Feature: My Favorite Brunette | KCET
Feature: My Favorite Brunette
Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour, Lon Chaney, and Peter Lorre star in the 1947 "My Favorite Brunette," a spoof of detective, film noir films. Hope stars as a death row inmate who recounts his story to reporters.
Cartoon: Popeye in "Private Eye"
I. "Hollywood Elite Testify Before House Un-American Activities Committee"
II. "The Bubble Gum King"
Musical Interlude: Doris Day and Les Brown, "My Lost Horizon"
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