*** out of 5
"I'm not in the habit of having murder pinned on me."
For such a low budget film, this one is a lot more fun than it should be. Joyce MacKenzie as the daughter of a murdered man, doing the job she thinks the police aren't, tracking her father's killer by any means necessary, including feigning attraction to the gunman, and working as a cigarette girl for the nightclub owned by the men behind the job. Hurd Hatfield is the sly club-owner who Mackenzie. bu the big unique highlight though is Albert Dekker as the bizarre assassin who speaks of himself in third person, and must have Moonlight Sonata playing on a player piano while he does his killings. "Armitage wants to hear some music."