Synopsis by Hal Erickson
James Dunn and Frances Gifford were husband and wife when they costarred in PRC's Hold That Woman. Dunn plays Jimmy Parker, ace operative for Skip Tracers Ltd., a process-serving firm. Repossessing a radio from a recalcitrant debtor, Jimmy finds a fortune in stolen jewels hidden inside the box. Arrested for theft, Parker spends the rest of the picture trying to recover both the jewels and the radio, the better to clear his name and keep his job. Frances Gifford (evidently the "woman" of the title) plays Parker's business partner and erstwhile sweetheart Mary Mulvaney.
agent [representative], bad-guy, business, capture, chase, couple, criminal, gangster, good-guy, honeymoon, jewel-robbery, opal, radio, repossession, robbery, wedding