Approved | | Comedy, Crime, Mystery
When the murdered body discovered by beautiful, vivacious socialite Melsa Manton disappears, police and press label her a prankster until she proves them wrong.
As many have assumed, supporting player Vicki Lester did take her name from Janet Gaynor's character in the original 1937 A Star is Born. Unfortunately, her own stardom was stillborn and, after only a handful of films, she retired from the silver screen and opened a dress shop selling original gowns of her own design.
Get some water... Melsa. Oh, Melsa, darling, please, please don't be dead.
Helen Frayne: Here it is.
Peter Ames: It's all right. It's distilled water.
When Melsa first calls the police at the beginning of the movie. The police cars are rushing to the Lane mansion. As they pass "Jones Drug Co" and "Barber Shop" the signs are backwards (mirror images).
During the opening credits, a flashlight lights up each page of credits.