Yes, a Columbia pre-code gem. GET-TV shows the film every other month or so but it was nice to see it without commercial interruptions.
As you state use SUTS to showcase relatively unseen gems (e.g. early works before an actor became a 'star', or later works where they have a supporting or second banana role, or loan-out pictures, etc..), instead of the same old stuff from the hit parade.
In a way I have a problem when DOUBLE INDEMNITY becomes the go-to Paramount film for Stanwyck. Don't get me wrong, it's one of her very best motion pictures and it deserves to be seen.
But she did so many great films at that studio and they seldom turn up on TCM. It's been years since THE FILE ON THELMA JORDON aired. Same is true for THE GREAT MAN'S LADY. I don't think NO MAN OF HER OWN has ever been broadcast, and what a spectacular melodrama it is. THE BRIDE WORE BOOTS, a Paramount rom-com she did with Robert Cummings has never been on TCM either. CALIFORNIA is a gorgeous Technicolor western she did with Ray Milland that TCM has never shown (though it sometimes pops up on the Encore westerns channel).
So when TCM keeps repeating the old stuff from the hit parade, it unfairly narrows our understanding of what Stanwyck accomplished at Paramount and other outside studios like Columbia, Universal and Republic.