The ruthless Solly Caspar is fighting to retain control of Bay City's criminal activities when Frank Jansen (Kent Taylor), an honest man and mayoral hopeful, begins a strong anti-crime campaign. Caspar tasks his right-hand man Ben Grace to dig up some dirt on the candidate and ruin his chances of election. Meanwhile, Dorothy Lyons is paroled from prison in custody of her sister June, secretary to Frank, Ben sees this as a way to smear Jansen's campaign. But after falling out with Caspar, Ben tries to help June, who he begins to fall for. Sexy Dorothy also has a yen... for Ben. June is reluctantly forced to go along with Ben's schemes, but there may be more to these than meets the eye... [show more]
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Crime drama directed by Allan Dwan and starring John Payne, Rhonda Fleming and Arlene Dahl. When Dorothy Lyons (Dahl) is released from prison, she is put in the care of her sister June (Fleming) who works as a secretary for political candidate Frank Jansen (Kent Taylor). Organised crime associate Ben Grace (Payne), who has been tasked with exposing skeletons in Jansen's closet, fails to take advantage of Dorothy's access to the politican however, and instead finds himself falling for June.