|Genres||Comedy Crime Drama|
|Director||Roy Del Ruth|
|Writers||John H. Ayers (story "Missing Men") (as John H. Ayres)
Carol Bird (story "Missing Men")
Robert Presnell Sr. (screen play) (as Robert Presnell)
|Cast||Bette Davis Lewis Stone Pat O'Brien Glenda Farrell Allen Jenkins Ruth Donnelly Hugh Herbert Alan Dinehart Marjorie Gateson Tad Alexander Noel Francis Wallis Clark Adrian Morris Clay Clement Henry Kolker Harry Beresford George Chandler|
|Plot||Butch Saunders has been transferred to Missing Persons because he was too brutal in other police work. He regards the assignment as "kindergarten" work. When a young woman asks him to help locate her husband, Therme, he learns that she is really Norma Phillips, wanted by Chicago police for murder of her husband. She escapes, but Saunders borrows a corpse from the morgue to arrange her fake funeral. The trap brings the woman and Therme to the mortuary out of curiosity.... see Bureau of Missing Persons on IMDb|
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|Demoted to working in the "kindergarten" of the police department, tough cop Butch Saunders (Pat O'Brien) goes all soft at the center when a sweet blonde (Bette Davis) walks into the Bureau of Missing Persons looking for her missing husband. When it turns out her husband is both a murder victim and a bachelor - and that the blonde is suspect #1, Butch comes up with a scheme to crack the|
case. This nifty B picture moves with the speed of a follow-that-cab! taxi as it careens from drama to mystery to comedy (How to track carrier pigeons carrying ransom money? Wing after the birds in a plane!). And it's a chance to see Davis shine in a programmer the year before her breakthrough performance in Of Human Bondage.
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