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Cheating Blondes (1933)

 -  Mystery  -  1 May 1933 (USA)
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A reporter sets out to prove that his girlfriend was framed and sent to prison.


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Cast overview:
Anne Merrick / Elaine Manners
Ralf Harolde ...
Lawson Rolt
Milton Wallis ...
Mike Goldfish
Mrs. Jennie Carter
Earl McCarthy ...
Gilbert Frayle
William Humphrey ...
Jim - City Editor
Dorothy Gulliver ...
Brooks Benedict ...
Eddie Fetherston ...
Ben Savage ...


A reporter sets out to prove that his girlfriend was framed and sent to prison.

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1 May 1933 (USA)  »

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Girls in Trouble  »

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Toddie at her best!
6 December 2013 | by See all my reviews

Almost any movie with Thelma Todd is a must-see movie, and this one provides double value for all Thelma's fans as it supplies two Todds for the price of one. Needless to say, she is not only dressed to the nines, but cleverly delineates the two characters (twin sisters) that she so convincingly plays. However, it's not just Toddie that's the main attraction here. This film gives Ralf Harolde (who played nasties in many movies) by far the best role in his one hundred pictures' career. In fact, after this forceful role, you'd think he'd be set for life! He wasn't! As for Joseph Levering, the director here who paced the movie so cleverly, it seems he graduated from shorts to features, but disappeared from the directorial ranks after making this movie, coming back in 1938 and 1939 with eight "B" westerns! Also in the support cast of "Cheating Blondes", you'll notice Milton Wallis in his only movie appearance or credit. He plays the producer, Mike Goldfish, with considerable relish, and my guess is that he was an executive or lawyer associated with Larry Darmour's Majestic Pictures and/or Equitable Motion Pictures Corporation. Darmour made a fortune with the Mickey McGuire series, starting in 1927 and ending with "Mickey's Medicine Man" in 1934, so it's no wonder that by "B" standards, "Cheating Blondes" is so very lavishly produced. Available on an excellent Alpha DVD.

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