Midnight Shadow
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Midnight Shadow
Midnight Shadow
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Directed byGeorge Randol
Produced byGeorge Randol
Alfred N. Sack
Screenplay byArthur Reed
StarringFrances Redd
Ollie Ann Robinson
Clinton Rosemond
Laurence Criner
Music byJohnny Lange
Lew Porter
CinematographyArthur Reed
Edited byRobert Jahns
Production
company
George Randol Productions
Distributed bySack Amusement Enterprises
Release date
1939
Running time
54 min
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

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.

Plot

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.

Cast

Book coverage

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[1] and Whispered Consolations: Law and Narrative in African American Life.[2]

References

  1. ^ Weisenfeld, Judith (January 8, 2007). Hollywood Be Thy Name: African American Religion in American Film, 1929-1949. University of California Press. Retrieved 2011.
  2. ^ Christian Suggs, Jon (February 15, 2000). Whispered Consolations: Law and Narrative in African American Life. University of Michigan Press. Retrieved 2011.

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