Bill Reardon, a private detective, is working on a case involving stolen items from a local jewelry store. The case takes a different turn when Bill's prying wife wants to help catch the crook.

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Bill Reardon, a private detective, is working on a case involving stolen items from a local jewelry store. The case takes a different turn when Bill's prying wife wants to help catch the crook.

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Tony Croy: That's alright with me, baby. You take the romance and I'll take the diamonds. Now, you don't really have to worry about me. I caught that daffy Mrs. Reardon in my apartment this afternoon. She's wise to us and knows we've been meeting. She found a cigarette case you gave me years ago. Of course, it will take the dame some time to put two and two together. But, when she does...
Mrs. Nacelle: How'd she find out? You told her just to...
Tony Croy: I did nothing of the sort. Those dumb dames always stumble on things.
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Better than expected
10 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this second, and last, comical film that involves The Reardon Detective Agency where a husband, Bill Reardon, has to deal with a meddling wife, Sally Reardon to solve a crime of theft from a large jewelry store. At first Bill believes that he knows who is taking the stolen items and ask for time to track down the person that is working with the individual. This is when Sally drops by her husband detective business and decides to interview a possible client. The client just so happens to be the same person that her husband suspects is stealing the jewels. Bill, the husband, will only find out later that his wife has the suspect on retainer as a client.

Even though this movie has not aged well, there are some funny scenes that keeps the viewer entertained throughout the film. The acting was comparable with anything today but it was the props and feel of the film that made a viewer feel as if watching a lost period from long ago. Even with the nice acting by all involved, it never really caused much excitement. A nice look at what comedy use to be-- actually wished they would have made a third installment.


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