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Dagwood ventures into private business with a woman partner
This is an excellent Blondie in the series! Everyone is involved for this very funny venture of Dagwood into his own private business.
The trouble starts when Mr. Dithers leaves Dagwodd in charge while he goes out of town on business. Dagwood hires a woman soldier, and Dithers returns early - of course Dag gets fired. Blondie, he and Sergeant McDermott start their own firm and the fun begins. They encounter Mr. Butler, not realising who he really is. More fun occurs when Dagwood poses as Dagger Mike to get the contract from the real Mr. Butler!
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