In the second film of the series (and not a second part of anything), Gay Lawrence, aka The Falcon, is about to depart the city to marry his fiancée, Helen Reed, when a mystery girl, Rita Mara, asks for his aid in disposing of a secret formula for making synthetic diamonds. He deliberately allows himself to be kidnapped by the gang for which Rita works. His aide, "Goldy" Locke, trails the kidnappers and brings the police. But the head of the gang escapes, and the Falcon continues the pursuit. Written by
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Second of new screen series with the star who played The Saint.
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Did You Know?
In the first series entry, "The Gay Falcon," Goldie's name was spelled with an "ie," but here in the second it's spelled with a "y." See more
When the Falcon glimpses the room number for the "scientist" in the hotel, it's easy to read the number 506 in the book. However, when he later enters the scientist's room, the number 516 can be clearly seen on the door. See more
Inspector Michael 'Mike' O'Hara
[Seeing Gay and Helen embracing
Awww, touching, ain't it?
Jonathan 'Goldy' Locke
[Referring to a bet he's lost to Helen
Yeah, touches me for a buck.
[Leaving with O'Hara
Oh, good-bye, darling.
[Taking the dollar from Goldie
Yes, it'll be a down payment on my straight jacket.
Followed by The Falcon's Brother