One of the best films in "the Falcon" series. The debonaire Conway is surrounded by the girls of the Bluecliff School, when he is called in to investigate the murder of a professor. Upon Conway's arrival the murder rate rises, and he follows the clues to the killer. Future Academy Award
winner Dorothy Malone, here billed as Dorothy Maloney, has a bit as one of the chatty co-eds. The film is brightened by some fine oceanside photography, a rarity for the film noir
era. It has often been pointed out that rarely has a movie star been accompanied by as many beautiful women in one
film as Conway is in THE FALCON AND THE CO-EDS. The reason, most certainly, is that...