“Here’s Flash Casey” is a 1938 crime drama directed by Lynn Shores and starring Eric Linden, Boots Mallory, and C. Aubrey Smith. The film follows the story of a newspaper photographer who becomes embroiled in a dangerous criminal plot.
The film centers around Flash Casey (Eric Linden), a young and ambitious newspaper photographer who is always looking for the next big scoop. When a notorious gangster is murdered, Flash sees it as a chance to make a name for himself and sets out to investigate the case. Along the way, he meets a beautiful woman named Miss Foster (Boots Mallory), who may have information about the killer.
As Flash delves deeper into the case, he becomes the target of the gangster’s henchmen, who will stop at nothing to protect their boss’s interests. Flash must use all of his wits and cunning to stay one step ahead of the criminals and uncover the truth behind the murder.
Flash is aided in his investigation by his editor, Pappy (C. Aubrey Smith), who provides him with valuable information and guidance. Together, they work to expose the criminal plot and bring the murderers to justice.
“Here’s Flash Casey” is a thrilling crime drama with a fast-paced plot and a strong cast. It explores themes of corruption, power, and the power of the press. The film remains a classic example of the crime film genre of the 1930s and is a must-see for fans of the genre.
John W. Krafft, George Harmon Coxe
Eric Linden, Boots Mallory, Cully Richards