Contrived plot has Ohmart playing the femme fatale, using Tryon to help her sabotage a jewelry heist planned by her husband and his cohorts. The woman is utterly selfish, as Tryon soon learns, but not until Ohmart's husband is killed and Tryon is sent to jail. Tryon's consolation prize is
the devoted Lawrence, who promises to wait for him. Filmed using Fujinon lenses, a major cinematographic development which allowed shooting at lower light levels because of larger aperture openings, with an added bonus of a nightclub scene in which Nat "King" Cole sings "Never Let Me Go" (Jay
Livingston, Ray Evans).