It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog
|It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog|
|Directed by||Herbert I. Leeds|
|Produced by||William Girard|
|Written by||Edwin Lanham |
|Starring||Carole Landis |
|Music by||David Buttolph|
|Edited by||Robert Fritch|
|Distributed by||20th Century Fox|
|August 26, 1946|
After returning from World War II, a journalist is assigned by his newspaper to be science editor when he wishes to be restored to his old job as a crime reporter. While drowning his sorrows in a bar, he sees what he believes to be a hold-up involving a beautiful young woman and her dog. He triggers a major manhunt after calling in the story to his newsdesk, before realizing that the woman is both innocent and a serving member of the police. Together with her - who is assigned to the same case he is working on - they are able to bring the Valentine gang of criminals to justice.
- Fleming, E.J. Carole Landis: A Tragic Life in Hollywood. McFarland, 2005.
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