Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The title character is played by Dorothy Revier in this lower-case melodrama. She plays a gossip columnist whose brother, a prizefighter, is murdered. To uncover the killer, Revier (whose photograph has evidently never been published by her newspaper) goes undercover, posing as a hard-boiled nightclub hoofer. The single new aspect of this predictable effort is finding Dorothy Revier, normally cast as a scheming Other Woman, playing the heroine for a change. Anybody's Blonde was produced by a poverty-row studio bearing the name of Artclass.
boxing, brother, dance [art], demonstration [political], fishing, how-to, investigation, journalism, killing, lonely-hearts-columnist, murder, nightclub, reporter