The Falcon is framed for the murder of a banker and the theft of war bonds. He makes his escape into the mountains where he hides out in a rustic lodge. From here he uncovers a phony war bond operation.
Ed Stephan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The previous film in the series, The Falcon's Brother
(1942), references wartime restrictions on textiles for women's clothing. This film alludes to the rationing of gasoline, tires and meat. There is also shown a little subversion of said meat rationing when a woman at the knitting circle shows off a huge beef roast obtained through connections with a Senator. See more
Dugan is shown using a "silencer" on a revolver - which doesn't actually work in real life at all because of the gap between the cylinder and the barrel of the gun. And, of course, no silencer (supressor, actually) would make any gun go "pfft" like we hear here and in so many other films. See more
Oh, so it's you. What are you pussy-footin' around here for?
Inspector Timothy Donovan
Just lookin' for clues.
Yeah? Did you ever get a good look at yourself? You're the suspiciest character I ever seen! I oughta arrest you for just impersonating a human bein'!
Follows The Falcon's Brother