A wise cracking American P.I. traveling abroad with his love interest and sidekick, stumbles on to a dead body. After it disappears again, he stumbles onto more.Then they begin to unravel a devious crime ring in a foreign land.
Did You Know?
The second train wreck in this film, which is also called "The Wrecker", is the same one that was staged for the climax of The Wrecker
(1929). Footage of that crash, not used in the earlier film, was edited together with new shots. Another train wreck was done mostly with models and stock footage from newsreels. See more
Edmund Lowe works for a detective agency, to which the script wants to give a name similar to Pinkerton's. But Lowe calls his employers Tankerton's, then Taggerton's , and later Packerton's. See more
Hence, I'll have to bust into that gent's flat.
Hence, you'll bust into it alone.
Of course, it's a man's job.
Oh, is it? I'll go find one.
I knew I could count on you.
Music by Bretton Byrd See more