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Rated NR · 83 minutes · 1953

Action, Crime drama
Cab driver and ex-boxer Ernie (John Payne) discovers his wife Pauline (Peggie Castle) has been cheating on him. Ernie is approached by actress friend Linda (Evelyn Keyes), who says that she needs his help because she killed a man during an audition. After rushing to the theater, Ernie discovers that Linda's desperate tale was the audition. As if that humiliation isn't enough, Ernie is then framed for Pauline's murder by her lover, jewel thief Victor Rawlins (Brad Dexter).
Director: Phil Karlson
Writer: Robert Smith
Producer: Edward Small
Cast: John Payne, Evelyn Keyes, Brad Dexter, Frank Faylen, Peggie Castle, Jay Adler, Jack Lambert, Eddy Waller, Glenn Langan, Ian Wolfe, Peter Leeds, William Tannen and Gene Reynolds

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