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The old "If it were your own daughter" plot device forms the basis of the independently-produced crime melodrama Midnight. O.P. Heggie plays jury foreman Edward Weldon, who has no qualms about sentencing a woman to death for a crime of passion. Read More
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Stella Weldon
Edward Weldon
Mrs. Weldon
Joe Biggers
Ada Biggers
Arthur Weldon
Henry McGrath
Elizabeth McGrath
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