Gay Lawrence, amateur detective known as The Falcon, learns that his brother Tom has been reported murdered on a ship arriving from South America. Gay pursues the murderers, despite the fact that he knows his brother is still alive. When he is disabled, his brother Tom takes over the case, investigating a fashion magazine involved in secret activities with German infiltrators. Written by
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New Face -- Same Falcon -- as fiction's famous sleuth hands down a heritage of mob hate to THE Falcon's Brother
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Did You Know?
The brother of George Sanders
, Tom Conway
appropriately enough portray brothers. This film was Sanders' final appearance as "The Falcon," a role he had grown tired of. Sanders hands off the role to Conway, who took it up for nine subsequent films through 1946. See more
Cliff Clark's police car's front windshield inexplicably has no glass on the driver's side. See more
[On board ship
Hey, we came here to meet your brother. You remember?
Oh, yes, yes.
And I sure hope he ain't got dames for a hobby like you have.
I'm afraid you're in for a disappointment, Lefty.
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