Blonde Crazy

Synopsis: At a midwestern hotel, conniving bellhop Bert Harris has a finger in every pie. He promotes a job for glamorous Ann Roberts, but she does not immediately succumb to his charms. However, Bert soon enlists Ann as partner in his new profession of con man. Most of the victims they fleece are lawbreakers themselves. But Bert is tempted to try actual stealing, and Ann fears it will bring bad luck...
Genre: Comedy, Crime, Drama
Director(s): Roy Del Ruth
Production: Warner Bros.
79 min

# who cares for starlit skies? #

# when you're alone #

# the magic moonlight dies #

# at the break of dawn #

# there is no sunlight #

# when your lover has gone #

# what lonely hours #

# the evening #

Uh, show this young lady

to the housekeeper's room,

Although I think the

position's been filled.

Step this way, please.

I came to get the linen job.

I hope the clerk is wrong.

You ever see a hotel

clerk that was right?

Hotel clerks and house detectives.

Now, what do you want?

Just a smile.

Come on, let's have it.

Ha ha. That a baby.


Mrs. Snyder, the girl you hired

For the linen job is here.

I told her to report tomorrow morning.

She wants to get acquainted

with the job on her own time.

Well, I never met one like that before.

Uh, miss Jones,

This is Mrs. Snyder, whom you talked to

Over the phone this morning.

How do you do?

So you're the ambitious kind, huh?

Ever done hotel work before?

Sure. The Julian Dubuque,

the Blackstone in Chicago...

How do you know so much

about where she worked?

Why, uh, Jimmie, her...

Her boyfriend told me.

Oh, I see.

Well, uh, you won't need me anymore...

Right now.

I'll be seeing you.

Call for Mr. Franklin!

Say, that dame's a pip. Who is she?

Call for Mr. Franklin!

Listen, Jim,

Your girlfriend got the

linen job, didn't she?

Yeah. What about it?

Well, uh, I hear she can't come to work.

No? Why not?

Somebody else got the linen job instead.

What do you mean? Mamie was hired.

Yeah, I know,

But they needed somebody

with more experience.

Well, I'm going upstairs

and see old lady Snyder.

She's not going to get

away with that stuff.

This new girl needs the work.

So does Mamie.

I'm going up there and raise a...

Wait a minute.


Just tell Mamie that one

of the old girls came back.

You can do it.

Did you get it?

All set, if I want the job.

What do you mean, if you want it?

I don't want it bad enough

taken away from somebody else.

Whenever you take a job, you

take it away from somebody.

Well, it's all over my head.

This miss Jones business

and somebody's sweetie.

What's your name?

Anne Roberts.

Listen, Anne the girl that got the job

Is a friend of one of the bellhops.

Everything's fixed.

What do you mean, fixed?

She didn't want the job very bad anyhow.

They're going to get

married in a couple of weeks.

When are you coming to work?

In the morning. Got your aprons?

No, but I'm going to buy a couple.

I'll get them for you.

Won't cost you a cent.




Mm-hmm. Call me Albert for short.

Goodbye, Bertie.

And let me tell you

something about this place.

I've been here six months, and I know.

For the love of Mike,

Stay away from those bellhops.

They can't do a girlie any good,

And the worst monkey of them all

Is that guy Bert Harris.

He's dynamite.

Everybody in this joint owes him money

From those crooked dice of his.

Well, he can't do me any harm.

I haven't any money,

and I don't shoot craps.

Oh, yeah?

Well, maybe you have

something else he can use.

I'm telling you

He's a good guy to stay away from.

He peddles booze and...

Hello? Yes, sir, right away.

610 wants some fresh towels.

610? I thought they

were painting up there.

I guess they're finished.

Oh, it's you.

Mm-hmm, body and soul.

I never did like bright lights.

Look, honey, I got some

hooch and sandwiches

And stuff for us.

It's nice and quiet here.

Not a chance of anybody finding us.

I knew you'd come.

That's a fine way to treat a fellow

After he gets you your job.

Hello. Give me the linen room.

Hello, Peggy?

How about giving little

Bertie a big break?

I'm up in 610.

You mean you want me to come right up?

Sure. I'm waiting for you, honey.

Everything's all set. Can you come up?

Sure can. I'll fly up, big boy.

Come in.

Good evening.


Kind of hot tonight. Too hot.

Shall I do your bed?

Kind of early, isn't it?

Not if you're going to bed.

A bed doesn't mean much

to a fellow like me.

Just a place to rest my head.

What a treat for the bed.

Yeah. Say, how about

a little nip together,

Just you and me, huh?

Why just you and me? How

about your other friend,

The little fellow over

there in the green sweater?

Hello! Give me the housekeeper.

This is a. Rupert Johnson Jr.,

Room 334.

Need more towels at once,

And send that same girl back here.

Send the bellboy up

with ginger ale and ice.

I heard you yelling

clear down the corridor.

Here are your towels.

What makes you so

hard to get along with?

Mugs like you.

I can be real nice to the right one.

Really? And I suppose the right one's

The first one that comes along.

You know, I'm mighty lonesome myself,

And you impress me as

being lonesome, too.

Yeah? Well, you got

the wrong impression.

Well, let's be friends anyway.

Say, will you do me a favor?


I've got a new line of merchandise.

I'd like to see what you think of it.

Come on. Look at it.

A woman is always a

better judge of jewelry

Than a man is,

Especially a pretty woman.


Here's a dandy.

Here, let's see how this looks on you.

These look mighty nice on you.

You know, they just match your teeth.

Gee, you look swell.

Hey, cut that out!

Oh! Oh! Now look what you did!

Those are expensive.

Ohh! Ohh!

Hiya, Mrs. Dempsey.

How's that right cross today?

Aw, come on, honey,

Don't put on the chill that way.

I sized you up wrong yesterday.

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Kubec Glasmon

Kubec Glasmon (August 12, 1897 – March 13, 1938) was an American screenwriter from Poland, who was nominated for the now defunct category of Best Story at the 4th Academy Awards. He was nominated for Best Story with John Bright for The Public Enemy. more…

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