About the film
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Between Midnight and Dawn
Release Date: October 01, 1950
|Slogan||:||«THE STORY OF PROWL CAR 13...BASED ON THE POLICE FILES OF A GREAT CITY!»|
|Production Companies||:||Columbia Pictures|
|Writers||:||Gerald Drayson Adams, Eugene Ling, Leo Katcher|
Rocky and Dan, war buddies, are prowl car cops on night duty. Dan is a cynic who views all lawbreakers as scum; Rocky feels more lenient. Both are attracted to the radio voice of communicator Kate Mallory; but in person, Kate proves reluctant to get involved with men who just might stop a bullet. By lucky chance, Rocky and Dan cause big trouble for murderous racketeer Ritchie Garris; but when he swears vengeance, Kate's fears may prove justified.