A blonde actress is murdered across from a bar. An off-duty cop has been getting pleasantly sloshed, but becomes worried about his innocence when he finds out he was seen leaving the establishment with a blonde, but doesn't remember. As he investigates, he interviews a columnist who was going with the actress, a caricaturist who drew the victim, the caricaturist's wife who works at the bar, and the caricaturist's lover, and slowly begins to put the pieces of the deadly puzzle together. Written by
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As the night grows dark, the women turn deadly.
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It was released as the second half of a double bill with The Oklahoma Woman
(1956). The release was profitable for the studio. See more
You're good for nothing, but I'm crazy for you.
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