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The Midnight Girl (1925)

 -  Drama  -  15 February 1925 (USA)
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A corrupt art patron finds himself in love with the same girl as his stepson.

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Cast overview:
Lila Lee ...
Anna
Gareth Hughes ...
Don Harmon
Dolores Cassinelli ...
Nina
Charlotte Walker ...
Mrs. Schuyler
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Nicholas Harmon
Ruby Blaine ...
Natalie Schuyler
John D. Walsh ...
Victor
William Harvey ...
Nifty Louis
Sidney Paxton ...
Joe
Signor N. Salerno ...
Manager
Flora Finch ...
Landlady
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A corrupt art patron finds himself in love with the same girl as his stepson.

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Decent Lugosi
29 February 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Midnight Girl, The (1925)

** (out of 4)

A rich, opera lover (Bela Lugosi) is looking for his next star but his son is looking for freedom. The son leaves home, as well as leaves his father's money, in order to make it on his own. The son eventually returns with a beautiful woman but his father wants her for his own. This is certainly one of Lugosi's best roles and he does a lot of good in it. That same stiffness from the previous film is also here but it works to his advantage here. He does a wonderful job here and his "look" in the film is wonderfully wicked. The rest of the film is pretty much a bore as the two other leads are quite tiresome and the story really takes too long to tell even at 84-minutes.


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