Broadway After Midnight (1927)

Melodrama | 1927

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DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
13 Nov 1927.
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DETAILS
Release Date:
1927
Premiere Information:
release: October or 1 November 1927
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
6,199
Length(in reels):
7
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Forced into marrying gangster Quill Burke to protect her brother, nightclub entertainer Queenie Morgan is further pressured into impersonating Gloria Livingston, a society girl who has strayed into the underworld and shot her betrayer, Bodo Lambert. The unfortunate Gloria is killed after the gang attempts to obtain money from her parents, and the police trace both killings to Queenie. At her trial, the jury is about to deliver a verdict of guilty when Queenie's maid rushes in with the whole truth, which releases Queenie to the waiting arms of loyal Jimmy ... +


Forced into marrying gangster Quill Burke to protect her brother, nightclub entertainer Queenie Morgan is further pressured into impersonating Gloria Livingston, a society girl who has strayed into the underworld and shot her betrayer, Bodo Lambert. The unfortunate Gloria is killed after the gang attempts to obtain money from her parents, and the police trace both killings to Queenie. At her trial, the jury is about to deliver a verdict of guilty when Queenie's maid rushes in with the whole truth, which releases Queenie to the waiting arms of loyal Jimmy Crestmore. +

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