In an anachronistic dream, Booth is a cat-burglar/master jewel thief who donates the proceeds to fellow war veterans. Breaking in to rob socialite Eva, he finds her burnt corpse in the safe. Brennan is a pioneer female LAPD detective, whose father Max, the commissioner, fires her for maintaining Booth didn't murder Eva. The pair teams up to prove the authorities wrong and turn to paleontology professor Jack Hodgins and his assistant Clark Edison to invent the forensic use of archaeological methods. Dandy millionaire James Aubrey is murdered while informing them about Eve, reporter Wendell Bray keeps the case in the spotlight.
Did You Know?
The opening close-ups of Booth and Bones in their cars are done using rear projection, emulating the way driving scenes were commonly filmed during the 1950s due to technical limitations. See more
The convertible driven by Bones in the opening scenes is equipped with amber turn signals. The story is set in the mid-1950s but that color was first adopted by US manufacturers in 1963. See more
A word of advice, young man: never try to understand a woman
References North by Northwest
Written by The Crystal Method
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