Married couple Chester and Paula have broken into and robbed a curio shop, hoping to sell the loot for a handsome sum of money. Unfortunately, all of it turns out to be junk or fakes. All, that is, save for a mysterious camera. When they try taking a picture, it turns out to be from five minutes into the future. Soon Paula's brother Woodward joins them and the three decide to use the camera at a horse track to win big. Written by
The horse pays 47.60 per $2 bet. He has around $200 to bet. When the horse wins, he says, "Ninety-five hundred bucks." It's actually $4760. See more »
A hotel suite that, in this instance, serves as a den of crime, the aftermath of a rather minor event to be noted on a police blotter, an insurance claim, perhaps a three-inch box on page twelve of the evening paper. Small addenda to be added to the list of the loot: a camera, a most unimposing addition to the flotsam and jetsam that it came with, hardly worth mentioning really, because cameras are cameras, some expensive, some purchasable at five-and-dime stores. But this ...
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Fred Clark & Jean Carson play Chester & Paula Diedrich(How apt) who are a pair of small-time thieves whose latest haul of stolen loot proves disappointing until they discover a curio camera that seems to take pictures of events five minutes in the future, which gives them the idea of getting rich at the racetrack by seeing the winning horses. Her slow-witted brother Woodrow also shows up, but the three of them are in for a shock when they find out that the camera only gives ten pictures to a customer according to a most unethical French bellman... Amusing episode is mostly lightweight but remains fun and breezy, although has a most odd ending...
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