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Triple Trouble (1944)

Errol's stenographer tells him she will have to leave her job because of her jealous husband, so he volunteers to explain away his doubts.

Director:

Harry D'Arcy

Writers:

George Jeske (screen play), Monte Collins (screen play) (as Monty Collins)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Leon Errol ... Leon Errol
Claire Carleton ... Errol's Stenographer
Lee Trent Lee Trent ... Errol's Stenographer's Husband
Dorothy Granger ... Mrs. Errol (as Dorothy Grainger)
Harry Harvey
Emory Parnell
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Errol's stenographer tells him she will have to leave her job because of her jealous husband, so he volunteers to explain away his doubts.

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Genres:

Comedy | Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 September 1944 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

RKO Radio Pictures See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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14 October 2019 | by bobliptonSee all my reviews

Claire Carleton wants to quit as Leon Errol's secretary. Her husband, Lee Trent, thinks she's carrying on with Leon. Meanwhile, Leon's wife, Dorothy Granger, is consulting with her psychic/real estate agent for a new apartment when their lease is up. Leon spots them and thinks she's carrying on with him, egged on by taxi driver Emory Parnell. It may not end well.... but it will end funny in this episode of Leon's long-running comedy series from RKO.

Dorothy Granger had broken from the extra ranks at Hal Roach's studio about 1930. She co-starred in a couple of Charley Chase's shorts before moving on. From 1932 through the early 1950s, if you wanted a pretty brunette with great comic timing, you couldn't do better, and she appeared in about 250 features and shorts, 45 or so of them in Leon's series. She made the transition to TV with the Abbott & Costello show and worked through about 1960. Twice married, she passed away in 1995, 83 years old.


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