Johnny, an ex-Marine, and Evelyn, a chance acquaintance, find themselves caught up in a plot involving Nazi spies in California.
Rough! Rugged! Ruthless!
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Did You Know?
Although the American Film Institute Catalog of Feature Films 1941-1950 claims that Tommy Noonan
, who is listed on the CBCS as a Hot Dog Stand Proprietor, does not appear in the final film, nonetheless, Noonan is clearly visible and identifiable in at least one scene. See more
At one point after Johnny locks himself out of his car, he is seen leaning against the car door with his arm resting in the open driver's window. Clearly the windows are down. See more