After Midnight (1933) - Rotten Tomatoes

After Midnight (1933)





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I Have Lived takes place in a New York penthouse, a Broadway theater, and a seedy speakeasy, though not necessarily in that order. Alan Dinehart essays one of his rare leading roles as Thomas Langley, a brilliant playwright whose career has taken off like a skyrocket. Experiencing an attack of hubris, Langley decides to cast an unknown in his next play. His selection is the gorgeous Jean St. Clair (Anita Page), a woman with a tawdry past. Wanna bet that the opening-night audience will give the young actress a standing ovation despite her checkered history?


Anita Page
as Jean St. Clair
Alan Dinehart
as Thomas Langley
Allen Vincent
as Warren White
Gertrude Astor
as Harriet Naisson
Matthew Betz
as Blackie
Eddie Boland
as Sidney Cook
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