Blondie Has Servant Trouble (1940)
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as Blondie Bumstead
as Dagwood Bumstead
as Alvin Fuddle
as Baby Dumpling Bumstead
as J.C. Dithers
as Eric Vaughn
as Anna Vaughn
as Mr. Crumb, the Mailman
as Horatio Jones
as Mrs. Fuddle
as Taxi Driver
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THE BLONDIE SERIES IS SO MUCH FUN. THIS IS ONE OF THE BETTER FILMS IN THE SERIES. BLONDIE AND DAGWOOD ARE SPOOKED IN A SUPPOSEDLY HAUNTED HOUSE.
Another horror-comedy-mystery in an old spooky house. This is the same Blondie you know from the Sunday comics, except she wasn't as nice and shapely as the drawings (which, admittedly, is the main reason I read the comics when I was 6, 7, 8 years old!). Blondie wants to have servants like the neighbors do, but cannot afford them because Dagwood cannot get a raise. His boss says Dagwood can act as caretaker of an estate house which does have servants which get Blondie excited. When the Bumsteads arrive at the home, spooky things start to happen and they suspect they are being chased off. Goofy, light-hearted, but not without a fright or three. Spoiler - he actually gets a raise at the end!
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