Police detective Joe Warne investigates the shooting of womanizing composer Keith Vincent. Evidence points to suicide and that is the official verdict, but Joe doesn't buy it and obsessively keeps looking, tracking down one discarded love after another, despite being ordered off the case. Written by
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Whose legs are these ? 10 beautiful brunettes with a motive for murder !
Did You Know?
When Police Lt. Joe Warne says, "I like that alibi. It's round, it's firm, it's fully packed.", he is riffing on a phrase often used in advertising for Lucky Strike cigarettes at the time: "So round, so firm, so fully packed." See more
Joes gets gunpowder residue on his left cheek, below the bandage on his temple, after the gun goes off when he takes the gun away from his mother's demonstration with Mrs. O'Roarke. The next time we see Joe, there is no mark or embedded gunshot residue at all, as one would expect from such an incident. See more
He was a ladykiller. But don't get any ideas. I ain't no lady.
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Music and Lyrics by Eleanor Rudolph
Sung by Virginia Huston (dubbed by Martha Mears
) (uncredited) See more