The prison print ship is making counterfeit $10's and $20's and shipping them outside to Dice. He then goes aboard the gambling ship 'Kismet' and exchanges his bills for real money. But Steve Parker does not like this and gets himself arrested and Dice captured by the cops. But the phoney money has been spotted by the Feds and Brass is put into the prison population to see if he can get Dice to talk. It is up to Brass to find out where the bogus bills are being printed and who is behind it. Written by
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Uncle Sam's Daring T-Men Will Pay Any Price - Even Their Lives
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is in studio records/casting call lists in the role of Counterman, but he did not appear in the movie. See more
When Reagan and Joe Downing are on the prison wall, their medium shot is undercut with a long shot, obviously archival footage from an earlier film. The mismatch has Reagan's Bancroft go from wearing a hat with no gun to no hat and holding a pistol while Downing's character Dice goes from no hat and a pistol to a hat and a rifle. See more
That's enough, Captain.
But, Warden, you can't handle killers with kid gloves. They are killers!
Granted but you first gotta prove it.
You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Johnny Mercer
Sung a cappella by Eddie Foy Jr. See more