Cinema: The New Pictures: Jul. 10, 1933

Midnight Mary (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) is another sample of Hollywood's current investigation of the beneficent effect of penal institutions on their adolescent inmates. Mary (Loretta Young), like Constance Bennett in Bed of Roses and Jean Harlow in Hold Your Man, is an alumna of the reformatory but she has a law-abiding nature. When aiding her accomplice Leo (Ricardo Cortez) to rob a cabaret, she saved a handsome young patrician named Tom Mannering Jr. (Franchot Tone) from being murdered. He rewards her with a job in his law office. She is already affianced to her employer...

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