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Too Many Blondes (1941)

 -  Drama | Musical  -  1 August 1941 (USA)
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A man whose girlfriend turned him down and married another man tries to break up their marriage.

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Cast

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Dick Kerrigan
Helen Parrish ...
Virginia Kerrigan
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Marvin Gimble
Jerome Cowan ...
Ted Bronson
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Hotel Manager Ambrose Tripp
Iris Adrian ...
Hortense Kent
Eddie Quillan ...
Wally Pelton
Irving Bacon ...
Radio Station Manager Twitchell
Jean Brooks ...
Agel De Vol (as Jeanne Kelly)
Francisco Moreno ...
Luis Gravanza (as Paco Moreno)
Gus Schilling ...
Elevator Operator
Dorothy Lee ...
Lorene La Rue
Carmella Cansino ...
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Jose Cansino ...
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Humberto Herrera ...
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A man whose girlfriend turned him down and married another man tries to break up their marriage.

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1 August 1941 (USA)  »

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Há Loiras a Mais  »

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Final film of Dorothy Lee. See more »

Soundtracks

The Man on the Flying Trapeze
(uncredited)
Written by Alfred Lee and George Leybourne
Music arranged by Walter O'Keefe
Sung by Rudy Vallee, accompanied by Bouncing Ball Audience Sing-along
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