Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Appointment with Murder is the second of three "Falcon" mysteries produced by bargain-basement Film Classics Productions in the late 1940s. Professional magician John Calvert assumes the leading role of private eye Michael Lanyard, aka The Falcon. Working for an insurance company, Lanyard travels from Hollywood to Italy in search of a pair of stolen paintings. This brings him in close contact with pretty art curator Lorraine (Catherine Craig), who may be involved in the thefts, and erudite international criminal Norton (Jack Reitzen). The only complaint one can level against Appointment with Murder is that it's a bit too ambitious for its tiny budget.
Agent-Orange, art-theft, deformity, depression, detective, hometown, investigation, investigator, low-life, misery, neighbor, nightmare, POW (Prisoner of War), private-detective, suspect, torture, tracking [following], veteran [military], weapons, wife