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Slightly Dangerous (1943) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Wesley Ruggles and produced by Pandro S. Berman.

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Bob Stuart: I couldn't hate you, darling. Unless you turned out to be a... female impersonator. And I'll bet you my bottom dollar you're not.


Bob Stuart: Well, uh, you see, she had amnesia when I met her. What's more, it recurred, you know, kept happening on and off. Why once I came home late at night. I got into bed, kissed her and she gave me a friendly smile and then said, "Who are you?" It was the friendly smile that burned me up.


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Lana Turner reprised her role the same year on a Lux Radio Theatre broadcast alongside Victor Mature on October 25, 1943.
Many cast members in studio records/casting call lists did not appear or were not identifiable in the movie. These were (with their character names, if any): Eddie Acuff (Sailor), Ernie Alexander (Masher), Murray Alper (Sailor), 'Sam Ash' (Man on Street), Joseph E. Bernard, Lester Dorr, Betty Farrington (Customer), Edward Gargan (Policeman), Ben Hall (Customer), Lee Phelps Customer), Charles Sherlock (Man on Street), Emmett Vogan (Nicholson), Douglas Wood (Old Man) and Joe Yule (Painter).
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