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Too Many Blondes (1941)





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One wonders if the title Too Many Blondes was inspired by the well-publicized romantic peccadilloes of the film's star, Rudy Vallee. The plot centers on a husband-wife radio team, Dick (Vallee) and Virginia (Helen Parrish). When Dick is caught in an innocent but compromising situation with brassy blonde showgirl Hortense (Iris Adrian), Virginia is encouraged to inaugurate divorce proceedings by her oily ex-beau Ted (Jerome Cowan). It all winds up in Mexico, with Dick ardently chasing Virginia until she catches him. This being a Universal B-picture, it goes without saying that Shemp Howard shows up as comedy relief.


Rudy Vallee
as Dick Kerrigan
Helen Parrish
as Virginia Kerrigan
Lon Chaney Jr
as Marvin Gimble
Creighton Chaney
as Marvin Gimble
Eddie Quillan
as Wally Pelton
Jerome Cowan
as Ted Bronson
Shemp Howard
as Hotel Manager
Iris Adrian
as Hortense
Irving Bacon
as Twitchell
Paco Moreno
as Garvanza
Gus Schilling
as Elevator Operator
Elaine Morley
as Sophie Doltz
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