A phony doctor, a notorious smuggler, and a sultry secretary combine their talents to outwit U. S. Customs officials. Walt Jameson, Evening Star reporter, finds the corpse of a famous dancer in a New York City hotel room. He proceeds to get his scoop when Craig Kennedy, famed Criminologist, examines a plaster cast in his laboratory and discovers that the clever criminals have used this device in their smuggling racket. U.S. taxpayers are spared the customary legal expenses when the crooks fall out under the pressure of Kennedy's pursuit. One is shot in a rooftop gun battle, and another accidentally eliminates himself in a 12-storyfall to an unpadded concrete sidewalk. Written by
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Have an onion, Inspector.
Insp. J.J. Burke
I don't know, Kennedy. They do things to me.
Here, you better take one in self-defense.