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Oh, Professor, Behave (1946)

Leon, sight unseen, rents a room in his house to a professor, who turns out to be a beautiful blonde. This unforseen stroke of good fortune, to Leon's way of thinking, only lasts until his ... See full summary »

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Leon Errol
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Leon, sight unseen, rents a room in his house to a professor, who turns out to be a beautiful blonde. This unforseen stroke of good fortune, to Leon's way of thinking, only lasts until his wife (Dorothy Granger) sees the "Professor." Harmony is restored, following a period of vase throwing, when the professor moves out. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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1 March 1946 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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Leon Caught Unawares
8 January 2018 | by See all my reviews

When she discovers Leon Errol has been throwing parties with young women in her absence, wife Dorothy Granger walks out. Meanwhile, Leon is asked to put up a friend of a friend, a professor, unaware that it's a pretty young girl. When Dorothy returns and Leon discovers who his guest is, he tries to hide her and hire a substitute off the street, all to the usual chaotic results in a Leon Errol short.

For some reason, Daisy, the dog actor from the BLONDIE series over at Columbia makes a guest appearance in this episode of Errol's long-running series of RKO shorts. I'm not sure why, but the pooch does its usual competent and amusing tricks.


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