As Duke (Jock Mahoney) gets closer to each of the blondes, he learns the murder victim wasn’t the only man who knew them all.
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Playboy insurance investigator Duke Wallace (Jock Mahoney) is on the case of a missing colleague with a penchant for blonde women…and when he meets some of those women, he learns why. 1961.
While Duke’s (Ralph Cooper) luck gets better with the medicine show, Ethel’s (Lena Horne) luck gets worse up North. Can he save her and work his musical magic in the big city?
Lena Horne made her film debut in this “race movie” as a singer with a chance at the stardom, but only if her show producer boyfriend (Ralph Cooper) sacrifices their relationship. 1938.
Original movie from Internet Archive
Movie info from IMDB
Tyler Perry on 60 Minutes
TIME Magazine’s 25 Most Important Films on Race
“Race Movie” @wikipedia
Ralph Cooper Obituary
The Apollo Amateur Night
Henry (Charles Laughton) moves into later life with fifth wife Catherine Howard (Binnie Barnes), who has everything she wants – including the love of Thomas Culpeper (Robert Donat), which may prove her undoing. Part 3 of 3.