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|Directed by||Albert Herman|
|Screenplay by||Al Martin|
|Story by||Peter B. Kyne|
|Produced by||Sam Katzman|
|Edited by||Dan Milner|
|Distributed by||Victory Pictures Corporation|
Captain Matthews is paid $40,000 for a silk shipment from China. The Green Eagle Café owner has the captain called away for a phone call but is robbed of the money. Local reporter sees the robbery and after a fist fight gets the money back. He runs into the local delicatessen and hides the money. The reporter gets a headline story and gets to meet the captain's daughter. Conrad and his henchman pose as the captain to get the cash returned.
- Lawrence Gray as Jerry Mason, reporter
- Sheila Bromley as Lorraine Matthews, Captain's daughter
- J. Farrell MacDonald as Harry Cromwell, the city editor
- Fuzzy Knight as Fred Klein - butcher
- Bryant Washburn as Nick Conrad - gangster
- Fred Kelsey as Detective O'Brien
- John Elliott as Captain Matthews
- Eddie Phillips as Eddie, henchman
- Arthur Loft as Pete, balding henchman
- Herschel Mayall as Steve, henchman
- Gordon Griffith as Chuck, henchman
- Earl Dwire as Detective Sergeant
- Richard Cramer as Detective Hogan
- George Chesebro as First Mate Taylor
It was Katzman's first film for his company Victory Pictures. Filming started 24 June 1935.
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