|Directed by||Wesley Ruggles|
|Produced by||Pandro S. Berman|
Ian McLellan Hunter
|Music by||Bronislau Kaper
|Edited by||Frank E. Hull|
Slightly Dangerous is a 1943 American romantic comedy film starring Lana Turner and Robert Young. A bored young woman in a dead-end job runs away to New York City and ends up impersonating the long-lost daughter of a millionaire. The film was directed by Wesley Ruggles and written by Charles Lederer and George Oppenheimer from a story by Ian McLellan Hunter and Aileen Hamilton. According to Turner Classic Movies film historian Robert Osborne, one sequence early in the film—in which Lana Turner's character does her job at the soda fountain while blindfolded—was actually directed by an uncredited Buster Keaton.
- Lana Turner as Peggy Evans / "Carol Burden"
- Robert Young as Bob Stuart
- Walter Brennan as Cornelius Burden
- Dame May Whitty as Baba
- Eugene Pallette as Durstin
- Alan Mowbray as an English gentleman
- Florence Bates as Mrs. Amanda Roanoke-Brooke
- Howard Freeman as Mr. Quill
- Millard Mitchell as Baldwin
- Ward Bond as Jimmy
- Pamela Blake as Mitzi
- Ray Collins as Snodgrass
According to MGM records the film earned $15,793,000 in the US and Canada and $672,000 elsewhere resulting in a profit of $4,776,000.
- The Eddie Mannix Ledger, Los Angeles: Margaret Herrick Library, Center for Motion Picture Study.
- Slightly Dangerous at the American Film Institute Catalog
- Slightly Dangerous at the Internet Movie Database
- Slightly Dangerous at the TCM Movie Database
- Slightly Dangerous at AllMovie
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