Newspaper reporter "Torchy" Blaine and police detective Steve McBride are on the trail of an Oriental gang that has committed three murders. Also on hand is a fabricated Scotland Yard operative who is a phony, and has two others assisting him in an effort to throw the police department off the trail; they are trying to exhort $250,000 from a young rich man who is trying to marry a senator's daughter. A submarine gets involved. Written by
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Did You Know?
The print actually credits the "original story" to Murray Leinster
and Will Jenkins. Perhaps the filmmakers didn't realize that "Will Jenkins" is a pseudonym for Leinster, but it was probably just an inside joke. See more
The Senator states that he is going to announce his daughter's engagement at a party at his Long Island house in three days, on Friday, in the evening. To shift the movie to the party a copy of the party invitation is shown. The invitation announces that the party is on Monday. See more
Det. Lt. Steve 'Mac' McBride
Are you trying to be sentimental in a cemetary? There's a time and a place for everything. Now keep quiet!
Follows Smart Blonde
Garden of the Moon
Music by Harry Warren
Played when Torchy turns over the cards when playing bridge See more