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    Blondie Johnson (1933) — (Movie Clip) In The Back Room Of A Drug Store

    Opening with some emotional wallop, title character Joan Blondell, in her first starring part at Warner Bros., bounces off the welfare agency staff (Charles Dow Clark, Naomi Childers) then rushes home where a family friend (Sam Godfrey) has bad news, in Blondie Johnson, 1933.

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Blondie Johnson (1933) -- (Movie Clip) In The Back Room Of A Drug Store
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