And at this stage ita#39;s worth paying attention, because the sultry Dorothy Revier is right up there on the screen. When she is killed, the pace slows somewhat when the focus shifts to Marceline Day (who is too rake-thin for my taste) and ... Nonetheless, the mystery is still intriguing enough, and Thorpe makes good use of Universala#39;s standing sets to give the movie a bit of class. ... Alas, as usual in many of these Poverty Row thrillers, the solution to the mystery is somewhat contrived.
|Title||:||Film Noir, Detective and Mystery Movies on DVD: A Guide to the Best in Suspense|
|Author||:||John Howard Reid|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2009|