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Lady at Midnight (1948)

 -  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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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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Awfully far-fetched but enjoyable.
14 February 2012 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Richard Denning is an actor pretty much forgotten today. However, back in the 40s and 50s, he played rugged leading men in B-movies--as well as the Governor throughout the old "Hawaii Five-O" series. Here he plays a rather different role--an angry parent trying to hold on to his adopted daughter. It seems that a recent murder is somehow connected with a bizarre plot to try to overturn the adoption--even though it occurred seven years earlier. Why--and who is behind all this? Denning is ticked and determined to find out--even if it kills him.

This is a very low budget film. It's pretty obvious--especially since you'll see Sid Melton in a small part--and his appearances are ALWAYS in cheapo productions! However, for a lower budgeted film, it actually is pretty interesting and worth seeing--even if the plot is awfully far-fetched. And Denning does a fine job--as does the child actress. My only gripe is the creepy plot device where the kid keeps talking about one day marrying Al--a 50 year-old guy! And, he talks about it too! Yikes!!


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