Set in the 1940s, the story follows a private eye on a case to find a long lost daughter of an oddball client. Two goons are on a mission to stop him.
Back in '47, a gun was a roscoe, a private-eye was a Peeper, and murder was okay as long as nobody got hurt. In fact, anything was okay with this Peeper on the case because he wouldn't know who-done-it even if he done it himself.
Did You Know?
Trade paper 'Variety' reported that the film was "in the can for a year after being made under the title Fat Chance" before appearing in a "cutdown 87-minute release version". See more
The road stripes during the car chase are wrong for the period. The road has a double yellow centerline and yellow road reflectors. Yellow centerlines were not adopted in the USA until 1971. The bridge railings are also too modern for the period. See more
Give Me the Simple Life
Music by Rube Bloom
Played on the piano at the Penguin Lounge See more