Five office friends meet up for a night on the town to celebrate the forthcoming marriage of one of them. As the night wears on and the drink starts to tell, they become more confidential ... See full summary »
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The original Broadway production of "Middle of the Night" opened at the ANTA Playhouse in New York on February 8, 1956, ran for 477 performances and received two Tony Award acting nominations. Paddy Chayefsky wrote the stage play and adapted his work for the movie version. Effie Afton, Martin Balsam, Lee Philips and 'Betty Walker' recreated their stage roles for the movie version. See more »
And when they bury me, they can put on the gravestone, 'This was a big waste of time.'
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This film was such a pleasure to watch. The New York locations used gave the film a very "true to life" aspect. Novak's and March's acting was excellent. They both did an excellent job respectively portraying a girl whose really looking for a father and a man who understands that but yet feels that she is capable of more. The ending is very satisfying because you're glad they've overcome the objections, but you realize that their problems are hardly over.
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