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Blondie Goes to College (1942)

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The Bumsteads create campus chaos in this lively entry in the "Blondie" series of domestic comedies. It all begins when Dagwood decides he needs more education. Blondie is unsure, but decides to enroll too. They decide to enroll separately and pretend they are single. They then send their son to military school where he finds great success. Unfortunately, once back in school, both Blondie and Dagwood find themselves tempted by romance with other people.

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Cast

Penny Singleton
as Blondie Bumstead
Arthur Lake
as Dagwood 'Daggie' Bumstead
Larry Parks
as Rusty Bryant
Janet Blair
as Laura Wadsworth
Larry Simms
as Baby Dumpling
Jonathan Hale
as J.C. Dithers
Danny Mummert
as Alvin Fuddle
Adele Mara
as Babs Connelly
Lloyd Bridges
as Ben Dixon
Sid Melton
as Mouse Gifford
Andrew Tombes
as J.J. Wadsworth
Esther Dale
as Mrs. Dill
Bill Goodwin
as Announcer
Philip Morris
as Detective
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Audience Reviews for Blondie Goes to College

One of my Favorite Blondie episodes where they both go to school & others flirt with them while they must pretend not to be married

Marilee Aschwanden
Marilee Aschwanden

GOOD, BUT NOT ONE OF THE BEST ENTRIES IN THE SERIES. OF COURSE, AS ALL THE BLONDIE FILMS, IT IS ENJOYABLE. PENNY SINGLETON AND ARTUR LAKE ARE BOTH GREAT, AS ALWAYS.

James Higgins
James Higgins
½

Dagwood decides he missed out on too much of life by getting married and going into the work-force without first going to college, so he asks his boss if he can go back to pursue his degree. Blondie decides to go as well, but they have to hide the fact they are married. Soon both of them have significant others - both are jealous of one another, but enjoy rubbing it in the face of the other. Dagwood doesnt excel like he thought he would, and soon wants to return to his normal life, but Blondie is having too much fun with the frat boys. Very funny dialogue, up there with the classics of the era like Harvey, Arsenic and Old Lace, Bringing Up Baby, His Girl Friday, etc. Strange that I never hear it mentioned as a classic.

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