Middle of the Night Poster

Release Date: 1959

Not Yet Rated|1 hr 58 min

Plot Summary
Jerry Kingsley (Fredric March) is a wealthy garment manufacturer left lonely in his 60s when his wife dies. Despite the difference in their ages, he strikes up a romance with divorced 24-year-old receptionist Betty (Kim Novak). The relationship is dismissed by his daughter, Lillian (Joan Copeland), discouraged by his sister, Evelyn (Edith Meiser), and denounced by Betty's mother (Glenda Farrell) -- but when Jerry begins to mention marriage, even Betty is forced to confront her ambivalence.

Cast: Kim Novak, Fredric March, Glenda Farrell, Albert Dekker, Martin Balsam, Lee Grant, Lee Philips, Edith Meiser

Director: Delbert Mann

Genres: Drama

Production Co: Sudan Productions

Keywords: Daughter, 1950s, Mother, Melodramatic, Office, Father, Car, Sister, Love


Nominated Best Performance By an Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama