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Blondie Johnson (1933) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Lucien Hubbard and Ray Enright .

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Blondie Johnson (1933) with Joan Blondell and Chester Morris

By Orson De Welles on Oct 1, 2015 From Classic Film Freak

Share This! Here she is…Miss Public Enemy No. 1! Though acclaimed by most at the film that catapulted star Joan Blondell to the national scene, Blondie Johnson is at best an average movie. Though billed as the next entry in Warner Brothers? long line of gangster classics and containing hints a... Read full article

The Anti-Damsel Blogathon: Blondie Johnson (1933)

By shadowsandsatin on Aug 15, 2015 From Shadows and Satin

When we first meet Blondie Johnson, she?s begging for help from the Welfare and Relief Association. She tells the unsympathetic operative that she lives in the backroom of a drug store. She and her mother were turned out of their last apartment. They rely on the kindness of their neighbors for food.... Read full article

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