A rich railroad tycoon, bored with his marriage (his wife has no time for him -- she's too busy giving parties and sailing on yachts) starts seeing a showgirl. This are going OK until the girl's manager/boyfriend, seeing his chance to make some big money, decides to blackmail him.
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MORE DANGEROUS!-MORE THRILLING THAN THE UNDERWORLD! (Print Ad-Elmira Star-Gazette, ((Elmira, NY)) 9 May 1934)
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Did You Know?
The airplane in which Stream takes Lilly to upstate NY is a 1931 Bellanca CH400 "Skyrocket", registration NC12635. It was owned by Wallace Beery. Only 32 planes of this variant were made. Subsequently sold to a mining concern in Saudi Arabia, it was destroyed in 1937. See more
The police are tricked into believing that a man committed suicide with a gun. He was really murdered, shot from across the room. Even a perfunctory medical examination would make the deception impossible--for example, an absence of powder burns. See more
You pay me 40 a week. Well, I could use more.
Well, heck, I get along swell and if you did give me any more, why, some big blonde would probably take it away from me.
How Do I Know It's Sunday?
Music by Sammy Fain
Played when Stream is confronted by Lou at Lilly's apartment See more