One night in New York, beefy escaped convict Moose Malloy goes hunting for his ex-girlfriend Velma, leaving a trail of mayhem behind him. Velma seems to be well-hidden, and adventurer The Falcon, intrigued, investigates on his own, approaching the heart of the mystery via a varied sequence of shady characters and attractive women. Written by
Rod Crawford <email@example.com>
MYSTERY that you'll laugh at...when -- The Falcon TAKES OVER
Did You Know?
Selmer Jackson plays the suave character Otto Kruger played in "Murder, My Sweet" called Jules Anthor. However that name is incongruously given to an Indian swami played by Turhan Bey. Jackson's character is inexplicably renamed Burnett. See more
In a night club scene The Falcon and Diana Kenyon are sitting close together talking. There is a plant pot on a ledge behind them, partially obscured and on the table a champagne glass is in front of Diana Kenyon. In the next shot, there is a gap separating the two, the flower pot is now centrally placed between them and the champagne glass has moved position. See more
You know, I can't understand how such brilliance could get you in a spot like this.
I'm always a sucker for a beautiful woman.
You and mankind.
Followed by The Falcon's Adventure
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
Arranged by Roy Webb
Sung by drunken George Sanders See more