Description:00 52 27 00 In changing room of theater, music hall. A lieutenant Charles Dingle leads an inquiry, he interrogates several comedians and dancers about murder of a comedienne. He suspects a dancer, Barbara Stanwyck who defends himself, alibis. The inspector insists, Stanwyck refutes again. Dingle accuse it because she had some wax on fingers, imprints. The director, J. Edward Bromberg intervenes and takes the defence of Stanwyck. Micha_l O' Shea speaks to defend her in his turn. But Frank Moran intervenes.