Enemy agents are everywhere and they are sabotaging all important war deliveries. The body of a hobo found in a train wreck had a money belt with $50,000 and a tattoo of a circle and arrow. This is a tattoo for saboteurs for hire and Brass must impersonate the dead man to find out what his orders are. As Steve Coe, he meets with the band of enemy agents in California and everything goes well until the wife of the dead 'Hobo' shows up. Luckily, Gabby is able to save Brass and Brass learns what is his assignment. He is to board the USN airship 'Mason', which is testing the super secret Inertia Projector, and destroy the airship. Written by
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Did You Know?
The character "Tom Saxby" in the previous 3 films of the series signs his name as "William Saxby" in a telegram to Bancroft. See more
The telegram Bancroft sends to Saxby is addressed to him at the "Federal Bureau of Investigation". Saxby and Bancroft are members of the Secret Service, which is a part of the Treasury Department. They have nothing to do with the F.B.I., which is part of the Justice Department. See more
Hey, Gabby, come on. What's the matter?
Oh, I'm worried about my girl.
Al right, so if you can't keep the date tonight, she'll cry on her mother's shoulder.
That's just what I'm worried about. She hasn't got a mother.
Referenced in The Reagans