Police detective Joe Warne investigates the shooting of composer Keith Vincent. Evidence points to suicide and that is the official verdict, but Joe doesn't buy it and obsessively keeps looking, tracking down one discarded love after another, despite being ordered off the case.
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Did You Know?
This film's earliest documented telecasts took place in Los Angeles Tuesday 15 May 1956 on KHJ (Channel 9), in Memphis Saturday 28 July 1956 on WHBQ (Channel 13), and in New York City Monday 3 September 1956 on WOR (Channel 9). See more
(around 2 mins, 20 seconds) When you first see the "Nocturne" sheet music on the piano in the film's opening shot, it is comprised of two pages with 20 music staffs containing musical notes on each staff. However, when it cuts to another shot of the sheet music, only 16 of the 20 staffs contain musical notes. See more
[to Joe on movie set
Now why don't you hop on your scooter, sonny boy, and blow. I've got to emote!
(as Mack Grey) is listed in the opening credits, but not in the end credits cast of characters. See more
References Man Alive
Music by Leigh Harline
Lyrics by Mort Greene
Sung by Virginia Huston (dubbed by Martha Mears
) (uncredited) See more