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Sanders played as The Falcon again in a future film, but was later replaced by another actor. The Falcon is a man who is interested in two things: women and sleuthing. As a result, he has been involved in many murder cases, even though he is neither a cop or a private investigator. While the Falcon films are interesting as mysteries that The Falcon is able to solve, it is equally interesting to watch because it is filled with humor. We see the cops bumbling and people doing things wrong over and over again. Both the assistant to The Falcon and the assistant to the senior police lieutenant usually act in foolish ways and say foolish things.
In this film, although he had promised his fiancée not to get involved again with women and sleuthing, he does both. He happens to be present when the police investigate the murder committed by Ward Bond who was searching for the woman who he loved and who promised to wait for him. He is intrigued by the puzzle and decides to find the woman.
This movies uses the Falcon character in an adaption of Raymond Chandler's "Farewell, My Lovely". A good story makes a good movie. You can best appreciate this movie after first reading Chandler's novel. The changes tell how it was adapted for the audience. The original story had to be changed to meet popular tastes of the day (in my opinion). Note the comic additions to the story for amusement (or to break the tension).
The story tells how clues are followed to solve a murder mystery. The locale was changed to New York city from Los Angeles. Would an underling take the rap for a powerful nightclub owner? The usual method of operation is to import a killer from a distant city to make detection more difficult. This can prevent the police from identifying the killer(s).