Midnight Movie Review 1934

Information and Film Reviews for Midnight the Movie

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A jury foreman's daughter is romantically involved with a gangster who is interested in a particular case before it appears in court. The foreman, who sentenced a girl to death, faces a dilemma when his own daughter is arrested for the same crime. An early Bogart appearance in a supporting role led to a re-release of the film as "Call it Murder" after Bogart made it big. Weak melodrama.

Distribution

Discount Video Tapes, Inc./Hollywood's Attic, PO Box 7122, Burbank, CA 91510, Phone: (818)843-3366, Toll-free: 800-253-9612, Fax: (818)843-3821, Email: wwwjr@hollywoodsattic.com, URL: http://www.hollywoodsattic.com/blackart.htm

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 74 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Mystery & Suspense, Order in the Court, Gangs, Ethics & Morals, Family Ties, Women in Prison
Screenplay
Chester Erskine
Cast
Humphrey Bogart, Sidney (Sydney) Fox, O.P. Heggie, Henry Hull, Richard Whorf, Margaret Wycherly, Lynne Overman
Director
Chester Erskine
Producer
United International

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