Remains found in an oil drum at the Philadelphia are identified, by dog tags, as belonging to Jimmy Tully, a Marine who went AWOL while on leave in 1951, opening up a murder case for the first time. Among the witnesses and suspects are members of his unit, his sergeant, a beautiful girl and a jealous guy from a Navy bar that the victim visited while on leave. As usual, all of these people are still alive and in Philadelphia. In the end, the murderer confesses and Tully's family can be proud of him, finally. Written by
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When Jimmy Tully visits Nora Lee in her bedroom, she asks why he looks so upset, meaning she didn't know he was in some kind of trouble. He only says that he needs money to help somebody but never mentions what the money was for. Then she gives him her necklace, saying it should be enough to pay for the pawn bill - which Jimmy didn't tell her about. See more