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Lady at Midnight (1948)

Passed  -  Mystery  -  15 August 1948 (USA)
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A young couple struggles to raise their adopted daughter, but a mysterious murder reveals the child's unknown fortune and a greedy lawyer who is out to steal it.

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(as Sherman Scott)

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(original story and screenplay)
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Complete credited cast:
Richard Denning ...
Peter Wiggins
Frances Rafferty ...
Ellen McPhail Wiggins
Lora Lee Michel ...
Tina Wiggins
Ralph Dunn ...
Al Garrity
Nana Bryant ...
Lydia Forsythe
Jackie Searl ...
Freddy Forsythe (as Jack Searle)
Harlan Warde ...
Ross Atherton
Claudia Drake ...
Carolyn 'Sugar' Gold
Ben Welden ...
Willie Gold
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A young couple struggles to raise their adopted daughter, but a mysterious murder reveals the child's unknown fortune and a greedy lawyer who is out to steal it.

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Vintage Charmer
4 July 2011 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

Any movie that shows a child using a gas stove unattended and playing with a detective's gun can NOT be all that bad! Hey, this movie is straight forward, honest '48 entertainment. The cast, replete with an obnoxiously sweet little girl, is excellent and a lot of them are recognizable character actors of the time. The movie is a gem as a study of mid-40 home decorating, clothes, manners and attitudes. But there's a bonus, it's entertaining. Footsteps are heard at midnight by an alert mother. The parents go their child across the hall. The tyke swears that a pretty lady sat on her bed and told her she was adopted. Naturally, they don't take her seriously until things develop to where they find out someone might be trying to take their adopted daughter away and the father feels he must hire a private eye. There are enough false leads to keep you guessing until the end. I'm glad I watch this movie.


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