You'll have to take my word for it: they spent all the budget on the title cards.

 

 

The movie concerns two reporters attempting to get to the bottom of a murder mystery. It's a comedy-suspenser, and contains large portions of Leo Gorcey, an actor I can't stand, mispronunctilatin' words. He's supposed to be funny. It's all supposed to be funny. The dialogue is supposed to be snappy, the mystery ever-intriguing. It was lit with 3 40W bulbs. It contains not a single memorable moment worth preserving here on 100 Mysteries, except for this: