The Subsequent Overlaid Credits Company presents:


Stagey, slow, dull early talky. Meet the dashing thieves:


That's Hugh Trevor on the left, as "Rocky," a name given to 47% of all crooks in 30s movies. He left movies to be an insurance salesman a few years after this 1930 flick, only to die from an operation on his appendix. On the right, Lowell Sherman as Gene, who's the good crook. Rocky was a NUTCASE! He used GUNS! Gene used brains. It's a stage play, has a nightclub sequence, no soundtrack, no possible reason to engage modern audiences - except for Lowell, who strolls through the picture with weary amusement.

No possible Trek connection. They were all dead.