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Private detective 'Duke' Martindale and his wife, Phyllis, an attorney, are working together to clear a girl falsely convicted of murdering a judge. Two people who know the truth are killed and 'Duke' Is shot at. Despite some interference by Police-Sergeant Brent, and a dangerous automobile chase and 'Duke' and Phyllis finding themselves prisoners of the real murderers, the case is solved.

  1. Bernard B. Ray

    Director

  2. Jack Natteford

    Screenplay

  3. Leslie T. White

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Neil Hamilton

    Neil Hamilton

    Duke Martindel

  2. June Storey

    June Storey

    Phyllis Martindel

  3. Douglas Fowley

    Douglas Fowley

    Police Sgt. Brent

  4. Evelyn Brent

    Evelyn Brent

    Hester Engle

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Dangerous Lady
Dangerous Lady

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Status Released

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  • September 12, 1941
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 3m

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