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Submitted by Mark Fuller
Picturegoer Weekly: July 16th 1932
Jerry Verno is an efficient and funny comedian, and he gets away at times in this mixture of crook story and comedy which seems to fall between two stools.
What laughter there is is easily accounted for but the scenes that are supposed to be thrilling miss the mark. The action takes place in a small hotel which is adequately set.
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