Newly Remastered in HD. Sam Donovan (Dennis O'Keefe, T Men, Raw Deal) is an insurance investigator sent to a small Midwest town, to find out whether the death of one of it's policyholders was a suicide or murder. Sam is convinced that he was murdered but the entire town, led by the sheriff William Bendix, Lifeboat, is not talking. It's only when local girl Anita (Barbara Britton, I Shot Jesse James) breaks her silence does Sam begin to uncover the truth. As he falls in love with Anita, he begins to unravel the secret everyone in the town is keeping. Directed by Alfred E. Green (Baby Face,) with stunning black and white cinematography by the great Ernest Laszlo (Judgment at Nuremberg.)
Newly Remastered in HD. Sam Donovan (Dennis O'Keefe, T Men, Raw Deal) is an insurance investigator sent to a small Midwest town, to find out whether the death of one of it's policyholders was a suicide or murder. Sam is convinced that he was murdered but the entire town, led by the sheriff William Bendix, Lifeboat, is not talking. It's only when local girl Anita (Barbara Britton, I Shot Jesse James) breaks her silence does Sam begin to uncover the truth. As he falls in love with Anita, he begins to unravel the secret everyone in the town is keeping. Directed by Alfred E. Green (Baby Face,) with stunning black and white cinematography by the great Ernest Laszlo (Judgment at Nuremberg.)
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Label: KLSC
Rel. Date: 03/24/2015
UPC: 738329153724

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Newly Remastered in HD. Sam Donovan (Dennis O'Keefe, T Men, Raw Deal) is an insurance investigator sent to a small Midwest town, to find out whether the death of one of it's policyholders was a suicide or murder. Sam is convinced that he was murdered but the entire town, led by the sheriff William Bendix, Lifeboat, is not talking. It's only when local girl Anita (Barbara Britton, I Shot Jesse James) breaks her silence does Sam begin to uncover the truth. As he falls in love with Anita, he begins to unravel the secret everyone in the town is keeping. Directed by Alfred E. Green (Baby Face,) with stunning black and white cinematography by the great Ernest Laszlo (Judgment at Nuremberg.)