Blondie's Holiday (1947)

04/10/1947 (US) Comedy 1h 7m
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Overview

Dagwood gets a raise due to a new contract with a bank manager. Blondie misunderstanding the amount of the raise pledges more than they can afford to Dagwood's high school reunion organizer who was also Dagwood's high school sweetheart. To make matters worse Dagwood becomes involved with a gang running a gambling establishment.

  1. Chic Young

    Characters

  2. Abby Berlin

    Director

  3. Connie Lee

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Penny Singleton

    Penny Singleton

    Blondie Bumstead

  2. Arthur Lake

    Arthur Lake

    Dagwood " Dag " Bumstead

  3. Larry Simms

    Larry Simms

    Alexander Bumstead

  4. Marjorie Ann Mutchie

    Marjorie Ann Mutchie

    Cookie Bumstead

  5. Jerome Cowan

    Jerome Cowan

    George M. Radcliffe

  6. Sid Tomack

    Sid Tomack

    Pete Brody

  7. Mary Young

    Mary Young

    Mrs. Breckenridge

  8. Grant Mitchell

    Grant Mitchell

    Samuel Breckenridge

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Blondie's Holiday

Status Released

Original Language English

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