I did not expect less from a Republic Pictures product. Short, tense, with no time wasted, as were Warner flicks, we have here a sort of Expose, with an off voice, as we watched in some Fred Sears or Phil Karlson films, telling us the fight between arson squad and arsonists, of course...
I like here there is no romance at all. The only woman we have is the head of the arson ring. Interesting, isn't it? And a young rookie is the lead, a cop impersonating a guy interested in arson business, in order to infiltrate the gang.
No surprises, although, but worth for Republic Studios lovers as I am.
I already saw some films with the same topic, as ARSON FOR HIRE. It's somewhere in my film library; and I have not seen it since a while now.
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