The Falcon's Adventure is the second Falcon film for 1946 and the last of the series with Tom Conway as the Falcon. It finds the Falcon about to go on a fishing trip with his pal Goldie Locke. Edward Brophy returns as Goldie. I like that actor quite a bit. Goldie tries to keep the Falcon on the strait and narrow, no dames, no murders, but his plans for an enjoyable vacation get snafued by a woman in a taxi cab yelling Help! That puts them into a mystery about a man with a synthetic diamond making formula. That was the major plot element in A Date With The Falcon. The Help! lady has a father who has a formula and some bad guys want to get it. The Falcon heads for Miami to deliver the formula.
The screenplay is by Aubrey Wisberg and Robert E Kent. It's directed by William Berke. Aubrey wrote about 45 movies, the last of which was Hercules In New York. He did write better films, Casanova's Big Night was one I saw recently when I was going through all the Bob Hope movies I could find. You might have seen The Neanderthal Man, The Man From Planet X, Return To Treasure Island or Son Of Sinbad.
I'm about done with the series for now and I'm really glad I invested in the DVDs, I imagine they will be spinning on my player again sometime in the future. I'll probably watch the first of the second series that revived the character, under the name Michael Waring, in 1948. RKO did three films but they weren't very successful and they stopped. Devil's Cargo and Appointment With Murder are available on DVD but the second is rather more pricey than I like. You can see Devil's Cargo on the Internet Archive. Search For Danger doesn't seem to be available. There was a Falcon radio show and a 39 episode syndicated TV series in 1954 with Charles McGraw as the Falcon.