While in traffic court, Torchy bumps into Jackie Maguire, girlfriend of the notorious hoodlum Denver Eddie, who is sentenced to jail for shoplifting. Torchy gets herself thrown into jail by turning in false alarms and ultimately befriends Maguire. With police collusion, she escapes to San Francisco taking Maguire with in in hopes of capturing Denver Eddie. Steve and Gahagan follow undercover in hopes of collecting the $5000 reward as a down payment for house for him and Torchy, but not before Steve is spotted and Gahagan ends up in the wrestling ring and gets a chance to settle a score with an old opponent. Written by
RUN FOR YOUR LIFE! (original ad- all caps)
Did You Know?
When "The Bone Crusher" - Gahagan's opponent in the boxing ring - mentions Gahagan's real first name (which The Bone Crusher knew from their Navy wrestling days) - it is hard to hear the name. It could be "Jay" - as someone has suggested in another Trivia item - but it sounds a bit more like "Jerry" (one can hear two syllables). See more
At the climax of the women's fight in the prison sewing room, in which the character identified on the IMDb character list as "Ruby - Black Convict Woman" is struggling to get at "Jackie" with the scissors, at one point it looks as if the scissors shoot by the shoulder of Jackie (who is backed against the wall), and barely miss her, implanting themselves in the wall. This gives the momentary impression that Ruby hurled the scissors at Jackie. But a second later, you don't see any scissors sticking out of the wall, and Ruby still has the scissors in her hand, and Torchy has to knock her arm and scissors aside. See more
Lt. Steve McBride
Don't you feel all right?
Certainly, only I don't like ridin' on the airplane. they make me ears feel funny.
Lt. Steve McBride
They're on your head, ain't they?
[after ressuring himself that they are
Follows Torchy Blane in Panama
The Man I Love
Music by George Gershwin
Heard often as background music See more