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|Directed by||William A. Wellman|
|Produced by||Lucien Hubbard (assoc. producer)|
|Written by||Anita Loos (story)
|Release dates||June 30, 1933|
|Running time||74 minutes|
- Loretta Young as Mary Martin AKA "Midnight Mary"
- Ricardo Cortez as Leo Darcy
- Franchot Tone as Tom Mannering Jr.
- Andy Devine as Sam Travers
- Una Merkel as Bunny
- Frank Conroy as the District Attorney
- Warren Hymer as Angelo Ricci
- Ivan F. Simpson as Mr. Tindle
- Harold Huber as 'Puggy' Nestle
- Sandy Roth as Blimp
- Martha Sleeper as Barbara Loring Mannering
- Midnight Mary at the TCM Movie Database
- Midnight Mary at the Internet Movie Database
- Midnight Mary at allmovie
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