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The Adventurous Blonde (13-Nov-1937)

Director: Frank McDonald

Writers: Robertson White; David Diamond

Keywords: Mystery, Torchy Blane

Reporters stage a fake murder for Torchy and her fiancÚ, a police Lieutenant, in order to delay their wedding. But unexpectedly the "victim" ends up truly dead, the improbable plot giving us the mystery that must be solved in this #3 of the Torchy Blane programmers.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Glenda Farrell
Actor
30-Jun-1904 1-May-1971 Torchy Blane
Raymond Hatton
Actor
7-Jul-1887 21-Oct-1971 Prolific character actor
William Hopper
Actor
26-Jan-1915 6-Mar-1970 Paul Drake on Perry Mason
Tom Kennedy
Actor
15-Jul-1885 6-Oct-1965 Character actor, 1910s to 1960s
Barton MacLane
Actor
25-Dec-1902 1-Jan-1969 Gen. Peterson on I Dream of Jeannie
Anne Nagel
Actor
29-Sep-1915 6-Jul-1966 The Green Hornet
Jeff York
Actor
23-Mar-1912 11-Oct-1995 Reno McKee on The Alaskans

CAST

with
Glenda Farrell   ...   Torchy Blane
Barton MacLane   ...   Steve McBride
Anne Nagel   ...   Grace Brown
Tom Kennedy   ...   Gahagan
George E. Stone   ...   Pete
Natalie Moorhead   ...   Theresa Gray
William Hopper   ...   Matt
Charley Foy   ...   Dud
And
Anderson Lawler   ...   Hugo Brand
Bobby Watson   ...   Mugsy
Charles Wilson   ...   Mortimer Gray
Virginia Brissac   ...   Mrs. Hammond
Leland Hodgson   ...   Harvey Hammond
Raymond Hatton   ...   Maxie
Frank Shannon   ...   Capt. McTavish
James Conlon   ...   Dr. Bolger
Jeff York   ...   Dr. Nolly

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