Produced in association with True Story
magazine, this has a typical tabloid plot. Walker plays a convicted jewel thief who is paroled thanks to Graff, a mob boss. He wants her to help him steal some expensive perfume from wealthy widow Risdon. But Walker wants to go straight and, with
the help of policeman Parker, she foils the nefarious scheme. Everything here is routine and uninteresting, from the bland performances to the cliched script. Much of the film's trouble lies in the direction. Amateurish, with a poor sense of timing and suspense, this film has the dubious
distinction of being the first directorial effort of none other than Mickey Rooney. Note t...