With Ron Randell, June Vincent, Alan Mowbray, William Frawley, Collette Lyons, Douglass Dumbrille, James Todd, Steven Geray, Robert Barrat, George M. Carleton, David Fresco, Harry Hayden, William Newell, Jack Overman, Fred F. Sears
The Lone Wolf and His Lady is the fourteenth and final Lone Wolf film produced by Columbia Pictures. The picture features Ron Randell in his first and only performance as the protagonist detective Lone Wolf. The film was directed by John Hoffman and written by Edward Dein and Michael Stuart Boylan.
The film centres on the robbery of a prized diamond. Former jewel looter Michael Lanyard, also known by the alias "Lone Wolf", is accused as the perpetrator. Aiming to clear his name, he tracks down the actual masterminds. Filming took place in August 1948. The Lone Wolf and His Lady was theatrically released in the United States in August 1949.