Blondie, Vol. 2

Blondie, Vol. 2

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Director: Frank Strayer

Cast: Frank Strayer, Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Larry Simms

     
 

Product Details

Release Date:
02/24/2004
UPC:
0096009132996
Rating:
G
Source:
Echo Bridge
Presentation:
[B&W]
Time:
1:12:00
Sales rank:
34,120

Special Features

Digitally mastered; Interactive menus; Chapter selections

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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Superstitious Pooch [10:17]
2. The Batterson Estate [8:59]
3. Haunted House [8:21]
4. No Such Thing [6:52]
5. Here With a Hare [10:04]
6. Fine Dining [8:23]
7. The Disappearing Maid [11:05]
8. Scared to Death [8:25]
1. Fourth of July [9:50]
2. Wet Paint [9:20]
3. Contraband [9:27]
4. Quiet, Peaceful Holiday [8:09]
5. Justice of the Peace [8:06]
6. Cantankerous Tucker [9:01]
7. Needle in a Haystack [8:56]
8. Fireworks [9:06]
1. The Bumstead Gate [9:49]
2. Pleasure Trip [9:26]
3. Musicians in a Jam [8:02]
4. New Friends [9:32]
5. Ship to Shore [7:05]
6. No Use Talking [1:44]
7. Brazilian Cotillion [8:49]
8. Beat It [10:06]
1. Friends First [11:07]
2. Chin Up [10:50]
3. Lop-Eared Imposter [7:38]
4. Canine Conumdrum [10:51]
5. Four-Footed Famine [6:21]
6. Boy Rangers [10:11]
7. Mr. Pinkus [7:50]
8. Best of Show [11:21]
1. A Real Privilege [10:27]
2. Burning With Knowledge [9:06]
3. Slow Down, Dagwood [8:35]
4. Daggie's Double Date [9:18]
5. All American Competition [8:55]
6. Nature of the Beast [10:48]
7. Act Like Clothes [8:12]
8. Leighton Crabcatchers [8:39]

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Blondie, Vol. 2 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you are hoping to see full length movies...don't order this DVD. There are just little shorts of each listed movie. Sure it is inexpensive but it leads you to believe that you have quite a few movies on just one DVD. Well, we took a gamble but lost. Don't waste your money.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great family entertainment - and you do get all the movies in their entirety. Many are preceded by short snippets of the movie - I believe these were the bits used to promote the movies when they used to be shown on tv. But this is followed by the entire movie. Well worth the money.