Step back in time to the golden age of classic crime movies. The arch villain (played by J. Carrol Naish) is running a casino on board a ship. At the same time he�۪s smuggling illegal furs right past the Coast Guard. Can the authorities catch him out? A classic film directed by Hamilton MacFadden.
The Coast Guard standards must have been mighty low to allow Weldon Heyburn and Warren Hymer to enlist. Back in the day it was known as an
exclusive outfit, but you could never tell with these two.
These two when they're not chasing women and making fools of themselves are
on a case involving smuggling. J. Carrol Naish who operates a gambling boat has
a nice sideline in smuggling. Jeanne Madden's dad who is also in the Coast
Guard is killed and she is doing her own investigation looking into her father's
death. As Naish has a nightclub on board she joins the showgirls one of whom
is future Blondie, Penny Singleton.
It's Madden and Singleton who the two Beavis and Butthead wannabes fight
over. Their antics do make Sea Racketeers somewhat amusing.
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