|Directed by||Otto Brower|
|Written by||Horace McCoy (screenplay)|
Horace McCoy (story)
Robert Presnell Sr. (story)
|Produced by||Robert Presnell Sr. (associate producer)|
|Edited by||Philip Cahn|
|Music by||Clifford Vaughan|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
Bill Davis is a federal postal inspector. When he returns home to Milltown from a business trip in Washington, D.C., he meets singer Connie Larrimore on the plane. When they land, Bill is met by his brother Charlie, who is already acquainted with Connie.
At a nightclub owned by Gregory Benez, where Connie sings, Charlie and Connie hear about a shipment of $3 million in retired currency being scheduled. Benez, who is heavily in debt, schemes with a man named Ritter who has recently lost money as a victim of possible mail fraud.
A flood in a nearby town affects the shipment's route. Charlie goes to the scene with the National Guard and is aided by Connie, who volunteers as a relief worker. Benez and his accomplices rob the shipment. Charlie is in love with Connie and quarrels with his brother when Bill asks if she told Benez about the cash shipment. A speedboat is used to head off the thieves, Benez is sent to prison and Charlie invites his brother to his wedding to Connie.
- Ricardo Cortez as Inspector Bill Davis
- Patricia Ellis as Connie Larrimore
- Michael Loring as Charlie Davis
- Bela Lugosi as Gregory Benez
- Wallis Clark as Inspector Gil Pottle
- Arthur Loft as Inspector Gene Richards
- David Oliver as 'Butch'
- Guy Usher as Evans
- Bill Burrud as Billy, The Boy
- Harry Beresford as Ritter
- Spencer Charters as Grumpy
- Hattie McDaniel as Deborah, the maid
- "Hot Towel" (Music by Irving Actman, lyrics by Frank Loesser)
- "Let's Have Bluebirds on All Our Wallpaper" (Music by Irving Actman, lyrics by Frank Loesser)
- List of American films of 1936
- Public domain film
- List of films in the public domain in the United States
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