A get-rich-quick scheme leads to a killing in this hard-hitting noir starring Barry Sullivan, Arlene Dahl, George Murphy and Jean Hagen. When Ellen Sayburn (Dahl) trades him in for a husband who can keep her in mink, embittered insurance company attorney Steve Keiver (Sullivan) cooks up a racket that soon has him rolling in dough. Offering criminals a payoff in return for stolen goods, Keiver's deal saves on claims and earns him large commissions. Things go awry, however, when Ellen's decision to cut herself in ends in a double-cross, and Keiver finds himself a wanted man on the run for murder. A prime example of M-G-M's tough post-war fare of the late '40s and early '50s, No Questions Asked was written by Sidney Sheldon, an Oscar®-winning* screenwriter who would later create TV's I Dream of Jeannie and pen a series of blockbuster novels including "The Other Side of Midnight" and "Bloodline."