Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Before Lee Patterson established himself as an American soap opera star, he made scores of minor-league British films. In Deadly Record, Patterson plays an aviator accused of killing his wife. The actual miscreant is obvious to the audience, but the dimwitted cops continue to persecute Our Hero. Finally, Patterson uncovers the evidence (see the title) that clears himself and points to the genuine murderer. This 58-minute timekiller was adapted from a novel by Nina Warner Hooke.
barnstorming, evidence, false-accusation, investigation, killing, murder, wife