During the middle of his act at the Magic Castle, Tony notices an old girlfriend, artist Janet Keegan, in the audience, looking scared. Using his act, he is able to whisk her away from the two men who broke into her apartment and are now chasing her, she not knowing who they are or what they want with her. She suspects it has something to do with her estranged father, Charles Keegan, an old prohibition era big time criminal who she has not seen in a year, but who she knows still keeps tabs on her via a guard named Harry Oakland. Charles' business was a major factor in Tony and Janet's break-up. Because of her father's business, she doesn't feel she can turn to the police. Confronting her father, Janet finds time does not heal old wounds, he who says he has no idea who they are or what they want, however not ruling out that they indeed are going through her to get to him. Janet is still in danger as long as she and Tony don't know what's going on. But Charles may know more than he ...
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At the gate to her father's estate, Janet quotes "Give up hope, all ye who enter here". In Dante's Inferno the message carved above the gates of Hell is generally translated as "Abandon all hope, ye who enter here". See more