Middle Of The Night (1959) - (Movie Clip) Really In Love
Widower Manhattan apparel executive Jerry (Fredric March) not chatting but negotiating with divorced employee Betty (Kim Novak) about their romantic prospects, exactly as you'd expect in a Paddy Chayefsky script from his own play, in Middle Of The Night, 1959, directed by Delbert Mann.
Middle Of The Night (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Kick Him In The Shins
Scene in which we finally meet the mother (Glenda Farrell) and young sister (Jan Norris), along with friend Marilyn (Lee Grant), of divorcee` Betty (Kim Novak), who's marrying her boss Jerry (Fredric March), in Middle Of The Night, 1959, written by Paddy Chayefsky.
Middle Of The Night (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Everybody Starts Dropping Dead
Credits having navigated in through Manhattan's garment district, meeting Kim Novak as receptionist "Betty," Fredric March as boss "Jerry," Ruby Bond, Lou Gilbert and Albert Dekker his crew, Delbert Mann directing from Paddy Chayefsky's screenplay, in Middle Of The Night, 1959.
Middle Of The Night (1959) -- (Movie Clip) One Of Our Little Talks
In the screenplay from his own play, Paddy Chayefsky here gives the leads a break as Lillian (Joan Copeland), daughter of widowed Jerry, seems not quite tuned in to the concerns of her own husband Jack (Martin Balsam), in Middle Of The Night, 1959, starring Fredric March and Kim Novak.
Middle Of The Night (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Like It Was A Gas Chamber
Widowed garment-firm boss Jerry (Fredric March) drops by the Upper East Side apartment where part-time receptionist and model Betty (Kim Novak) has just finished a typing job she brought home from work, in Middle Of The Night, 1959, from a Paddy Chayefsky screenplay.