After Midnight with Boston Blackie (1943)

After Midnight with Boston Blackie (1943)





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Reformed criminal Boston Blackie (Chester Morris) meets his former lover Betty Barnaby (Ann Savage), who wants his help for her father, Diamond Ed Barnaby (Walter S. Baldwin). Now an ex-con and trying to reform, he wants to return some stolen diamonds to their rightful owner and make amends. But before Blackie can retrieve the jewels, Barnaby is murdered, and Blackie is considered the prime suspect by the police and the mob, all of whom are sure that he has the jewels. Blackie must elude both the police and a pair of strongarm men who would just as soon kill him as look at him, and Joe Herschel (Cy Kendal), the mastermind behind the original robbery -- and also help his sidekick The Runt (George E. Stone) get his wedding, interrupted by Blackie's arrest, back on track.
Classics , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Columbia Pictures


Chester Morris
as Boston Blackie
Ann Savage
as Betty Barnaby
George E. Stone
as The Runt
Richard Lane
as Inspector Farraday
Cy Kendall
as Joe Herschel
George McKay
as Marty Beck
Al Hill
as Sammy Walsh
Walter Sande
as Sgt. Matthews
Jan Buckingham
as Dixie Rose Blossom
Lloyd Corrigan
as Arthur Manleder
Dick Elliott
as Justice Potts
Don Barclay
as Cigar clerk
Walter S. Baldwin
as Diamond Ed Barnaby
John Harmon
as The Fence
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One of the better in the Boston Blackie series of minor comical crime dramas.

Full Review… | April 22, 2012
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