A girl reporter is trying to tack down the lady-in-the-title, as a key witness in a graft trial, which involves three murder and that many failed attempts. A prosecuting attorney in the ... See full summary »

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A girl reporter is trying to tack down the lady-in-the-title, as a key witness in a graft trial, which involves three murder and that many failed attempts. A prosecuting attorney in the district attorneys office is aiding her in solving the mystery of the missing lady. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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THE YEAR'S MOST FASCINATING MYSTERY! (original poster - all caps)


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17 April 1942 (USA)  »

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Onde Está Essa Mulher?  »

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Plot-heavy yet swift-moving B-movie
4 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

Hope Schuyler is the key witness in the trial of a former district attorney accused of going dirty. But nobody seems to know what this mysterious woman looks like, and some people even claim she does not exist at all. The special prosecutor on the case tries to find her, with (wanted) assistance from a young female lawyer and (unwanted) assistance from a persistent female reporter. This film packs an amazing amount of plot in under 60 minutes, yet it's relatively easy to follow, and the identity of the title figure is both well-hidden and well-planted. This could also be described as an early feminist movie: the female characters are numerous, working, smart, and in some cases deadly. My favorite moment: Sheila Ryan admiring her own legs and saying "Not bad, eh?"! **1/2 out of 4.


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