Midnight Phantom

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Midnight Phantom
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Directed by Bernard B. Ray
Written by John T. Neville (story and screenplay)
Produced by Harry S. Webb (associate producer)
Bernard B. Ray (producer)
StarringSee below
Cinematography Pliny Goodfriend
Edited by Arthur Hilton
Production
company
Distributed byReliable Pictures
Release date
  • November 27, 1935 (1935-11-27)
Running time
63 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Midnight Phantom is a 1935 American film directed by Bernard B. Ray. [1]

Contents

Plot summary

Cast

Soundtrack

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References

  1. Gale, Thomson (2007). Video Source Book (39 ed.). Cengage Learning. p. 1907. ISBN   9781414400990.