Two Treasury agents after an income-tax evader track him to a ski resort high in the mountains, and wind up getting involved in a series of murders.

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Steve Batchellor
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Red Kelly
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Ann Watson
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Claire Jeremy
Regina Wallace ...
Mrs. Carlton Morris
John Good ...
Sven Worden
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Malone
Eddie Parks ...
Mr. Carlton Morris
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Jeremy Austin
Harry Hays Morgan ...
Duncan (as Harry Hayes Morgan)
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Two Treasury agents after an income-tax evader track him to a ski resort high in the mountains, and wind up getting involved in a series of murders.

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30 June 1946 (USA)  »

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Mordet i sneen  »

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1.37 : 1
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Even with its silly plot, it's an agreeable time passer
7 September 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Mr. Eale's review of this PRC movie is right on target; nonetheless, I enjoyed it. Liked the snow bound ski resort setting, the odd assortment of characters and the occasional bits of humor. The humor (at least the intentional humor) is provided by Roscoe Karns. Loved the bit with the talking crow - worth watching the movie just for that. In addition to Karns, Veda Ann Borg and Sid Saylor give some pizazz to the movie. By a coincidence this is the second show I've seen Borg in today. An underrated supporting actor that always made the most out of her roles however small they were. The nominal star of the movie, Bruce Cabot, walks through the movie without adding anything interesting. He did, however, deliver my favorite line in the movie which was the last one: "See what happens when you don't pay your income taxes?"


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