- Director: Arthur Lubin
- Writer: Dorothy Davenport; Jay Dratler
- Producer: Joseph H. Nadel; Harry M. Popkin
Below average noir...from a gay director.
No-nonsense San Francisco industrial whiz Walter Williams's two-timing wife and her lover plot to do her husband in, but Williams survives the attack and the lover is burned beyond recognition while driving Williams's car. Half-dazed, Williams stumbles into a moving van And ends up in idyllic Larkspur, Idaho, where he tracks newspaper stories of his "death". While recuperating Williams falls in love with Marsha, the garage owner where he is working as a mechanic. But when Williams finally goes back to San Francisco to clear his wife who is suspected of killing Walter, he's tried for the lover's murder.