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Wild and amused comedy very little well-known between
films of George Marshall, with surprising scenes that will make
to all the lovers of the good humor.
Between the great actresses of the comedy it is necessary to add another name: Veronica Lake, a wonderful actress who demonstrated to have a fine talent for the high comedy and who locates it between the greatest of this genre like Katharine Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly, Carole Lombard, Judy Hollyday or Betty Grable. And one of the more beautiful...
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Out of the 3 movies Veronica Lake and Eddie Bracken were in together," Hold That Blonde " is definitely the best. Eddie is hilarious as the sweet-hearted kleptomaniac, who pick-pockets Veronica Lake. Trouble begins, as Eddie falls deeply in love with the beautiful Veronica , but she is mixed up with a gang of jewel thieves. The comical antics are endless, and the story moves at an enjoyable pace. Veronica Lake's role is a large part of this movie, and she has good timing, and gives an outstanding performance keeping up with comedian Bracken. It's a shame the studio couldn't have given the talented actress more roles like this, at least giving her a chance to prove that she had versatility, and was more than just a head of hair. I really appreciated watching this very entertaining comedy, that still holds up well and should be released on DVD for all to enjoy.
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