PG | | Comedy, Crime, Mystery
In 1947, a smart-mouthed Brit working in L.A. as a private eye (or peeper) is on a case to find the long lost daughter of a shady client pursued by two dangerous goons. The case leads him to a rich oddball Beverly Hills family.
This movie was released four years after its source novel, "Deadfall" by Keith Laumer, was published.
If you wander inside, she'll probably rape you!
Leslie C. Tucker: There's no rush...
The road stripes during the car chase are wrong for the period. The road has a double yellow centerline and yellow road reflectors. Yellow centerlines were not adopted in the USA until 1971. The bridge railings are also too modern for the period.
The opening credits are spoken by a Humphrey Bogart impersonator.