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Hard-boiled newspaper reporter Larry Doyle (Robert Armstrong) goes a bit too far in celebrating a work bonus and wakes up on a train bound for St. Louis with only a buck on his person. To remedy the problem, Doyle pawns the revolver he's carrying. When the gun is subsequently used in a murder, Doyle's problems only multiply. In the meantime, he's also fallen in love with a comely stranger (Maxine Doyle) he convinced to impersonate his wife.

  1. Ray McCarey

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Robert Armstrong

    Robert Armstrong

    Larry Doyle

  2. Maxine Doyle

    Maxine Doyle

    Anne Ogilvie

  3. Henry Kolker

    Henry Kolker

    Ellwyn A. 'Jo-Jo' Jonas

  4. LeRoy Mason

    LeRoy Mason

    The Eel, Gangster

  5. James Burke

    James Burke

    Managing Editor Marvin

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Status Released

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  • February 12, 1935
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 5m

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50

Still needs a little work.

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