I comment it before it erases from my memory. A typically little mystery yarn as American film industry made by dozens between 30's and 40's. Short, yes, but also talkative and with boring moments; such singing sequences - three or four times - to fill up the film length. As for B westerns, when you saw the horse galoping all over the plains with Roy Rogers or Gene Autry riding it, six minutes long - not straight, of course, so that the feature may reach the 55 minutes. Or the sequences where you saw guys opening and shutting doors - not in a row, as you may guess - at least twenty times in the movie. If you add, it made three or four minutes. I tried the count once !!
So, this little crime flick takes place in a cinema studio, where the lead, a singer, has his life threaten by a mysterious killer.
That's all I can say about it. Nothing else. A manufactured product useless to comment any further.
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