Gay Lawrence, aka The Falcon, is about to depart the city to marry his fiancée, Helen Reed, when a mystery girl, Rita Mara, asks for his aid in disposing of a secret formula for making ... See full summary »
Rocky is still at his night club.
Inspector Henry Fernack:
Now, wait a minute, Simon. Why can't I go to a nightclub? I'll not be party to any rough stuff.
You toddle off to bed like a good boy. These denizens of iniquity are no place for a respectable married man. I'll just drift into Rocky's gin palace and see what's going on.
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When Inspector Fernack (Jonathan Hale) is framed, Simon Templar comes to America to help out not before meeting a beautiful damsel on the ship who is being cheated in a game of cards but their paths will cross again soon.
Fernack cannot explain how thousands and thousands of dollars were found in his safe. The Saint reckons a group of mobsters involved a race fixing ring are involved. However more bodies show up and they all point to Fernack as the murderer.
This is a more enjoyable B film simply because there is a nicer and more involved plot, a few red herrings and a milk drinking character called Pearly Gates who decides to turn his back on the mobsters and join up with the Saint.
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