Vicki Wallace (Joan Blondell) takes great pleasure in teasing her husband,Tony Wallace (Warren William), who takes no pleasure at all in being teased and it isn't long before he ups and ... See full summary »
Edward Everett Horton
I have never seen a Ricardo Cortez's film except this one. It seems it is hard to catch. I don't say it is a film noir, not really as I mean. Rather a sort of mix up between film noir and comedy. A story around a gambling house and a woman reporter. I have seen a thousand films of this kind in my life. I will forget it in a few days. But if you can watch this feature, don't miss it. It is worthwhile for a movie buff like me. I don't know the players, but I certainly have seen them in other films before.
Well folks, that's all you can say about it. Pure product of the thirties and early forties B pictures.
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