|Directed by||George Randol|
|Produced by||George Randol|
Alfred N. Sack
|Screenplay by||Arthur Reed|
Ollie Ann Robinson
|Music by||Johnny Lange|
|Edited by||Robert Jahns|
George Randol Productions
|Distributed by||Sack Amusement Enterprises|
Midnight Shadow is a 1939 film with an all African-American cast. It was directed and produced by George Randol, who was also African American.
The mind-reading Prince Alihabad courts a girl from Oklahomam played by Frances E. Redd. Her parents want to make her happy, but they do not like that Alihabad worships Allah. A killer is on the loose and locals fear that it might be Alihabad.
The film was briefly discussed in terms of plot and as an African-American production in the books Hollywood Be Thy Name: African American Religion in American Film, 1929-1949 and Whispered Consolations: Law and Narrative in African American Life.
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