Product DetailsChester Morris, Jean Parker. Humphrey Campbell isn't your ordinary private detective. He likes to relax by playing the accordion, his drink of choice is milk, and the only lady in his life is his new bride, Louise. They should be enjoying their honeymoon in Reno, Nevada. Instead, Humphrey's boss shows up and begs him to investigate a disappearance that he swears will only take a few hours. Fat chance. Humphrey begins piecing the puzzle together and sorting through suspects. There's nothing amusing about the murdered redhead he discovers clutching a silver dollar in her hand, or when gunmen start shooting at him and Louise. What was supposed to be a "simple" missing person's case becomes a case of multiple murder. But when the going gets tough, Humphrey plays rough. He's bent on solving the case and salvaging his honeymoon. All he's got to do is stay alive. 1941, b&w, 71 min.
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