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|Blondie Hits the Jackpot|
|Directed by||Edward Bernds|
|Written by||Jack Henley|
|Based on||Blondie Hits the Jackpot by Chic Young|
|Produced by||Ted Richmond|
Marjorie Ann Mutchie
|Cinematography||Vincent J. Farrar|
|Edited by||Henry Batista|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|September 28, 1949|
Blondie Hits the Jackpot is a 1949 black-and-white comedy film directed by Edward Bernds and starring Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Larry Simms, and Marjorie Ann Mutchie. It is the 26th of the 28 Blondie films.
Dagwood is hired on a construction crew raising a new office building. After stumbling through several careless mishaps and pratfalls while handling construction materials, he overhears a foreman order a workman to patch a badly cracked steel girder rather than replace it. Racing to a pay telephone, Dagwood calls Blondie and asks her to contact the property's owner, who unfortunately has an unlisted phone number. The owner is finally located and races to the site in time to fire the foreman and give Dagwood a major promotion.
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