In this standard programmer, a doctor who serves the underworld lives a life of luxury until G-man Nolan catches on to the nature of his patients. The finale drives home the familiar philosophy that criminals must be punished--here they're all killed off by the feds. One-time FBI head J.
Edgar Hoover had the final cut on this picture, as well as control over the ad campaign, so be prepared for some hard-core propaganda in favor of the bureau. This was the second in a series of G-men glorification pictures made by executive producer Harold Hurley under his deal with the
publicity-hungry Hoover; the first was PERSONS IN HIDING (1939). The film is very loosely based o...