The movie opens in 1944 during WW2 and an American named Larry Brennan (Eddie Constantine) takes some jewelry stolen from the Nazi's and hides it in a convent in Czechoslovakia. With this task completed he tells a young woman that he will return for her soon.
Fifteen years pass and it's now 1959 and Larry is back in Germany. He goes to a high class nightclub that turns out to be a brothel and he finds that the young woman he once knew, Hedi von Hartmann (Dawn Addams) is working there.
Larry is hired to get the jewels back and since they belong to Hedi he vows to get them and return them to her. Larry, Hedi and the man in charge, Rudi Siebert (Marius Goring) make plans to enter Czechoslovakia and smuggle the jewels back into Germany and they soon learn that many others are after them as well.
One man in particular, Jaeger (Christopher Lee) will stop at nothing to get the stash. This is a well made crime drama with Constantine doing his usual good job and the production values are top notch. It took 3 years to make it to the states.
It's a widescreen presentation from Sinister Cinema and one that will hold your attention for 79 minutes.