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Middle of the Night

Middle of the Night(1959)

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Brief Synopsis

A widowed businessman courts a younger woman who works for him.

Cast & Crew

Delbert Mann Director
Kim Novak Betty [Preisser]
Glenda Farrell Her mother [Mrs. Mueller]
Jan Norris Her sister [Alice Mueller]
Lee Grant Marilyn
Effie Afton The neighbor
Lee Philips George [Preisser]
Fredric March Jerry Kingsley
Edith Meiser Evelyn [Kingsley]
David Ford Paul [Kingsley]
Audrey Peters Elizabeth [Kingsley]
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York opening: 17 Jun 1959; Los Angeles opening: 24 Jun 1959
Release Date:  1959 Production Date:  EBX; Col-Recd UCLA has VHS P-VA1320M + 16mm (no individual viewing);
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  Columbia Pictures Corp.
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Sudan Co., Inc.
Duration(mins):  117-118 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Wonderful Movie

    Kay 2017-06-07

    I love this movie. Frederic March is so good it's unbelievable. He is just perfect in this role. You feel he is really living this , not acting! And I... MORE>

  • Five Stars !

    Don Riley 2017-06-02

    I grade films on how they effect me, personally. To me this is five stars. I thought it was brilliantly directed because of what it could have been at... MORE>

  • Dekker steals it

    dennis 2017-05-31

    Albert Dekker has the greatest scene in the picture when he delivers perhaps the finest capsule commentary on aging, unhappy marriage, and loneliness ever... MORE>