Approved | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
Mary Whitman, an old friend of Charlie's in Reno for a divorce, finds herself accused of murdering the woman her husband planned to marry after the decree became final.
Actor 'Hamilton McFadden', who plays the bit anonymous supporting role of a night clerk, formerly directed three earlier big budget entries in the series: "The Black Camel," (1931), Charlie Chan Carries On" 1931), and "Charlie Chan's Greatest Case" in addition to starting "Charlie Chan in Paris" (1935).
Mary is still my wife in spite of what we planned, but she didn't - she couldn't have done this.
Charlie Chan: Man yet to be born who can tell what woman will or will not do.
When Charlie is examining the police photos of Mrs. Bentley's body, they show her beauty mask tied around her head. But the mask was untied by the desk clerk to identify the victim, before the police are ever called.