Laura Mansfield's father is killed, apparently by a telegraphic messenger. She spots Jackie Wales in a police lineup, but can't identify him positively. Later, she arranges to meet him, and is convinced he was the killer, but he was acting for someone else. She gets to know Jackie to find out who the boss is, taking a job in the Vogue Club, owned by a man named Armitage. Meanwhile, Alice, Armitage's greedy mistress, goes after Jackie and lures him into blackmailing the nightclub owner. Armitage discovers the betrayal, and kills the two, but Laura schemes to get closer so she can prove him guilty. Written by
Mike Rogers <MICHAELPEM@aol.com>
He Could Beat Any Rap But Love!
Did You Know?
The movie theatre featured in the film is the Marcal Theatre at 6021 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, California, which featured late runs, revivals and various odds and ends in keeping with its location on the "wrong" end of Hollywood Boulevard. The revival combination of Flight Lieutenant
(1942) and Corregidor
(1943) was somebody's idea of a "commemoration" of the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, the first week of December 1949, at which time "Destination: Murder" was filmed. See more
When Laura is being 'interviewed' for the job, her position changes between shots as she goes to sit down. Initially, she is side-on to the chair, but in the next shot she is shown facing the chair. See more
What's the matter, honey? Stretch giving you the business?
Stretch? He doesnt' mean anything to me.
Well, he certainly bothers me.
Stretch does? He doesn't bother you.
That's what bothers me.
References The Hidden Room
Palace Of Stone
Written by James Springs
Performed by Steve Gibson
and Steve Gibson's Redcaps See more