A mobster breaks out of prison to kill his ex-wife's new husband - who, by accident, is a FBI agent trying to capture him.
KNOCK! KNOCK! Who's There? THE "PUBLIC ENEMY'S WIFE" (original ad - mostly caps)
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Did You Know?
Cesar Romero appears without his mustache in the first part of this film, one of the few (if not only) times he would do so. See more
In the car scene when Corelli is chasing Maroc, a road sign reads, "Palm Beach 71 Mi", but the scene is full of California-style mountains, unlike the flat swampland of 1930s St. Lucie county Florida. See more
Remade as Bullets for O'Hara
Music by Con Conrad See more