Killer Dill (August 2, 1947)

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Stuart Erwin  in Killer Dill
 

Released on August 2, 1947: Everyone believes that a mild-mannered lingerie salesman murdered Public Enemy Number Twenty-One.

Produced by Max King

Directed by Lewis D. Collins

The Actors: Stuart Erwin (Johnny 'Killer' Dill), Anne Gwynne (Judy Parker), Frank Albertson (William T. Allen), Mike Mazurki (Little Joe), Milburn Stone (Gangster Maboose), Dorothy Granger (Millie Gardner), Anthony Warde (Louie Moroni), Dewey Robinson (McGowan the house detective), Ben Welden (Big Nick Moroni), Julie Gibson (Joan, blonde model), Shirley Hunter (Gloria), Lola Jensen (other model with Joan), Margaret Zane (girl with Gloria), Stanley Ross (Mushnose), Ernie Adams (Little Joe's driver), Ted Adams (the court clerk), Stanley Andrews (Mr. Jones, lingerie customer), Phil Arnold (Allen's cellmate), Douglas Aylesworth (bit part), Jack Baxley (Angus, funeral director), Jack Chefe (the speakeasy headwaiter), Sayre Dearing (Maboose's henchman), Chuck Hamilton (cop), Donald Kerr (reporter on the phone), Charles Knight (Jock, funeral director), Julie Mitchum (Miss Croft, Jones' secretary), Will Orleans (Deadpan, gangster in the movie), Lorin Raker (jury foreman), Jack Roper (restaurant gangster), Harry Wilson (the diner in the opening montage)

 

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The Lingerie Salesman and Public Enemy Number 24

Our gangster adventure is filmed in 1947, after World War Two, as the world is happily creating the Baby Boom generation. The opening scene explains that we are leaving 1947 America and traveling back to the Roaring Twenties, when alcohol was illegal and nightclubs depended on gangsters to deliver their booze.

Johnny Dill, played by comic Stuart Erwin, is a mild-mannered salesman in a large department store, and he has worked his way up the ladder to lingerie salesman, selling slinky silky nightgowns to beautiful young women.

Unfortunately, all of the young women of this era are in love with the rough and tough gangsters, not a mild-mannered nightgown salesman. Johnny decides to go to the Cockatoo nightclub and act tough like a gangster, to see if his tough act will attract any beautiful ladies.

This leads to that and Johnny gets into trouble with a gangster who is currently Public Enemy Number Twenty-Four. When the gangster is found dead in Johnny’s nightgown trunk, the world nicknames him ‘Killer Dill’ – the man who murdered Public Enemy Number Twenty-Four.

Fortunately for Johnny, his best friend is a lawyer. Unfortunately for Johnny, he lawyer buddy has never won a case. . . . . Did I mention that his lawyer buddie has also stolen the girl Johnny is madly in love with and will marry her after Killer’s case has been decided? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Stuart Erwin as Killer Dill
Stuart Erwin as Killer Dill
Stuart Erwin in jail
Stuart Erwin in jail
Anne Gwynne and Frank Albertson
Anne Gwynne and Frank Albertson
Anne Gwynne and Stuart Erwin
Anne Gwynne and Stuart Erwin
Anne Gwynne and Stuart Erwin
Anne Gwynne and Stuart Erwin
Anthony Warde, Ben Welden and Mike Mazurki
Anthony Warde, Ben Welden and Mike Mazurki
Anthony Warde and Mike Mazurki
Anthony Warde and Mike Mazurki
Ben Welden
Ben Welden
Ben Welden and Stuart Erwin
Ben Welden and Stuart Erwin
Ben Welden, Mike Mazurki and Anthony Warde
Ben Welden, Mike Mazurki and Anthony Warde
Ben Welden and Stuart Erwin
Ben Welden and Stuart Erwin
Ben Welden
Ben Welden
Stuart Erwin twists Ben Welden's nose
Stuart Erwin twists Ben Welden's nose
Ben Welden
Ben Welden
Chuck Hamilton and Stuart Erwin
Chuck Hamilton and Stuart Erwin
Dewey Robinson
Dewey Robinson
Dorothy Granger
Dorothy Granger
Frank Albertson and Lorin Raker
Frank Albertson and Lorin Raker
Frank Albertson and Milburn Stone
Frank Albertson and Milburn Stone
Frank Albertson and Stuart Erwin
Frank Albertson and Stuart Erwin
Frank Albertson
Frank Albertson
Jack Baxley and Charles Knight
Jack Baxley and Charles Knight
Jack Baxley
Jack Baxley
Jack Chefe, Stuart Erwin and Milburn Stone
Jack Chefe, Stuart Erwin and Milburn Stone
Lorin Raker
Lorin Raker
Mike Mazurki, Anthony Warde and Stuart Erwin
Mike Mazurki, Anthony Warde and Stuart Erwin
Mike Mazurki and Anthony Warde
Mike Mazurki and Anthony Warde
Mike Mazurki and Milburn Stone
Mike Mazurki and Milburn Stone
Mike Mazurki and Stuart Erwin
Mike Mazurki and Milburn Stone
Phil Arnold and Frank Albertson
Phil Arnold and Frank Albertson
Sayre Dearing and Milburn Stone
Sayre Dearing and Milburn Stone
Shirley Hunter and Margaret Zane
Shirley Hunter and Margaret Zane
Shirley Hunter and Margaret Zane
Shirley Hunter and Margaret Zane
Shirley Hunter
Shirley Hunter
Stanley Andrews and Julie Mitchum
Stanley Andrews and Julie Mitchum
Stuart Erwin and Anne Gwynne
Stuart Erwin and Anne Gwynne
Stuart Erwin, Frank Albertson and Anne Gwynne
Stuart Erwin, Frank Albertson and Anne Gwynne
Stuart Erwin and Frank Albertson
Stuart Erwin and Frank Albertson
Stuart Erwin kisses Anne Gwynne
Stuart Erwin kisses Anne Gwynne
Stuart Erwin
Stuart Erwin