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Submitted by Mark Fuller
Picturegoer Weekly: May 7th 1932
Unpretentious and fantastic story of a smash-and-grab raid, with a newspaper reporter - following the American tradition - bringing the crooks to justice.
It is all very ingenuous and is chiefly notable for the introduction of Isla Bevan, a new star, who looks like making good. Garry Marsh and Harold French both put up good performances, and the picture generally is quite fairly entertaining, if one is not too critical.
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