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Blondie Johnson
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(1933)

When Blondie Johnson's mother dies in poverty, Blondie vows that she will never be poor again. Convinced that virtue doesn't pay, she travels to the city and immediately begins a con with the help of taxi driver Red Charley. Later that evening, after splitting the take with Red, one of her marks, Danny Jones, spots her and invites her home with him for a talk.

Runtime:
1:07
Released:
February 25, 1933

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Cast

7ns5gqycnarctdnro2lxj9rynkg Joan Blondell Blondie Johnson
A1nwnc7m1cp9xyuwfzgdfj4orcf Chester Morris Danny
T2zumhv1ztwifv0ujhlfsztdusm Allen Jenkins Louis
Earle Foxe Scannel
Pt1tqlto82pfj3plvp4srqadl9z Claire Dodd Gladys
Mae Busch Mae
Joseph Cawthorn Manager
Olin Howland Eddie
Njzobhsqmwsx2u7irb6gytuedm8 Sterling Holloway Red
Toshia Mori Lulu
Arthur Vinton Max Wagner
Donald Kirke Joe
Tom Kennedy Hype (uncredited)
Wu5ftupk5atyjlcshhxpgcdf8mg Charles Lane Cashier (uncredited)
Maurice Black Tony
Sam Godfrey Freddie
Betty Jane Graham Child
Ben Hall Newsboy
Lloyd Ingraham Judge
Payne B. Johnson Small Boy
Eddie Kane Jeweler
Walter Long Artie
Sam McDaniel Porter
Rolfe Sedan Tailor
Tom Wilson Swede

Crew

Art

Esdras Hartley Art Direction

Camera

Tony Gaudio Director of Photography

Costume & Make-Up

Orry-Kelly Costume Design

Directing

Ray Enright Director

Lucien Hubbard Director

Editing

George Marks Editor

Sound

Leo F. Forbstein Music

Writing

Earl Baldwin Screenplay