as English Gentleman
Florence Bates
as Mrs. Roanoke-Brooke
Howard Freeman
as Mr. Quill
Ward Bond
as Jimmy
Ray Collins
as Snodgrass
Paul Stanton
as Stanhope
Kay Medford
as Girl Getting off Bus
Grace Hayle
as Lady Customer
Ann Doran
as Salesgirl
Catherine Lewis
as Salesgirl
Edward Earle
as Employee
Frank Faylen
as Gateman
Norma Varden
as Opera Singer
Cliff Clark
as Detective
Mimi Doyle
as Miss Kingsway
Joe Devlin
as Painter
Robert Blake
as Boy on Porch
Mary Elliott
as Operator
Ray Teal
as Pedestrian
Frances Rafferty
as Girl Getting off Bus
Pat West
as Man Getting on Bus
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