Blonde Crazy

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Blonde Crazy
Poster - Blonde Crazy 01.jpg
Theatrical poster
Directed by Roy Del Ruth
Written by Kubec Glasmon
John Bright
Starring James Cagney
Joan Blondell
Cinematography Sidney Hickox
Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.
Release dates
December 3, 1931
Running time
79 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Blonde Crazy is a 1931 American Pre-Code romantic comedy-drama film by Roy Del Ruth, starring James Cagney, Joan Blondell, Louis Calhern, Ray Milland, and Guy Kibbee known for Cagney's line, "That dirty, double-crossin' rat!"

In 2014 "Blonde Crazy" was released on DVD in a Forbidden Hollywood box set. The cover features a publicity photo of Cagney and Blondell in the "bathtub scene" from the film.


Bert Harris works for a hotel as a bellboy. One day he meets Anne Roberts, who signs up as a chambermaid. He takes a fancy to her and lets her in on his racket, conning people out of money.


Time felt the ending of the film was out of place with the rest of the film and was only inserted there to provide a moralistic "law and order" ending.[1]



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