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Lady for a Night

Year:
Duration:
87 min
Genres:
Drama | Romance
IMDB rate:
5.9
Director:
Leigh Jason
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 1942-01-05
Filming Locations: Republic Studios, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
Cast
Actor
Character
Joan Blondell
Jenny Blake
John Wayne
Jackson Morgan
Philip Merivale
Stephen Alderson
Blanche Yurka
Julia Anderson
Ray Middleton
Alan Alderson
Edith Barrett
Katherine Alderson
Leonid Kinskey
Boris
Hattie Noel
Chloe
Montagu Love
Judge
Carmel Myers
Mrs. Dickson
Dorothy Burgess
Flo
Guy Usher
Governor
Ivan Miller
Mayor Dickson
Patricia Knox
Mabel
Lew Payton
Napoleon
Marilyn Hare
Mary Lou
Hall Johnson Choir
Singers (as The Hall Johnson Choir)
Fred Aldrich
Member of Quartet (uncredited)
Maxine Ardell
Can-Can Dancer (uncredited)
Margaret Armstrong
Governor's Wife (uncredited)
Loretta Barnett
Can-Can Dancer (uncredited)
Brooks Benedict
King's Club Patron (uncredited)
Mildred Boyd
Black Woman Court Spectator (uncredited)
Bunny Bronson
Can-Can Dancer (uncredited)
Margaret Bryson
Can-Can Dancer (uncredited)
Hal Cooke
Civic Leader (uncredited)
Dudley Dickerson
Black Specialty Dancer (uncredited)
Helen Dickson
Dowager in Audience (uncredited)
Jeanette Dickson
Can-Can Dancer (uncredited)
Pearl Early
Woman (uncredited)
Neely Edwards
Announcer (uncredited)
Louise Franklin
Black Woman That Buys a Flower (uncredited)
Gladys Gale
Mother (uncredited)
Jack George
Orchestra Leader (uncredited)
Frances Gladwin
Can-Can Dancer (uncredited)
Janet Graves
Can-Can Dancer (uncredited)
Jesse Graves
Servant (uncredited)
Dolores Gray
Dolores, a Singer (uncredited)
Julia Griffith
Party Guest (uncredited)
Valerie Hall
Can-Can Dancer (uncredited)
Chuck Hamilton
Extra at Show (uncredited)
Sam Harris
Party Guest (uncredited)
Howard C. Hickman
Civil War General (uncredited)
Betty Hill
Governor's Daughter (uncredited)
Marion Huston
Can-Can Dancer (uncredited)
Jack Kenney
Drunken Man Smacked on Head (uncredited)
Jean Le Roy
Can-Can Dancer (uncredited)
Charles McAvoy
Policeman (uncredited)
Merrill McCormick
Card Player (uncredited)
Gaby McLaughlin
Dancer (uncredited)
Charles Miller
Father (uncredited)
Howard M. Mitchell
Civic Leader (uncredited)
Eula Morgan
Dowager (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer
Party Guest / Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Forbes Murray
Defense Attorney (uncredited)
Henry Norton
King's Club Patron (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien
King's Club Worker (uncredited)
Cyril Ring
King's Club Patron (uncredited)
Dewey Robinson
Horse Dealer (uncredited)
Dick Rush
Policeman (uncredited)
Nancy Savoy
Can-Can Dancer (uncredited)
Dorothy Schoemer
Can-Can Dancer (uncredited)
Kathryn Sheldon
Spinster in Audience (uncredited)
Mickey Simpson
Big Mike, the Floorman (uncredited)
Larry Steers
King's Club Patron (uncredited)
Henry 'Hot Shot' Thomas
Black Man (uncredited)
Martin Turner
Black Attendant (uncredited)
Minerva Urecal
Spinster in Audience (uncredited)
Corinne Valdez
Lead Can-Can Dancer (uncredited)
Tito Valdez
Dancer (uncredited)
Blue Washington
Man Sitting Next to Chloe (uncredited)
Pierre Watkin
District Attorney Logan (uncredited)
Leigh Whipper
Joe Cupid, the Charm Seller (uncredited)
Paul White
Black Specialty Dancer (uncredited)
Lloyd Whitlock
Civic Leader (uncredited)
Buck Woods
Lazy Man in Hammock (uncredited)
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Trivia
This film inspired the name of one of the most famous World War 2 bombers, the B-17 "Memphis Belle", one of the first to complete a full combat tour of 25 missions against targets in Nazi Germany in May 1943. The aircraft was the namesake of pilot Captain Robert K. Morgan's sweetheart, Margaret Polk, a resident of Memphis, Tennessee. Morgan originally intended to call the B-17, Little One, after his pet name for her, but after Morgan and his co-pilot, Jim Verinis, saw this movie 'Lady for a Night', in which the leading character owns a riverboat named the Memphis Belle, he proposed that name to his crew.After their combat service the "Belle" and her crew were sent home on highly successful war bond tour. The "Belle" and her crew were also featured in an award winning 1944 documentary by William Wyler.
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