My Favorite Blonde (1942) was a Comedy - Black-and-white Film directed by Sidney Lanfield and produced by Paul Jones.
My Favorite Blonde (1942)By 4 Star Film Fan on Aug 25, 2018 From 4 Star Films
Bob Hope was one of the 20th centuries greatest personalities but sometimes his pictures weren’t always up to par. The most obvious exceptions would be the majority of the Road pictures with Bing Crosby, The Paleface films with Jane Russell, and this fun addition pairing our beloved funnyman w... Read full article
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Larry Haines: So, I'm a muckfritchetous snitdrivel, am I?
Karen Bentley: Yes, and you're also a scridgepodge, that's what you are!
Larry Haines: Hey, what's this 'Flip and Nip', this 'Floppy Louie' stuff?
Karen Bentley: No questions please. I'm being followed by two men in black.
Larry Haines: You sure you don't mean two men in white?
Karen Bentley: [surreptitiously] There's no time to lose. Do you know what it feels like to be followed, hounded and watched every second?
Larry Haines: Well I used to, but now I pay cash for everything.
Karen Bentley: Look at me.
Larry Haines: I'm looking.
Karen Bentley: You've got to trust me.
Larry Haines: I'm not through looking yet.
Karen Bentley: You mustn't ask any questions.
Larry Haines: I'm asking. I mean, I'm not asking.
Karen Bentley: My name's Karen Bentley. I can't tell you any more.
Larry Haines: My name's Larry Haines. There's no more to tell.
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Some cast members in studio records/casting call lists did not appear or were not identifiable in the movie. These were (with their character names): William Irving (Waiter), Mike Lally (Chicago Taxi Driver). 'Frank Marlowe' (Chicago Taxi Driver) and William Lally (Telegraph Operator).
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onOctober 19, 1942 with Bob Hope reprising his film role.
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