Approved | | Crime, Film-Noir, Romance
An army lieutenant accused of robbery pursues the real thief on a frantic chase through Mexico aided by the thief's fiancee.
Jane Greer got the female lead, because studio head Howard Hughes didn't want to risk using Jane Russell, RKO's biggest female star, in case the public would turn against Robert Mitchum, because of his jail sentence for smoking marijuana. Greer and ... ...
Stop calling me chickita. You don't say that to girls you don't even know.
Lt. Duke Halliday: Where I learned Spanish you do.
Capt. Blake kicks in the door of Lt. Halliday's cabin, whilst Lt. Halliday is in the process of getting dressed, doing up his tie and turning the shirt collar down. Capt. Blake throws Lt. Halliday's jacket to him and in the next shot he is adjusting the shirt collar again. However, the collar is not completely turned down, the tie is showing underneath and now with the jacket on, this has the collar half turned up. Cut to the next shot - Lt. Halliday goes to pour a drink, the shirt collar is now turned down, no tie is showing, but the jacket collar is now fully turned up. In the next shot, Lt. Halliday turns the jacket collar completely down and ends up in a fight with Capt. Blake.
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