The motion picture was filmed on location throughout New York City and culminated in one of the first modern car chases, prior to 1968's Bullitt. Much of the film is set in the vicinity of the long-demolished Third Avenue El, a favorite location of the few films made in the city during that era.
The story is of Joe Norson (Granger) is a letter carrier who feels guilty for not being able to afford the finer things for his wife, Ellie (O'Donnell).
After several days of guilt, Joe decides to try and return his ill-gotten gain, enabling Garsell, who's disposed of "Lucky" Lucille, to track him down. Joe is able to escape after discovers that the bartender Nick Drumman (Ed Max) he'd left it with has left with the money.
Joe, then finds himself a suspect in Lucky's murder and must try and track down Garsell, and does so through Garsell's girlfriend, singer Harriette Sinton (Jean Hagen). She leads Joe to Garsell, setting up a wild car chase in the streets of New York.
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