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Alan Ladd [1]

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Born:September 3, 1913
Died:January 29, 1964 (50)
Filmography Rating:7.00 / 10
IMDB Rating:6.90 / 10
Amazon Rating:3.50 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:71.00%
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My Favorite Brunette [1947](34) => Sam McCloud (uncredited)

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My Favorite Brunette [1947]
  • The film contains a number of in-jokes. Bob Hope's character is just saying that he wants to be a private detective like Alan Ladd - when Ladd appears, playing a private detective. Dorothy Lamour's character looks longingly after Bing Crosby for a moment (in their "Road" movies with Bob Hope, Crosby nearly always got the girl) before Hope wins back her attention.