Joe Adams takes on the identity of a dead gangster in order to avoid the draft. Adams plans to use a war relief charity to get his gambling operation up and running, until he falls in love with Dorothy Bryant and has a change of heart.
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HE'S DANGEROUS...SHE'S DEVASTATING! A Gay, Tough, Smooth Gambler, out for big game in Manhattan's Canyons...in a heart-to-heart crash with the most devastating female of the Park Avenue species. A glamorous exciting battle of the sexes...with Cary playing his most colorful character! (Print Ad- Albany Times-Union, ((Albany NY)) 7 July 1943)
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Did You Know?
A car does a 180 degree turn on the George Washington Bridge, a sequence that may have inspired a similar incident in Mario Puzo's "The Godfather." See more
Dorothy's car, a 1941 Cadillac convertible, has white wall tires when Joe drops her off at her home after the trip to Maryland and back. Then as he is driving it on the bridge and does a U-turn, it has black wall tires. When it next appears on the pier, Dorothy driving, it has white wall tires again. See more
Joe Adams aka Joe Bascopolous
You don't mind if I double-cross myself, do you?
Opening credits prologue: 1941 America was still at Peace. See more
Referenced in Crossfire
Battle Hymn of the Republic
Music by William Steffe
In the score when Dorothy shows a picture of her great-grandfather See more