About the film
nazi spy vaudeville performer
My Favorite Blonde
Release Date: April 02, 1942
|Slogan||:||«HELP! SHE'S AFTER ME! IS THERE A BRUNETTE IN THE HOUSE?»|
|Producers||:||Buddy G. DeSylva|
|Writers||:||Melvin Frank, Norman Panama, Don Hartman, Frank Butler|
Larry Haines, a mediocre vaudeville entertainer, boards a train bound for Los Angeles. Is Hollywood waiting for him with open arms? Not really as the one he signed a contract for is Percy, his roller-skating penguin partner! But, as the proverb says, the shadow of glory is better than no glory at all! Anyway, doesn't Larry meet a woman on the train? And a blonde one! And a British agent into the bargain! The delicious creature who is carrying a coded message hidden in a brooch and is being pursued by Nazi agents. She will need Larry (and Percy)'s help to elude her pursuers and to get the secret information to destination.