Federal agents Alan O’Connor and Bobbie Reynolds are on the trail of a gang of clever bank robbers, which includes Karlotti, the owner of an elite club in Los Angeles and Curtis, the head cashier at the 2nd National Bank. Alan’s sister Kate meets conman Tanner on a flight and falls in love with him. Curtis helps in inactivating the alarms making it easy for the gang to walk in and empty the bank’s vaults. It seemed like a cakewalk until they realize that they had made some grave mistakes - leaving behind a trail of clues. Bulbs, a bumbling photographer and friend, provides some comic relief in the tense melodrama. The movie serves as proof of Producer George Hirliman’s uncanny ability to produce quality low-budget thrillers.
Running Time: 60 Minutes
MPAA Ratings: NR
EDITORIAL REVIEW:When Federal agents Alan O’Connor and Bobbie Reynolds are called upon to investigate a spate of bank robberies and a murder, they find that Alan’s sister is in love with one of the conmen. The inspector of police who claims to have an important clue is shot dead, spurring the detective duo into top-gear action to nab the gang before another life was snuffed out. Nothing seems to stop the duo, not even putting Bobbie’s life in serious danger. Clever detective work results in the arrest of the gang and the rescue of Alan’s sister- the damsel in distress.
CAST & CREW:
Nat Carr - Yoritz
Marlo Dwyer - Kay O'Connor (as Wilma Francis)
William L. Thorne - Inspector Macy
Wheeler Oakman - Joe Karlotti
Charles Delaney - Duke
Phil Dunham - Leon Curtis
Sidney D'Albrook - Grimes
Pat Gleason - Barney
Wilson Benge - Overman
Henry Roquemore - Sheriff
Harry Anderson - Reporter (uncredited)
Jack Cheatham - Bit (uncredited)
Floyd Criswell - Smith (uncredited)
Henry Hall - J.C. Harrington, Banker (uncredited)
Sydney Jarvis - Police Doctor (uncredited)
Ed Schaefer - Tracy (uncredited)
Al Thompson - Auto Camp Manager (uncredited)
Dan Wolheim - Mechanic (uncredited)
David S. Levy - Writing Credits
Cynthia Meade - story
Lawrence Meade - story
Mack Stengler - Cinematography
Dan Milner - Editor
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