Slightly Dangerous (1943) Movie Details

Slightly Dangerous
Wesley Ruggles
Loew's , Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
1 hr 34 mins

Slightly Dangerous Movie Cast

Lana Turner
as Peggy Evans aka Carol Burden
Robert Young
as Bob Stuart
Walter Brennan
as Cornelius Burden
Dame May Whitty
as Baba
Eugene Pallette
as Durstin
Alan Mowbray
as English Gentleman
Florence Bates
as Mrs. Amanda Roanoke-Brooke
Howard Freeman
as Mr. Quill
Millard Mitchell
as Baldwin
Ward Bond
as Jimmy
Pamela Blake
as Mitzi
Ray Collins
as Snodgrass
Paul Stanton
as Stanhope
O. K. Ford
O. K. Ford as Music Lover
Eddie Acuff
as - (uncredited)
Hooper Atchley
as Man Getting on Bus (uncredited)
Louise Bates
Louise Bates as Woman mistaking paint for blood (uncredited)
Barbara Bedford
as Customer (uncredited)
Arthur Belasco
as Customer (uncredited)
Brooks Benedict
as Man in Lobby (uncredited)
Gertrude Bennett
Gertrude Bennett as Woman in newspaper office (uncredited)
Robert Blake
as Boy on porch (uncredited)
Billy Bletcher
as Customer (uncredited)
John Butler
John Butler as 'Tribune' reporter (uncredited)
Spencer Charters
as Claudius Swade- motel owner (uncredited)
Cliff Clark
as Detective (uncredited)
Jimmy Conlin
as Bartender at opera (uncredited)
Gene Coogan
as Man outside newspaper office (uncredited)
Sidney D'Albrook
as Customer (uncredited)
Guy D'Ennery
as Waiter at party (uncredited)
Joe Devlin
as Painter (uncredited)
Don Dillaway
as McGraw- photographer (uncredited)
John Dilson
as 'Telegram' reporter (uncredited)
Abe Dinovitch
Abe Dinovitch as Man in newspaper office (uncredited)
Hazel Dohlman
Hazel Dohlman as Dowager (uncredited)
Ann Doran
as Salesgirl (uncredited)
Charles Dorety
as Workman (uncredited)
Mimi Doyle
Mimi Doyle as Miss Kingsway (uncredited)
Ruth Dwyer
Ruth Dwyer as Customer in department store (uncredited)
Edward Earle
as Newspaper employee (uncredited)
Mary Elliott
Mary Elliott as Operator (uncredited)
Fern Emmett
as Burden's maid (uncredited)
Frank Faylen
as Gateman (uncredited)
James Ford
as Reggie - Amanda's escort (uncredited)
Jack Gardner
as Usher (uncredited)
Sugar Geise
Sugar Geise as Customer (uncredited)
Gibson Gowland
as Opera patron (uncredited)
Mahlon Hamilton
as Customer (uncredited)
Harry Hayden
as Doctor (uncredited)
Grace Hayle
as Banana split customer (uncredited)
Dell Henderson
as Doorman (uncredited)
E. Mason Hopper
as Man in newspaper office (uncredited)
Lilyan Irene
Lilyan Irene as Maid (uncredited)
Gladden James
as Newspaper employee (uncredited)
Marjorie Kane
as Customer (uncredited)
Alice Keating
Alice Keating as Customer in department store (uncredited)
Del Lawrence
Del Lawrence as Customer (uncredited)
Nolan Leary
as Music lover (uncredited)
Cathy Lewis
Cathy Lewis as Salesgirl (uncredited)
Clinton Lyle
Clinton Lyle as Customer (uncredited)
George Lynn
as 'Times' reporter (uncredited)
Charles Marsh
as Man on the street (uncredited)
Mickey Martin
Mickey Martin as Messenger (uncredited)
Ralph McCullough
as Man in newspaper office (uncredited)
Kitty McHugh
as Salesgirl (uncredited)
Charles Meakin
as Man in newspaper office (uncredited)
Kay Medford
as Girl getting off bus (uncredited)
Roger Moore
as Assistant floorwalker (uncredited)
Sue Moore
Sue Moore as Salesgirl (uncredited)
Patsy Moran
as Salesgirl (uncredited)
Mantan Moreland
as Waiter at Swade's (uncredited)
Sandra Morgan
Sandra Morgan as Woman on street (uncredited)
Frances Morris
as Salesgirl (uncredited)
Thomas Murray
Thomas Murray as Onlooker (uncredited)
William Newell
as Waiter (uncredited)
Robert Emmett O'Connor
as Reporter (uncredited)
Al Ochs
Al Ochs as Truck driver (uncredited)
Garry Owen
as Detective (uncredited)
Emory Parnell
as Policeman at newspaper office (uncredited)
Paul Parry
Paul Parry as Man in newspaper office (uncredited)
Gil Perkins
as - (uncredited)
Eddie Phillips
as Reporter (uncredited)
Eugene Radovitch
Eugene Radovitch as Bit in newspaper office
Frances Rafferty
as Girl getting off bus
Charles Ray
as Opera patron (uncredited)
Robin Raymond
as Girl (uncredited)
Gordon Richards
as Garrett - butler (uncredited)
Cyril Ring
as Man outside newspaper office (uncredited)
Henry Roquemore
as Man with opera glasses (uncredited)
Walter Sande
as Reporter (uncredited)
Bernard Sell
Bernard Sell as Usher at concert (uncredited)
Harry Semels
as Italian at concert (uncredited)
Almira Sessions
as Peggy's landlady (uncredited)
Sam Simone
Sam Simone as Assistant floorwalker (uncredited)
George Sorel
as Captain of waiters at party (uncredited)
Leigh Sterling
Leigh Sterling as Young dancer (uncredited)
Harry Strang
as Driver (uncredited)
Henry Sylvester
Henry Sylvester as Music lover (uncredited)
Ray Teal
as Pedestrian lifting Peggy up (uncredited)
Harry Tyler
as Hillyer (uncredited)
Norma Varden
as Opera singer (uncredited)
Dorothy Vernon
as Woman in newspaper office (uncredited)
James Warren
James Warren as Young dancer (uncredited)
Pat West
as Man getting on bus and dropping penny (uncredited)
Ruth Dwyer
as Customer in department store (uncredited)

Slightly Dangerous Crew List

Director :
Screenplay : Charles Lederer , George Oppenheimer
Story : Ian McLellan Hunter , Aileen Hamilton

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Small-town soda-jerk Peggy Evans quits her dead-end job and moves to New York where she invents a new identity.

Slightly Dangerous

Slightly Dangerous is a 1943 English Film stars Lana Turner , Wesley Ruggles , Charles Lederer , George Oppenheimer , Ian McLellan Hunter , Aileen Hamilton , Robert Young , Walter Brennan , Dame May Whitty , Eugene Pallette , Alan Mowbray , Florence Bates , Howard Freeman , Millard Mitchell , Ward Bond , Pamela Blake , Ray Collins , Paul Stanton , O. K. Ford , Eddie Acuff , Hooper Atchley , Louise Bates , Barbara Bedford , Arthur Belasco , Brooks Benedict , Gertrude Bennett , Robert Blake , Billy Bletcher , John Butler , Spencer Charters , Cliff Clark , Jimmy Conlin , Gene Coogan , Sidney D'Albrook , Guy D'Ennery , Joe Devlin , Don Dillaway , John Dilson , Abe Dinovitch , Hazel Dohlman , Ann Doran , Charles Dorety , Mimi Doyle , Ruth Dwyer , Edward Earle , Mary Elliott , Fern Emmett , Frank Faylen , James Ford , Jack Gardner , Sugar Geise , Gibson Gowland , Mahlon Hamilton , Harry Hayden , Grace Hayle , Dell Henderson , E. Mason Hopper , Lilyan Irene , Gladden James , Marjorie Kane , Alice Keating , Del Lawrence , Nolan Leary , Cathy Lewis , Clinton Lyle , George Lynn , Charles Marsh , Mickey Martin , Ralph McCullough , Kitty McHugh , Charles Meakin , Kay Medford , Roger Moore , Sue Moore , Patsy Moran , Mantan Moreland , Sandra Morgan , Frances Morris , Thomas Murray , William Newell , Robert Emmett O'Connor , Al Ochs , Garry Owen , Emory Parnell , Paul Parry , Gil Perkins , Eddie Phillips , Eugene Radovitch , Frances Rafferty , Charles Ray , Robin Raymond , Gordon Richards , Cyril Ring , Henry Roquemore , Walter Sande , Bernard Sell , Harry Semels , Almira Sessions , Sam Simone , George Sorel , Leigh Sterling , Harry Strang , Henry Sylvester , Ray Teal , Harry Tyler , Norma Varden , Dorothy Vernon , James Warren , Pat West , Ruth Dwyer , directed by Wesley Ruggles & music by .