Determined to scoop the other newspapers, reporter Torchy Blane convinces her boyfriend, police lieutenant Steve McBride, that the only way the perpetrator of a recent bank robbery could fence the stolen money is to exchange it in Panama. Torchy, accompanied by McBride, blundering police sergeant Gahagan and smarmy rival reporter Bill Canby are off on a luxury liner to Panama carrying a boat load of Los Angeles Leopard lodge members, one of whom figures to be the robbery suspect.
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Did You Know?
The fifth of nine "Torchy Blane" films released by Warner Brothers from 1937 to 1939, and one of two where Torchy was not played by Glenda Farrell
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When Torchy Blaine temporarily gives Crafton the stuffed leopard mascot, he takes it to his room and stuffs the stolen bank money inside the leopard which would have made the mascot a lot heavier. But when Carlton returns the mascot to her; the considerable added weight goes unnoticed. See more
Gahagan, lead me to Steve.
Oh, Torchy, this is moider!
No, just a little quiet mayhem.
Followed by Torchy Gets Her Man
California, Here I Come
Music by Joseph Meyer
Lyrics by Al Jolson
and Buddy G. DeSylva
Sung by members of the Loyal Order of Leopards aboard ship See more