Police detective Joe Warne investigates the shooting of composer Keith Vincent. Evidence points to suicide and that is the official verdict, but Joe doesn't buy it and obsessively keeps looking, tracking down one discarded love after another, despite being ordered off the case.
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Whose legs are these? 10 beautiful brunettes with a motive for murder!
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Did You Know?
Feature film debut of Joseph Pevney
, who would soon become a director for the remainder of his long career. See more
(around 18 mins, 30 seconds) When the waitress is carrying a cup of coffee with her right hand, the camera is filming the mirror, therefore, it is really her left hand since it is a reverse image of the real action. But the next cut of her arriving at Lt. Warne's table is shot straight on without using the mirror and she is carrying it in her right hand but it should be the left hand. See more
He was a ladykiller. But don't get any ideas. I ain't no lady.
(as Mack Grey) is listed in the opening credits, but not in the end credits cast of characters. See more
References The Woman on the Beach
Music by Leigh Harline
Lyrics by Mort Greene
Sung by Virginia Huston (dubbed by Martha Mears
) (uncredited) See more