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Frank Stewart (Richard Arlen) arrives in the steel town of Arlington, PA, and takes a room at Mrs. Morrison's boarding house. His old friend Matt Morrison (Andy Devine) arranges him a job at the Farley Steelyards, where Frank puts his education as a metallurgist to work and develops a new steel alloy process to improve efficiency. Rita Martin, the ambitious wife of Farley's top steelworker Dave Martin, is having an affair with the factory's general manager George Barnes. Barnes wants the new alloy so he can sell it to a competitor, Mr. Carlton, and after accidentally murdering Dave, he and Rita steal the alloy sample and frame Frank for the murder.

Joe Besser costars as Siggie Landers, a steelyard employee and boarding house tenant.

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Joe Besser (Solo)
Release Date
May 24, 1940
Production Type
Feature Film
64 min.

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