Boston Blackie Goes Hollywood (1942)
|Genre||Comedy, Crime, Drama, Mystery|
|Content Rating||Passed (Passed)|
Boston Blackie Goes Hollywood
Boston Blackie Goes Hollywood is a 1942 American crime film, fourth of the fourteen Boston Blackie films of the 1940s Columbia's series of B pictures based on Jack Boyle's pulp-fiction character.
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Boston Blackie (Chester Morris) and his sidekick The Runt (George E. Stone) are called, first to a Manhattan apartment where there's $60,000 waiting in a safe, then to Hollywood, by Boston's old friend Arthur Manleder (Lloyd Corrigan) to bail him out of gangster trouble. Naturally the police are suspicious and trail him every step of the way.
- Chester Morris as Boston Blackie
- William Wright as Slick Barton
- Constance Worth as Gloria Lane
- Lloyd Corrigan as Arthur Manleder
- Richard Lane as Inspector John Farraday
- George E. Stone as The Runt
- Forrest Tucker as Whipper
- unbilled players include Lloyd Bridges, Ralph Dunn, Cy Kendall, Cyril Ring and Virginia Sale