Sardonic detective Shane, thrown out of one town for bringing trouble, heads for home and his ex-partner's detective agency. The business is in a sad way, and Shane, who has had the ... See full summary »
Radio singer Glory Eden is publicized as the ideal of American womanhood, in order to sell the sponsor's product Ippsie-Wippsie Washcloths. In reality, Glory would like to at least sample ... See full summary »
John Dilson (Mr. Johnson) and Ralph Dunn (Policeman) were in cast list records for those roles in this movie, but they did not appear. Also, Lloyd Nolan was in production charts for this movie, but he also did not appear. See more »
Fun little film mocks the writing profession. The film's title is a puzzle, because the nice-to-look-at Virginia Grey doesn't seem blonde (although she was in real life). Both Shelton and Grey are pretty cute as the leads, and Donald Meek plays a brash alcoholic pulp writer in an unusual role for him. Albert Dekker is good as the fast-talking boss. But don't look for any Berkely touches, this must have been during his sleep-directing period.
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