|Genres||Action Animation Drama Romance Sport|
|Writers||Robin Daniels (story)
Phillip Juergens (story)
Martin Mooney (screenplay)
|Cast||Virginia Vale Robert Kent Barney Oldfield Vince Barnett William Halligan Joey Ray Red Knight Diana Hughes|
|Plot||Beverly Blake, the 'Blonde Comet," and the daughter of a tire-manufacturer, gets behind the wheel of a race-car, and is soon tearing up the tracks and winning races in Italy, France and Germany (obviously prior to 1938 when those countries were no longer running international car races in Europe.) She comes back to race on American tracks. She meets Jim Flynn, another race-driver, and a rivalry is created, along with a romance. Beverly gives up her chance to win THE BIG RACE by letting Jim race her car and he wins. His win also means a triumph for the racing-car carburetor he has invented and also for the tires manufactured by her father. It may have been somewhat of a setback for Women's Liberation, though.... see Blonde Comet on IMDb|
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|Female European race car champion Betty Blake (Vale) decides to head to America for new challenges. Betty finds her fiercest rival in America is handsome driver Jim Flynn (Kent), who is attempting to design and build a new race car carburetor. Things are complicated by the efforts of an unkown villain who keeps attempting to sabotage Jim's invention, and the burgeoning romance between Jim and Betty. Veteran race-car driver of the day Barney Oldfield appears as himself in the film.|
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