Approved | | Comedy, Mystery, Crime
A respected investment advisor has a double life as a mystery writer and becomes involved in the real murder of a shady client.
As soon as Errol Flynn was announced for this film, an article in the September 21, 1940 Los Angeles Times reported that his frequent co-star Olivia de Havilland was to be his co-star in this film as well, but the role ended up going to Brenda Marshall.
I know my rights. I'm a taxpayer, wee!
Det. 'Hoppy' Hopkins: Yeah, well, we're you're goin', you won't have to pay no taxes, see!
When the inspector, Hopkins and Pettijohn are looking at the wardrobe of the murdered man, in the close-up, Hopkins has his arms crossed. In the long shots, his arms are down by his side.