A Chicago gang led by scar-cheeked Slade carries out an audacious brokerage robbery. Lieut. Bill Mason takes the case, continuing his friendly-enemy relationship with crime reporter Ann Rogers. One gang member is caught; eventually, others follow. But Mason hasn't a clue to Slade, principally because he's unaware she's a woman. The plot periodically pauses for comic and romantic interludes. Written by
Rod Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
A hood is seen with an envelope addressed to the Leonard Sheldon Hotel. This is an obvious reference to actor Sheldon Leonard who was not in this film but was well known for playing toughs at this time. See more
At the end, a newspaper photo of Mr. and Mrs. Powell is shown. The caption erroneously identifies Slade as male. See more
But you already agreed!
Lt. Bill Mason
I know I agreed, but I'm no longer agreeing because you're off this case!