My Favorite Blonde

My Favorite Blonde

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.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:78 minutes
  • Release:1942
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:vaudeville,   murder,   spy,  

Karen Bentley, an English secret agent, links up with Larry Haines and his star penguin Percy in an attempt to outwit German spies. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Lee M (au) wrote: An uber-indie nostalgia-laden deeply allegorical Southern Gothic fairytale with a lyrical melancholy attaching to a mosaic of both memory and sexual awakening .

EQ R (mx) wrote: Charlize Theron turns in a great performance as extremely troubled "Young Adult" author Mavis Gary. Throughout the film she demonstrates a lot of emotion especially immaturity with everything her character goes through. While some things about her character are a mystery, the script gives you enough so you are both with and against her character. While at times the film leaves you with an uncomfortable feeling, it remains a great character portrayal that is both hilarious and depressing that by the end you won't know how you feel. A-

Ricky W (kr) wrote: Like watching someone play W.o.W.

MF J (us) wrote: One of these really cool indy / small budget film with tons to say and a very n ice way to say it. These two lads are beyond funny and the amount of attempted failures only make their success look incredible in comparison. The cast is good and deliver some very believable performances. This is a cool film, maybe not a masterpiece but definitely something fun to watch.

Nicolas B (ca) wrote: I don't know why exactly, but this movie was hella fascinating. Maybe because I like movies about serial killers and this one was beautifully shot.

Tressa F (br) wrote: If this movie was meant to empower women, why the hell did it make a woman's body seem to be some kind of cesspool? Would have played better if the man was hired by the depressed woman and came to understand and appreciate the female body, and make her appreciate it as well. This is garbage.

Mark E (jp) wrote: surf and Catherine zeta jones what more can i say.

John B (au) wrote: Could have been so much better, Even MAD Magazine sued to get their name off it!

David B (ca) wrote: A very enjoyable 60's heist movie starring Peter Ustinov, Robert Morley and Maximilian Schell. Not as slick as Ocean's 11, but a lot more tongue in cheek. Peter Ustinov is great, but not worthy of an Oscar award. 1964 must have been a very bad year.

Shounak B (de) wrote: This one has given me one of those stupendous movie-watching experience.Edward Robinson is a Treat to watch along with other supporting casts.Though I dont like the courtroom scene being over-dramatic to justify ER's character or whatever.The ending started to be predictable in it's uncommon approach,but at last it crossed all the limit!

Yenyen D (nl) wrote: Why Tina? This is not your movie. And Paul Rudd. I can never understand his appeal.

John A (ag) wrote: This Cult Classic, Is A Very Well Made Film About Countess Elizabeth Nadasdy (Based On The Historical Figure Of Countess Elisbeth Bathory), Who Would Bathe In The Blood Of Virgins To Keep Her Youth. OK, So Their Not Much Horror In This Film, But It Is A Very Well Made Film That I Would Highly Recommend.

Anh H (us) wrote: It feels like all those super genius villain roles are written for Sir Anthony Hopkins. He's evil and it's perfect.