Competent B mystery. A nice opening, listen closely to the dialog. Bonita Granville is a forceful career woman who handles herself competently (given it's 1946), but don't miss the last line in the movie! First part moves along nicely, but slows down near the end as it gets less logical. It's entertaining with okay dialog.
June Clayworth is good as a loose married woman. This film is apparently not on VHS or DVD, but I saw it on TCM.
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