Passed | | Crime, Film-Noir, Thriller
The step-daughter of a district attorney falls in love with a gangster on parole who her father originally imprisoned.
MGM re-released this picture in March of 1950 as part of a double feature with Blossoms in the Dust (1941).
Oh, now don't turn ordinary on me. I get tired of ordinary dames. And I don't want to get tired of you.
When Lisbeth shoots Julio during the staged fight with Johnny, she shoots him in the back. However, Julio's blood which is actually ketchup is displayed on the front of his shirt instead of the back of the jacket. In addition there is no hole in the fabric of the jacket, therefore, the shooting along with the fake blood ruse should not have worked.