When a wealthy man is found murdered in his bedroom, one of his two adopted sons is arrested and charged with the killing. However, the verdict at his trial is an acquittal. Since the police don't seem to be particularly interested in finding the real killer, the dead man's daughter-in-law--the wife of the adopted son who wasn't charged--takes it upon herself to solve the crime. Written by
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A Jewel Production. Universal, unlike many of its peers, did not own a theater chain. In order to distinguish its feature releases to independent theater owners, it created a 3-tiered branding system: Red Feather (low-budget programmers), Bluebird (mainstream releases) and Jewel (prestige productions). Jewels were often given special promotion as limited engagements, commanding higher roadshow ticket prices. Universal would cease to brand its feature films after 1929. See more