Lady for a Night
1942 film / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Lady for a Night is a 1942 American drama film starring Joan Blondell and John Wayne. The World War II B-17 bomber the Memphis Belle is named after a steamboat in this film. It is also known as The Lady from New Orleans, Memphis Belle and Lady of New Orleans.
|Lady for a Night|
|Directed by||Leigh Jason|
|Written by||Garrett Fort|
|Produced by||Albert J. Cohen|
|Edited by||Ernest J. Nims|
|Music by||David Buttolph|
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures|
The social climber female owner of a casino steamboat gains the ownership of plantation, and negotiates her marriage to the previous owner in order to gain entry in the upper class. Her new in-laws resent her, and she survives a poisoning attempt. When her husband is murdered instead, the widow is framed for his murder.