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|Directed by||William C. McGann|
|Produced by||Edmund Grainger|
|Cinematography||Ted D. McCord|
|Edited by||Jack Killifer|
|Music by||William Lava|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
|August 7, 1941|
A woman discovers that her apparently respectable businessmen husband is in fact a notorious bank robber.
- Brenda Marshall as Claire Foster
- Arthur Kennedy as George Foster
- William Lundigan as Dave Warren
- Olympe Bradna as Myra Abbott
- Slim Summerville as Gramps Abbott
- Noel Madison as Salvo - Henchman
- Dorothy Tree as Salvo's Moll
- Willie Best as Bub Wellington
- Pat Flaherty as Eddie - Motorcycle Cop
- Frank Wilcox as Murph - Motorcycle Cop
- John Ridgely as Alex - Armored Car Guard
- William B. Davidson as Gorman
- Dick Rich as Mike - Trucker at Cafe
- James Westerfield as Swede - Trucker at Cafe
- Victor Zimmerman as Jake
- Creighton Hale as Waiter
- Jack Mower as Police Patrolman
- Paul Panzer as Gas Station Attendant
- Frank Mayo as Police Patrolman
- Wade Boteler as Sheriff at Cafe-Bar
- Goble p.1
- Goble, Alan. The Complete Index to Literary Sources in Film. Walter de Gruyter, 1999.
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