Slightly Dangerous

Overview

This airy bit of MGM fluff stars Lana Turner as small-town soda clerk Peggy Evans. After telling off the self-important new drugstore manager Bob Stuart Robert Young, Peggy, convinced that there's no future for her in her hometown, fakes her suicide and heads for the big city. After a series of dizzying comic complications, she successfully poses as the long-lost daughter of millionaire Cornelius Burden Walter Brennan. Meanwhile, poor Bob, held responsible for Peggy's "death," comes to town determined to clear ...
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Overview

This airy bit of MGM fluff stars Lana Turner as small-town soda clerk Peggy Evans. After telling off the self-important new drugstore manager Bob Stuart Robert Young, Peggy, convinced that there's no future for her in her hometown, fakes her suicide and heads for the big city. After a series of dizzying comic complications, she successfully poses as the long-lost daughter of millionaire Cornelius Burden Walter Brennan. Meanwhile, poor Bob, held responsible for Peggy's "death," comes to town determined to clear his name by exposing Peggy as an impostor. How this all works itself out is as hard to swallow as the rest of the picture, but the stars are attractive and the production values first-rate.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/6/2010
  • UPC: 883316257944
  • Original Release: 1943
  • Rating:

  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Presentation: B&W / Pan & Scan
  • Time: 1:34:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 39,401

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lana Turner Peggy Evans, Carol Burden
Robert Young Bob Stuart
Walter Brennan Cornelius Burden
Dame May Whitty Baba
Alan Mowbray English Gentleman
Florence Bates Mrs. Roanoke-Brooke
Howard Freeman Mr. Quill
Millard Mitchell Baldwin
Pamela Blake Mitzi
Ray Collins Snodgrass
Paul Stanton Stanhope
Eddie Acuff Sailor
Murray Alper Sailor
Robert Blake Boy on Porch
Ward Bond Jimmy
Spencer Charters Claudius
Cliff Clark Detective
Joe Devlin Painter
Ann Doran
Mimi Doyle Miss Kingsway
Edward Earle Employee
Mary Elliott Operator
Frank Faylen Gateman
James Ford Reggie
Harry Hayden Doctor
Grace Hayle Lady Customer
Marjorie "Babe" Kane Customer
Catherine Lewis Salesgirl
Kay Medford Girl Getting off Bus
Mantan Moreland Waiter
Robert E. O'Connor Reporter
Eugene Pallette Durstin
Frances Rafferty Girl Getting off Bus
Robin Raymond Girl
Almira Sessions Landlady
Ray Teal Pedestrian
Norma Varden Opera Singer
Pat West Man Getting on Bus
Technical Credits
Wesley Ruggles Director
Pandro S. Berman Producer
Malcolm Brown Art Director
Cedric Gibbons Art Director
Mildred Griffiths Set Decoration/Design
Frank E. Hull Editor
Irene Costumes/Costume Designer
Bronislau Kaper Score Composer
Charles Lederer Screenwriter
George Oppenheimer Screenwriter
Harold Hal Rosson Cinematographer
Douglas Shearer Sound/Sound Designer
Edwin B. Willis Set Decoration/Design
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