A professor comes up with a system to win at roulette, and goes to the famous casino at Monte Carlo to try it out. When he turns up murdered and his "system" missing, a reporter sets out to find the killer--and the system.
Did You Know?
In February 1956 Warner Bros. head Jack L. Warner
sold the rights to all of the studio's pre-December 1949 films (including this one) to Associated Artists Productions. AAP merged with United Artists Television in 1958, and later was subsequently acquired by Turner Broadcasting System in early 1986 as part of a failed takeover of MGM/UA by Ted Turner
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