Middle of the Night (1959) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Delbert Mann and produced by George Justin.
Middle of the Night (1959, Delbert Mann)By Andrew Wickliffe on Aug 20, 2018 From The Stop Button
Paddy Chayefsky adapted his own play for Middle of the Night and there are some clear alterations with original intent. Fifty-six year-old widower Fredric March is in garment manufacturing. His first scene has him hanging out with the other old guys in the factory, kvetching about how there?s nothin... Read full article
Middle of the Night (1959)By Angela on Mar 25, 2012 From Hollywood Revue
A few years after the death of his wife, Jerry Kingsley (Fredric March) has resigned himself to a life of loneliness.? He’s 56 years old, his children are grown, he lives with his sister, and he works too hard at the clothing company he owns.? But Jerry finds some brightness in his life one af... Read full article
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Jerry Kingsley: Listen, sonny boy. Love, no matter how shabby it may seem, is still a beautiful thing. Everything else is nothing.
Walter Lockman: I haven't had ten cent's worth of life! Not a dime! Believe me!
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David Ford's feature film debut.
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