A gangster's girlfriend on the run from the police, who suspect her of helping her boyfriend commit a robbery, holes up in a waterfront bar. She stows away on a fishing boat headed out to ... See full summary »
Harold Huber is caught by the police, and they're looking for his girl friend, Lola Lan, whom they suspect of being involved in his crimes. She stows away on board William Boyd's fishing boat. At first he seems to be a member of the He-Men Women Haters Club, but eventually they wear each other down, get married, and have a baby. They decide to get away from the sea and Boyd arranges to sell the ship just as Huber escapes and comes looking for Lola.... and some vengeance.
It's a well cast Gower Gulch B movie, directed at a fast clip by Frank Strayer. Lane, the eldest of the Lane sisters, would soon work her way out of Poverty Row and into a Warner Brothers contract. Boyd was just hanging on to leading man status, although far from his glory days working for Demille. He would begin to revive his career and his fortunes with his next movie: HOP-ALONG CASSIDY.