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Rated NR · 64 minutes · 1946

Attorney Mark Fenton (Kent Taylor) clears young playboy Don Elliot (Danny Morton) of murder. As Don's uncle, Stephen (John Litel), is a famous theatrical producer, Fenton hopes to impress his aspiring-actress girlfriend, Paula (Virginia Grey), by using his connection with Don to secure her a part in Stephen's latest play. When Stephen refuses, Paula takes matters into her own hands, romantically using Don and later Stephen to deceive Elliot and win the role, leading to betrayal and murder.
Director: Charles T. Barton
Cast: Kent Taylor, Virginia Grey, Milburn Stone, John Litel, Jane Adams and Danny Morton

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