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Blondie Meets the Boss(1939)

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  • Blondie Meets The Boss.

    • Sheri
    • 5/2/18

    I loved this movie, this was another winner from the Blondie series. I especially loved the jitterbug dancing scenes, especially when little Baby Dumpling comes in dancing and so does Daisy. Dagwood once again is in trouble with Mr Dithers and Blondie takes over his job, Dagwood angrily goes fishing, leaving Baby Dumpling with his Aunt Dot and her boyfriend and dance partner. While there at the lake, along with a neighbor, Dagwood meets two women, one of them falls in the boat and Dagwood grabs her, while the other woman takes a picture. Later on, Dagwoog comes home by a milk man's wagon. After developing the film from the camera because the woman accidentally left her camera in Dagwood's fishing basket; Blondie becomes furious, seeing bombs going off, tanks crashing into things, bridges blowing up etc-. She comes home to an empty house and sees a note. After going to the place where Dot and her partner are supposed to dance because she's supposed to seal a deal with the owner. She spots Baby Dumpling and Daisy and he tells her "Daddy is in there with the lady." Blondie sees the same thing again, Dagwood comes out of her dressing room and Blondie whacks him over the head with her purse, knocking him out. She grabs Baby Dumpling and goes home. Later on after Dagwood tells her what really happened, they kiss and make up.

  • Blondie Meets the Boss (1939)

    • Jay
    • 2/7/09

    One of the best in the series, the jitterbug scene is great, the cast is perfect. Great fun and extremely enjoyable.

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