The Falcon is framed for the murder of a banker and the theft of war bonds. He makes his escape into the mountains where he hides out in a rustic lodge. From here he uncovers a phony war bond operation. Written by
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Did You Know?
The Falcon drives a 1942 Buick Special convertible coupe. Less than 2,500 were made before the start of WWII when civilian automobile production was suspended. It appears to be the same car used in "The Falcon's Brother" (1942). See more
Dugan is shown using a "silencer" on a revolver - which doesn't actually work in real life at all because of the gap between the cylinder and the barrel of the gun. And, of course, no silencer (supressor, actually) would make any gun go "pfft" like we hear here and in so many other films. See more
Lesson Number One in how to catch a murderer... never accept the obvious.
Followed by The Falcon's Alibi