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  1. I found it on YouTube last night...it's called "Missing Women" with Penny Edwards from 1951. It's an obscure, yet very solid film that rarely gets mentioned. Thanks for your help!
  2. It's an hour well spent! Good plot, Lots of hot cars with a police chase, a shootout, a couple cocktail lounge scenes with a Wurlitzer jukebox playing period music, and Miss Penny Edwards looks lovely with her feathered hat.
  3. I just found it on YouTube...it's called "Missing Women" with Penny Edwards from 1951. It's an obscure, yet very solid film that rarely gets mentioned. Thanks for your help!
  4. Thanks for your reply. I don't believe it was part of any TV crime drama series. I don't remember which studio produced it or any of the actors, but I remember looking it up on IMDB at the time and the actors were mostly B movie stars from the era. It seemed to be an obscure movie when I came across it.
  5. Hi, new member here. I saw a movie a while back that had a blonde woman who was part of a car theft racket she was trying to infiltrate. The scene I remember she was riding with her accomplice in a white 1950 Ford convertible in which they purposely caused a flat tire in order to distract the parking lot attendant. While the attendant was changing the tire for the woman, her accomplice stole a Lincoln sedan. She then used the phone booth to tip off the cops. I think she was working incognito to find her husband's killer. There was also another scene at the end which involved a shootout with co
  6. Hi, new member here. I saw a movie a while back that had a blonde woman who was part of a car theft racket she was trying to infiltrate. The scene I remember she was riding with her accomplice in a white 1950 Ford convertible in which they purposely caused a flat tire in order to distract the parking lot attendant. While the attendant was changing the tire for the woman, her accomplice stole a Lincoln sedan. She then used the phone booth to tip off the cops. I think she was working incognito to find her husband's killer. There was also another scene at the end which involved a shootout with co
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