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Blue, White and Perfect (1942) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Herbert I. Leeds and produced by Sol M. Wurtzel.

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Juan Arturo O'Hara: She's what I call a very attractive woman!
Michael Shayne: Yeah, she's a very regular fella too.

Ethel: Merle's gettin' married today.
Michael Shayne: Gettin' married? She can't do that to me!
Ethel: You can't blame her none, Mike. After all, she was caught between a stiff breeze and plenty of wind.
Michael Shayne: Talk English!
Ethel: Well, you gave her a stiff breeze, and he gave her plenty of wind.

Michael Shayne: [Giving up trying to batter open the door as the hold fills up with water] Hey, it's no use! How good are you at drowning?
Juan Arturo O'Hara: I did fine last time.
Michael Shayne: [Climbing on top of a crate] Come on. Let's pick ourselves a comfortable spot to do it.

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Other product placements in this film are cartons of Chesterfield cigarettes and a sign for Challenge ice cream.
Although this film was made long before product placement became prevalent in films, the Del-Monte logo is shown on crates in the hold of the ship.
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