A detective uncovers a formula that was devised by the Nazis in WW II to make gasoline from synthetic products, thereby eliminating the necessity for oil--and oil companies. A major oil company finds out about it and tries to destroy the formula and anyone who knows about it. Written by
Big Oil. Big Money. Big Mystery. Everyone's out to make a killing.
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Reportedy, Marlon Brando
was paid US $ 2.75 million dollars for this movie. Brando worked eleven days and appears in only three scenes. Brando once said that he did this movie for the money as he had been broke at the time. See more
When Barney and John leave a room, close the door and enter the corridor, we can read the shadow of the text on the door window on the opposite wall, "453 PRECINCT COORDINATES". However, the text should be mirrored since the door is illuminated from the inside of the room. See more
Hans Lehman, Prefect of Police Berlin
I must advise you, we may require some more questions at a later date.
You may require questions? You bring me here at a time of sorrow asking questions. Stupid questions. While my uncle is murdered in a public place. I have only contempt for you and your so-called profession.
Referenced in The Big Box: The Body Shop