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Daredevil pilot Bill Taylor performs death defying stunts by day and by night is an accomplished ladies-man. Fearing that his younger brother, Tommy, has fallen for a nightclub singer of ill-repute, Bill decides to check the girl out personally. Hard-boiled Bill winds up falling hard for the singer, Patsy Burke, and a torrid love affair ensues. Eventually, Bill is forced to choose between the girl he loves or dashing the romantic hopes of his brother.
William Boyd gained fame for his starring role as Hopalong Cassidy starting in 1935. He went on to reprise the part in 65 more productions in the years to follow. His star rose again and he became extremely wealthy buying the rights to all his feature films, then shrewdly marketing them to television stations, hungry for Western fare in the early 1950s.
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It played ok, but the quality (as I believe most 1920's/1930's issued by "Oldies") is quite poor. There are hints of "Hoppy" in the take-charge attitude by Boyd, in this one, & he comes off as a very cocky, self-centered ladies man. Comes around at the end, but the poor quality of the film is distracting. You will be able to see why it is so in-expensive. Should be better choices for early Boyd films.