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Night World (1932) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Hobart Henley and produced by Carl Laemmle Jr. and E.M. Asher.

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Michael Rand: It seems to me that a mother has to earn her child's love and respect after their birth; not because of it.


Tim Washington, the Doorman: Most all them folks is starving for something, and it ain't food. They comes in here and eats and dances and hugs themselves up to a woman,and for a while they think they're happy. Then they comes out, and the world is just as cold and empty as it was before. That's real starvin', Mr. Ryan.
Officer Ryan: Why, Tim, you're a philospher.
Tim Washington, the Doorman: Am I? You don't say so. That ain't what my wife Mary says. She says I'm just a fool-talkin' old colored man.


Ed Powell: How are ya, Daisy?
Daisy: Oh, I can't complain.
Ed Powell: But I bet you do.


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The costumes of the chorus Girls in the second number (which ends act one) is reused from the "Happy Feet" number from King of Jazz
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Also directed by Hobart Henley




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Also produced by Carl Laemmle Jr.




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Also released in 1932




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