Tala Birell is a woman accused of murder who becomes involved with a gangster (Cesar Romero) hiding his true identity. While making an escape, their plane crashes, and they are tended to by doctor Walter Pidgeon. Country bumpkin Walter Brennan makes it clear he don't trust these city slickers, and before you know it, the police are descending down upon the doctor's abode to get their hands on these two wanted people. Pidgeon, unsure of the truth about dark lady Birell, sticks by her side as she faces the death penalty. This is obviously a generic plot line with some interesting character performances and some singing by Pidgeon, but not much else to recommend it. The result is extremely predictable, one of those bottom-of-the-bill features that really deserved to be there, and a leading lady obviously not destined for bigger things.
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