The Midnight Watch (1927)

Drama | February 1927

Director:

Charles Hunt

Writer:

Trem Carr

Cinematographer:

Harold Wenstrom

Production Company:

Trem Carr Productions
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Film Daily
13 Mar 1927.
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Variety
9 Mar 1927
p. 17.
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DETAILS
Release Date:
February 1927
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,780
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

College boy-detective Bob Breemer takes on the job of clearing his sweetheart, social secretary Rose Denton, of charges of stealing a pearl necklace from her wealthy employers. Displeased with Bob's self-assurance, Chief Callahan punishes him with the midnight watch, but Bob uncovers the thief--an underworld leader, friend of Callahan, and member of the necklace owner's social ... +


College boy-detective Bob Breemer takes on the job of clearing his sweetheart, social secretary Rose Denton, of charges of stealing a pearl necklace from her wealthy employers. Displeased with Bob's self-assurance, Chief Callahan punishes him with the midnight watch, but Bob uncovers the thief--an underworld leader, friend of Callahan, and member of the necklace owner's social set. +

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Detective, Society


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