Boston Blackie: Season 2, Episode 9

101 Blonde (12 Dec. 1952)

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Kent Taylor ...
Lois Collier ...
Frank Orth ...
Marjorie Weaver ...
The Blonde
John Crawford ...
Jim Marcum
Ted Hecht
Barry Bernard
Walter Kelley ...
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Blackie and Mary solve another one
12 September 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A young man is accused of being the driver in a fatal hit and run accident. He remembers nothing about the evening except that he gave a lift to a young woman in an elaborate dress with sequins. Blackie and Mary trace the dress as being the design of a pompous Hollywood designer named Severy and through him to Arcadia Pictures. The brief scenes of the studio's Western set are interesting. The story initially seems very straightforward but takes an interesting twist. I don't get the significance of the title which is niggling at me but doesn't distract from my liking the show. The lead actress in this episode was played by Marjorie Weaver in what is evidently her last film or t.v. appearance. I saw her in a fun 1940s mystery/comedy (Fashion Model) just a couple of months ago. I thought she was pretty good in that but quite frankly, she was not in this episode.


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