One night in New York, beefy escaped convict Moose Malloy goes hunting for his ex-girlfriend Velma, leaving a trail of mayhem behind him. Velma seems to be well-hidden, and adventurer The Falcon, intrigued, investigates on his own, approaching the heart of the mystery via a varied sequence of shady characters and attractive women.
Rod Crawford <email@example.com>
MYSTERY that you'll laugh at...when -- The Falcon TAKES OVER
Did You Know?
The third of sixteen movies for the suave detective nicknamed "The Falcon", and the third of four starring George Sanders
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In a night club scene The Falcon and Diana Kenyon are sitting close together talking. There is a plant pot on a ledge behind them, partially obscured and on the table a champagne glass is in front of Diana Kenyon. In the next shot, there is a gap separating the two, the flower pot is now centrally placed between them and the champagne glass has moved position. See more
[Not wanting to work for a client who leaves him in the dark
I think you better get someone else.
Lindsey W. Marriot
I don't like your manner.
I'm not particularly intrigued by yours either.
Follows The Gay Falcon
The First Time I Saw You
Music by Nathaniel Shilkret
Lyrics by Allie Wrubel
Introduced in The Toast of New York (1937)
Sung by uncredited actress in first night club scene See more