Not Rated | | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
A Los Angeles bank assistant-manager devises a plan to steal money from the bank's vault and to flee to Brazil with his unsuspecting wife.
At the time the film was made, Howard Hughes owned TWA, the airline Joseph Cotten and Teresa Wright fly on the first leg of their trip. Hughes also designed the plane they fly, the Lockheed Constellation, but at the time federal regulations forbade airlines from buying planes from their parent companies. So Hughes licensed the design of the Constellation to Lockheed and bought the planes from them.
When Jim and Laurie land in New Orleans, while still on the plane, a shadow of the boom microphone is clearly visible on the plane's wall behind them.
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