After being knocked out, Conway suffers from amnesia. He finds himself in the middle of a murder investigation, and all clues point towards him as the probable killer. Rutherford, a lady cab driver, helps him to clear his name. After he's struck by a bullet, Conway's memory miraculously
returns, and he is proven innocent. This remake of TWO IN THE DARK (1936) is somewhat better than the original, though that's not saying much. It's presented in an obvious manner with strictly routine situations and dialog. All along, the audience knows Conway is innocent, so it's only a matter of
time for his name to be cleared. Conway and Rutherford aren't bad as a team, but it's ...