This second entry in Columbia‘s new "Blondie" series is every bit as delightful as the first. When Dagwood Bumstead (Arthur Lake) heads off for a long-awaited fishing trip, his loving wife Blondie (Penny Singleton) assumes Dag’s duties at the offices of J. C. Dithers ( Jonathan Hale). Unfortunately, our hero finds himself in a compromising position with pretty stranger Dottie (Dorothy Moore), endangering both his job and his marriage. The film’s highlights include an energetic jitterbug contest and a terrific variation on the old "Any husband who’s expected home should leave right now" gag.
1939, B&W, 75 minutes