Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Dorothy Patrick is The Blonde Bandit in this Republic time-filler. The script establishes a degree of sympathy for Gloria Dell (Patrick) by depicting her as more sinned against the sinning. Involved in a holdup masterminded by bookie Joe Sapelli (Gerald Mohr), Gloria is given a chance for redemption, if only she'll act as an undercover agent for the cops. The leading actors offer perfunctory performances, with the exception of Gerald Mohr, whose "kidding on the square" approach to his role is most refreshing. Featured in the cast are two former silent-movie stars, Monte Blue and Eva Novak.
bookie, boyfriend, convict, evidence, honesty, integrity, love, missing-person, outlaw [Western], promise, romance, simpleton, slave-trader