A delightful thriller unusual in that it's loaded with laughs, having been written by Beloin and O'Brien, who churned out the scripts for Jack Benny's radio shows. Durbin is charming and turns in a superb performance as a naive young lady en route to New York for a meeting with a family
lawyer Horton. Just before the train pulls into Grand Central Station she looks through the window next to her seat and sees a murder take place in a nearby office building, glimpsing the killer only from the back. She tells police but they think her imagination is working overtime. Desperately,
Durbin turns to Bruce, a mystery writer, and both amateur detectives try to solve the cr...