This 1946 production seems to be the brainchild of a group of Hollywood stunt-men. It looks like they all threw in a couple of hundred bucks each and decided to make a film. The basic story has a couple of city boys going out into the hills to get in a little fishing. They get mixed up with a bunch of bank robbers who had made their escape in a small float plane. Of course they run out of fuel and need to land. They end up at the same lake as the two city boys. And there just happens to be a whole selection of gorgeous bathing beauties laying around the beach to liven things up. Once all the eye candy is over the film settles down to a slam-bang 12 minute non-stop brawl. A really cheap film. But it was is still a hoot to see these great stunt-men in speaking parts. Good thing it only ran 55 minutes.
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