My Favorite Brunette | Chicago Reader

My Favorite Brunette

Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour take a vacation from Bing in a moderately entertaining comedy-thriller from 1947. Elliott Nugent directed, with some hopes of parodying Raymond Chandler. Lon Chaney Jr. and Peter Lorre add some iconographical credence to the menace.

Credits

Director:

  • Elliott Nugent

Cast:

  • Bob Hope
  • Dorothy Lamour
  • Peter Lorre
  • Lon Chaney Jr.
  • John Hoyt
  • Reginald Denny
  • Charles Dingle
  • Ann Doran
  • Frank Puglia
  • Willard Robertson

Producer:

  • Daniel Dare

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