Freddie Steps Out
Riffed by RiffTrax Presents
Riffers Bridget Nelson, Mary Jo Pehl
Series Teen Agers
Date Released September 7, 2018
Freddie Steps Out is a 1946 American film directed by Arthur Dreifuss and produced by Sam Katzman. It is the second in the Teen Agers series of films.

RiffTrax Presents team Bridget Nelson and Mary Jo Pehl released their riff in September 2018.

Plot Synopsis & PreviewEdit

RiffTrax Presents Freddie Steps Out (Preview)

RiffTrax Presents Freddie Steps Out (Preview)

Teenager Freddie Trimball gets mistaken for a missing singer and antics ensue. The situation is further complication by the introduction of a baby of unknown origins.

Several musical numbers take place until the story ends happily for everyone involved.

Cast and CrewEdit

  • Freddie Stewart as Freddie Trimball and Frankie Troy
  • June Preisser as Dodie Rogers
  • Anne Rooney as Addie Rogers
  • Noel Neill as Betty Rogers
  • Jackie Moran as Jimmy Forrest
  • Frankie Daro as Roy Donne
  • Warren Mills as Lee Watson
  • Belle Mitchell as Miss Hinklefink
  • Milt Kibbee as Professor Townley
  • Murray Davis as Tiny


  • "You could become Robbie the Robot!"

Actor Frankie Darro (who played Roy) later appeared (uncredited) as Robbie the Robot in the highly-regarded science fiction film Forbidden Planet.

  • "Way to represent fellow Minnesotans!"

Actress Noel Neill was indeed born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Her accent can occasionally be detected.

  • "OK, cue the Yankovic kids..."

Spoken as a pair of accordionists enter, this could refer to either Frankie Yankovic or "Weird Al" Yankovic, both of whom are well-known accordion players.


  • This was the second of several films in the Teen Agers series to become RiffTrax Presents productions in the Bridget & Mary Jo series.
  • The title card for this film identifies the series as "The Teen Agers". The previous film in the series had designated it only as "Teen Agers".

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