Tommy Baldwin and Joe Dugan are entrusted to carry a fabulous diamond. If they succeed, they will be well paid. If they fail, they will be well buried. When they go to pick up the diamond, ... See full summary »

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Constance Worth ...
Vinton Hayworth ...
Tommy Baldwin (as Vinton Haworth)
Leslie Fenton ...
Anthony Durand
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Joe Dugan
Alec Craig ...
Harvey Dinwiddle
Dick Elliott ...
Philip Burton
Frank M. Thomas ...
Capt. Williams
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Dr. Sibley
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Bartender
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Elaine Gentry, Customs Agent aka Mrs. Katharine 'Kate' Collins
Philip Ahn ...
Dr. Fang Tu (as Phillip Ahn)
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Lia Sen
Huntley Gordon ...
Arthur Trent
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Tommy Baldwin and Joe Dugan are entrusted to carry a fabulous diamond. If they succeed, they will be well paid. If they fail, they will be well buried. When they go to pick up the diamond, there is a great gun battle, a cannister of knock out gas, and the diamond is stolen. The police round up everyone that they can find in the area and search them, but the diamond is not found. Strangely, everyone who was rounded up that night and released boards the steamship Asiatic the next day traveling from Singapore to San Francisco. Tommy and Joe only have the trip to find out who snatched the diamond, and they suspect the seven people from the night before. But as the trip progresses, the bodies begin to pile up and the clues are few. Written by Tony Fontana <tony.fontana@spacebbs.com>

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DANGER STALKED HER STEPS IN THE SHADOWS OF SHANGHAI! See more »


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12 March 1937 (USA)  »

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Miss Customs Agent  »

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Upon docking in San Francisco, smoke can be seen entering the ship's smokestacks; obviously the shot was run backwards. See more »

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The Wedding March
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Written by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Jazzy version played at the end
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