Gordon Oliver and Marian Marsh are framed for a jewelry robbery. While they're serving their prison time, Oliver discovers the job and frame were courtesy of Miles Mander. They're released early for good behavior. When they get out, however, they discover that paying their debt to society doesn't end the matter. They can't get work. Finally, they decide to go after Mander.
They're a couple of fresh-faced kids in this one, and there's a decent supporting cast, including Margaret Dumont as their landlady. She sports an Irish accent, even though her name is Abernathy! It's an unexceptional but decent Poverty Row B.
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