Reza Said’s review published on Letterboxd:
No Questions Asked (Harold F. Kress, 1951) 7/10
Solid hard hitting B-noir with an excellent performance by Barry Sullivan - an insurance lawyer is jilted by his girl friend (Arlene Dahl) and he gets in over his head trying to get rich by making a deal with mobsters over stolen goods. A cop (George Murphy) suspects him while he has on his side a lovelorn girl (Jean Hagen) from his office. The twisting plot full of surprises is courtesy of Sidney Sheldon. Dahl makes an alluringly cold blooded femme fatale. One of many noir gems that are ripe for discovery.