Niles and Carol Nelson are married doctors who save one of gang lord Gurney's men. Gurney exploits them, then kills Niles leaving Carol to take the fall. He next kidnaps writer Bill Stephens to write his biography. Knowing Bill will be killed when the biography is finished, Carol takes matters into her own hands.
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EXCITEMENT...WITH THE SILENCERS OFF! (re-release print ad - all caps)
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Did You Know?
Warner in-house-director Lewis Seiler
reportedly took very little interest in the making of the film. According to various cast members, he would show up to set and start blocking scenes without having read the part of the script that was to be shot on that day. See more
The night scenes of the raid on the Gurney hideout are mismatched. It goes from day-for-night to what appears to be genuine darkness. See more
[Shocked that Gurney has shot one of his own men in the back
What yuh wanna do that for?
[as he looks dispassionately through the holes in his revolver and casually blows out dirt
It says in the book that Napoleon said a good general has got to know when to be just, severe, - or mild.
Referenced in Hollywood Mouth
Music by Harry Warren
Played when Joe receives the telephone call before the operation See more