Young cracksman Keefe Brand (Peter Reynolds) rifles a London jeweller’s safe and, attempting a getaway, is offered a lift by an attractive girl called Carol (Pat Clavin).
She takes him to a lush apartment over a Soho coffee bar where he meets the Boss (Eric Pohlmann), Carol’s chair-ridden gangster stepfather. He forces Keefe to join his outfit and plans are laid for wholesale jewel store robberies.
There is a slip up during the raids and Keefe and Carol are captured by Luigi (Reed De Rouen), a rival mobster. He reveals that the Boss had shot Keefe’s father, a New York racketeer, years before and Keefe wants revenge, but Carol restrains him.
Finally, the thugs get their deserts, and Keefe hands Carol his safe deposit key so that she can wait for him in comfort while he serves his time.
The picture doesn’t leave much to the imagination and eschews morality, but has plenty of hectic fights and gun battles.
Reed De Rouen
Margot Van der Burgh