The Horn Blows at Midnight1945
The Horn Blows at Midnight (1945)
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as Miss Rodholder
as Lady Stover
as Radio announcer
as Humphrey Rafferty
as Cliffside Park Policeman
as The Chef
as Orchestra Leader
as Mrs. Smith
as Sherman Starr
as Heavenly photographer
as Heavenly personnel manager
Critic Reviews for The Horn Blows at Midnight
The same brazen, idiosyncratic qualities that made Midnight a bomb at the time of its release also make it a quirky, unconventional, audacious winner in history's more forgiving, indulgent eyes.
the situation is so silly the film remains compellingly charming
Not as bad as Jack Benny used to joke about. It ain't great, but it does have some clever moments.
Audience Reviews for The Horn Blows at Midnight
No classic but hardly the total dog Jack Benny made it out to be for years. Alexis Smith is amazingly beautiful almost matched by Dolores Moran.
Even the lovable, iconic Mr. Jack Benny himself couldn't prevent this poorly written cheese-puff from flopping at the box office. A classic example of a stupendously wonderful comedian in a stupendously awful film.
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