Whit, condemned and awaiting execution, reviews the events of his life that has brought him to Cell 2455 on San Quentin's Death Row, a story he had told in a autobiography that became a ... See full summary »
Fred F. Sears
R. Wright Campbell,
Robert Crane is a slick jewel thief who also doubles as a novelist writing about a slick-jewel-thief known as 'The Gentleman,' who the police have never been able to catch. Although Police ... See full summary »
A girl from Syracuse goes to New York to see her boyfriend, successful architect who no longer cares for her. Fellow residents at a women's hotel encourage her to become a top model. When boyfriend tries to come back to her he has rivals.
Viperish Francine Huber seduces visiting salesman Sam Crane. Sam later finds out that Francine is married to a business associate of his and decides to have no more to do with her. Francine... See full summary »
Texas rancher Scotty Mason goes into the Mexican desert-country in search of a wild horse, and takes his young wife, Margarita and his hired-hand, The Kid, whose life Scotty had saved a few... See full summary »
When the Treasury Department suspects a luggage company-which has recently run a contest offering a European cruise-of smuggling diamonds, they plant a woman as a secretary in their office, and a t-man on the cruise ship. There will be intrigue and danger both on the high seas and on the land...
I watched this one simply because Preston Foster is the lead, and as usual, he made it fun. Fiesty Irene Hervey was good as his co-worker/on again, off again love interest too, as was Fred Keating as one of the main crooks. Throw in Frank Jenks in a cute role, and good ol' Regis Toomey as the t-man (of course) planted on the cruise and you've got yourself a solid cast.
I wouldn't say this was one of Foster's best, but I still liked the story, there's some witty dialogue, and a couple of surprises, too. Worth a look!
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