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|The Midnight Patrol|
|Directed by||Christy Cabanne|
|Produced by||C. C. Burr|
|Screenplay by||George Jeske |
|Story by||Arthur Hoerl|
|Edited by||Thomas Persons|
C.C. Burr Productions
|Distributed by||Monogram Pictures|
The Midnight Patrol is a 1932 American drama film, directed by Christy Cabanne. It stars Regis Toomey, Betty Bronson, and Edwina Booth, and was released on April 10, 1932. The Midnight patrol was written by George Jeske (screenplay) and Arthur Hoeri (story). IMDb rates this movie as 6.9/10 stars. The Midnight Patrol is a black and white silent film has a run time of 1 hour and 7 minutes and is categorized as a comedy, crime, and drama genre.
The movie begins with a rookie officer boasting his ability to solve a crime within 24 hours. Novice policemen Stanley and Oliver are found eating lunch in their patrol car, and run into two thieves attempting to steal their spare tire. Amidst the commotion, the two officers miss the broadcast address of a jewelry store burglary in progress. Officer Stanley asks whom he assumes to be the jewelry store owner for his phone to call the station, but the supposed owner turns out to be the very safecracker they were intending to bring in to custody. Eventually Officers Stanley and Oliver catch the apparent burglar and bring him back to the station, only to find it's really the police chief.
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