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The Midnight Lady (1932)

Passed | | Crime, Drama, Mystery | 15 May 1932 (USA)
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Sarah Padden ...
Nita St. George
John Darrow ...
Bert
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Jean Austin
Theodore von Eltz ...
Byron Crosby (as Theodor von Eltz)
Montagu Love ...
Harvey Austin
Lucy Beaumont ...
Grandma Austin
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Mona Sebastian
Donald Keith ...
Don Austin
Brandon Hurst ...
District Attorney
Wayne Lamont ...
Tony (as B. Wayne Lamont)
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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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15 May 1932 (USA)  »

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That Notorious Woman  »

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(RCA Photophone)

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One nitrate reel of this film (reel 4) survives in the UCLA Film and television archives and it is not listed for preservation. See more »

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Good little melodrama
22 December 2009 | by (Glen Cove, New York) – See all my reviews

This is a complicated soap opera about a girl from a rich family who is running with an artist, the young man (not the artist) who loves her and the older woman in the night club that befriends them. When a murder occurs and it looks like the young girl might have done it the older woman covers up for her for reasons that the girl never suspects.

Good melodrama that is similar to several other films but which manages to carve its own path thanks to the films structure which puts characters over plot and made me completely forget that a murder occurs in the second half.

Definitely worth a look.


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