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No Hands on the Clock, a comedy mystery filmed in 1941, is the first of three Pine-Tomas productions in which Chester Morris plays the role of Detective Humphrey Campbell, a brash, wise-cracking private detective. Campbell (Chester Morris) impresses his boss, Oscar Flack (George Watts), by not only locating the missing girl, Louise (Jean Parker), but managing to marry her. Before the newlyweds have a chance to even begin the honeymoon, however, Flack sends Campbell to Reno, Nevada, on another missing persons case. Detective Campbell meets a large number of suspicious characters as the case develops into a series of bank robberies, a kidnapping, and multiple murder. Campbell must investigate a bevy of beautiful blondes, redheads, and brunettes, invoking not only the suspicion of the Feds, but his new bride's jealousy. No Hands on the Clock also features Dick Purcell and Rose Hobart, and is based on the novel by Daniel Mainwaring.