For six months, a strangler has terrorized the city. Calling himself The Judge, he's a self-appointed destroyer of 'evil' who only strikes on rainy nights. Police Lieut. Harry Grant is obsessed with catching him but has failed so far, despite varied clues. And now Harry is further hampered by attractive tabloid reporter Ann Gorman dogging his footsteps. Compactly crafted film with some effective thrills.
Rod Crawford <email@example.com>
Police baffled by the FACELESS KILLER!
Did You Know?
Because of the abundance and age of the stock footage employed, the age of the automobiles is more often pre-WWII rather than post-WWII, and frequently changes from one scene to the next. Detective Grant drives a 1939 Buick, unusual in itself because it was already ten years old at the time, but a 1942 Chrysler shows up in its place in some of the stock footage. Likewise, the taxicabs continually range from pre-WWII to post-WWII models. See more
Police Lt. Harry Grant
Funny thing how he always strikes in the rain.
Police Sgt. Art Collins
Maybe he likes rain. Must be a fish.