A London cat burglar (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) falls for the girlfriend (Valerie Hobson) of a stockbroker (Alan Hale) who used to be his partner.
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According to British columnist Philip Bradford, writing in 1959, star and co-producer Douglas Fairbanks Jr approached Leo Genn (then a professional lawyer who was starting an acting career) to become legal advisor for the film's trial scene: "Fairbanks later decided to have Genn write the sequence, and finally persuaded him to appear in the role of [a] barrister." See more
Darling, don't you see I'll let you down, the odds are too great.
Listen, the odds on crooks are always what they should be.
Concert Waltz in E
Music by Moritz Moszkowski See more