Dixie Dugan

She's Fun in the Funnies! She's a Scream on the Screen!

Category: Comedy
Roger Hudson, a wealthy businessman who has moved to Washington to work for the government as a "dollar a year man," is late for a radio broadcast about his new department, the Mobilization of Woman Power for War. He takes a cab driven by Dixie Dugan, who hopes that being a cabbie while the country's men are away fighting will help the war effort. Her incompetent driving, however, results in an accident for which Roger must take responsibility in order to reach the radio station in time. Dixie then returns home, where she lives with her father Timothy, who is constantly practicing his air raid warden duties, her mother Gladys, an aspiring Red Cross worker, and cousin Imogene, who studies incessantly to become a "quiz kid." The Dugans rent out their spare rooms to Dixie's fiancé, Matt Hogan, and to blustering Judge J. J. Lawson. Matt, who works in a munitions factory, wants Dixie to settle down and marry him, but Dixie is determined to help her country.

Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1943-03-12
Run time: 63 minute / 1:3
Director: Otto Brower
Writers: Lee Loeb, Harold Buchman.
Production Company : 20th Century Fox
Production Country: United States of America



Lois Andrews
as Dixie Dugan
James Ellison
as Roger Hudson
Charlotte Greenwood
as Mrs. Dugan
Charles Ruggles
as Pa Dugan
Helene Reynolds
as Jean Patterson
Raymond Walburn
as J.J. Lawson
Ann E. Todd
as Imogene Dugan (as Ann Todd)
Eddie Foy Jr.
as Matt Hogan
Irving Bacon
as Mr. Kelly
Sarah Edwards
as Mrs. Kelly
George Melford
as Mr. Sloan
Mae Marsh
as Mrs. Sloan
Morris Ankrum
as Editor
Dick French
as Phillips
George Lessey
as Sen. Patterson
Paul E. Burns
as Sign Painter
Ruth Warren
as Sergeant's Wife
Eddie Dunn
as Policeman
Milton Kibbee
as Pressman
Byron Foulger
as Secretary
Dick Baron
as Copyboy (uncredited)
Jack Chefe
as Artist (uncredited)
Steve Darrell
as First Worker (uncredited)
Harry Denny
as Worker (uncredited)
Lester Dorr
as Citizen (uncredited)
Frank Faylen
as Soldier (uncredited)
Bess Flowers
as Bridge Player (uncredited)
Clarence Hennecke
as Postman (uncredited)
Tom Kennedy
as Sergeant (uncredited)
Sam McDaniel
as Night Porter (uncredited)
Kitty McHugh
as (uncredited)
Millard Mitchell
as Accident Victim (uncredited)
Frances Morris
as Girl (uncredited)
Cyril Ring
as (uncredited)
Minerva Urecal
as Mrs. Wilson (uncredited)
Emmett Vogan
as Salesman (uncredited)
John Wald
as Announcer (uncredited)
Ray Walker
as Burns (uncredited)
Billy Wayne
as Pressman (uncredited)
Dave Willock
as Phil (uncredited)
Sam Wren
as FBI Agent (uncredited)
Lee Loeb Screenplay

J. Peverell Marley Director of Photography

J. Watson Webb Jr. Editor

Otto Brower Director

Harold Buchman Screenplay
J.P. McEvoy Writer

Walter Morosco Producer

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