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|Directed by||William A. Wellman|
|Produced by||Lucien Hubbard (assoc. producer)|
|Written by||Anita Loos (story)
|Edited by||William S. Gray|
The story begins with an indifferent Mary Martin (Young) sitting in a courtroom, on trial for murder. As the jury leaves to deliberate her fate, the story flashbacks on Mary's hard life as a woman living in a large city of the 1930s, as well as on the two lusty men—a gangster, Leo Darcy (Cortez), and a lawyer, Tom Mannering, Jr. (Tone)—with whom she is involved.
- Loretta Young as Mary Martin ("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
- Harold Huber as 'Puggy' Nestle
- Martha Sleeper as Barbara Loring Mannering
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