Mr. Dithers mentions to Dagwood that while he was in a nightclub he saw a singer who looked just like Blondie. Naturally, Dagwood comes to the conclusion that Blondie is sneaking out of the house at night to sing in a nightclub.

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Paul Landres

Writer:

Chic Young (creator)
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Episode credited cast:
Arthur Lake ... Dagwood Bumstead
Pamela Britton ... Blondie Bumstead
Florenz Ames ... J.C. Dithers
Ann Barnes Ann Barnes ... Cookie Bumstead
Harold Peary ... Herb Woodley (as Hal Peary)
Stuffy Singer Stuffy Singer ... Alexander Bumstead
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Elvia Allman ... Mrs. Dithers
Francis De Sales ... Scott
Hollis Irving ... Mrs. Woodley
Max Showalter ... Pete (as Casey Adams)
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Mr. Dithers mentions to Dagwood that while he was in a nightclub he saw a singer who looked just like Blondie. Naturally, Dagwood comes to the conclusion that Blondie is sneaking out of the house at night to sing in a nightclub.

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Comedy

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Language:

English

Release Date:

17 May 1957 (USA) See more »

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Mono (Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Pamela Britton plays a dual role,Blondie and singer Lilian Lurell. Also in the cast: Casey Adams and Francis de Sales. See more »

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The Double
17 December 2018 | by JordanThomasHallSee all my reviews

Blondie recalls the time when she was in the Fremont High School Frolic of 1937 and felt she had a promising future in show business. Mr. Dithers has landed a nice contract with Willard Scott (character actor Francis De Sales). They go to the swanky Cookoo Club to celebrate. The nightclub singer Lillian Lorrel (a dual role played by Pamela Britton) bears an exact resemblance to Blondie. Mr. Dithers causes such a scene that he is thrown out of the club. He tells Dagwood the next morning who in turn questions Blondie about being out last night. Blondie becomes highly nervous. Herb tells Dagwood that he heard Blondie hit someone with a bottle in a nightclub the night prior. They're suspicious when they find a cut on her finger. In truth, Blondie has been sneaking out at night to take bowling lessons so they can win the husband and wife tournament. (Why would she have to sneak to do this?) Herb and Dagwood suspect the worst when they pick up the phone with Blondie talking to her male bowling instructor telling her to "meet her at the same time in the alley". Dagwood has a nightmare that she is leaving him. He awakes to find her gone and goes to the club she is supposedly working at. There he finds Lillian, who he believes to be Blondie in the arms of her musician boyfriend Pete (Max Showalter, credited as Casey Adams). The two men get in a fight in which Lillian is knocked out cold. What will happen when he carries her back home?

Some nice laughs somewhat make up for the plot being a stretch. With a couple of songs, the show really seems to be a showcase for Pamela Britton to exhibit her voice.


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