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|Blondie Takes a Vacation|
|Directed by||Frank R. Strayer|
|Screenplay by||Richard Flournoy|
|Story by||Karen DeWolf|
Chic Young (comic strips)
|Produced by||Robert Sparks|
|Edited by||Viola Lawrence|
|Music by||M. W. Stoloff|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
Blondie Takes a Vacation is a 1939 American black-and-white comedy film directed by Frank R. Strayer and starring Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, and Larry Simms. The film is based on Chic Young's comic strip of the same name.
The Bumsteads are finally taking a vacation at a mountain lake.
- Penny Singleton as Blondie
- Arthur Lake as Dagwood
- Larry Simms as Baby Dumpling
- Daisy as Daisy the Dog
- Danny Mummert as Alvin Fuddle
- Donald Meek as Jonathan N. Gillis
- Donald MacBride as Harvey Morton
- Thomas W. Ross as Matthew Dickerson
- Elizabeth Dunn as Mrs. Emily Dickerson
- Robert Wilcox as John Larkin
- Harlan Briggs as Mr. Holden
- Irving Bacon as Letter Carrier
- Arthur Aylesworth as Sheriff Weaver
- Wade Boteler as Engineer
- Harry Harvey Sr. as Poker Player
- Arthur Housman as Tipsy Train Traveler
- Milton Kibbee as Grocery Creditor
- Christine McIntyre as Resort Singer-'Love in Bloom'
- Robert McKenzie as Plumbing Creditor
- Dave Willock as Hotel Desk Clerk
Production for the film took place in May 1939 to June 1939.
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