Brash ladies' man James Dale and his partner, wisecracking Everett Northrup, are sent by Cartell & Co. jewelers to safeguard the arrival of the famous Stonehaven necklace at one of its branch offices, recently the victim of a jewel robbery.Written by
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This film received its earliest documented telecasts in New York City Saturday 18 July 1948 on WCBS (Channel 2), in Cincinnati Friday 16 December 1949 on WKRC (Channel 11), in Salt Lake City Tuesday 20 December 1949 on KSL (Channel 5), and in Los Angeles Monday 30 January 1950 on KTLA (Channel 5). See more »
When the reporter is speaking to Randall, Mr. Vanderbrook is referred to as Howard. When the Vanderbrooks are in the jewelry store, Mr. Vanderbrook is referred to as Henry. See more »
fun jewelry heist caper
Northrup (Tim Ryan) is theoretically guarding the big fancy Stonehaven necklace that's arriving at the local jewelry store. But it looks like he isn't really who he says he is, so the jewelry company is keeping an eye on him... it's a jewelry heist caper! and Claire (Marjorie Weaver) is the secretary who gets caught up in all the goings on. Lots of verbal gags and close calls to keep it light. and a few surprises in here, just to keep us on our toes. Gotta pay attention ! Some fun stuff in this one. I'm really surprised that its only rated a "6" on imdb so far. I liked it! Similar to another film, but I won't say which one... don't want to give anything away ! Directed by William Beaudine, who had started in the early, early days of silent films. Good stuff. Showing on Epix Channel.
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