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'''''Half Angel''''' is a 1936 American comedy film directed by Sidney Lanfield and written by Gene Fowler, Bess Meredyth and Allen Rivkin. The film stars Frances Dee, Brian Donlevy, Charles Butterworth, Helen Westley, Henry Stephenson and Sara Haden. The film was released on May 22, 1936, by 20th Century Fox
 
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'''''Half Angel''''' is a 1951 Technicolor comedy directed by Richard Sale, starring Loretta Young, Joseph Cotten, and Cecil Kellaway. Nora Gilpin (Young), a prim and proper nurse, is engaged to the stuffy Tim (John Ridgely). Unknown to both, Nora is a sleepwalker; during her nocturnal forays, the less-inhibited side of her personality takes over.
 
== Plot: ==
 
Allison Long is acquitted on charges of poisoning her father but then her benefactor is poisoned. Reporter Duffy Giles has faith in her innocence.
 
 
== Cast: ==
 
* Frances Dee as Allison Lang
 
* Brian Donlevy as Duffy Giles
 
* Charles Butterworth as Doc Felix
 
* Helen Westley as Martha Hargraves
 
* Henry Stephenson as Prof. Jerome Hargraves
 
* Sara Haden as Henrietta Hargraves
 
* Etienne Girardot as Dr. Alexander Cotton
 
* Paul Stanton as District Attorney
 
* Gavin Muir as Dr. William Barth
 
* Julius Tannen as City Editor
 
* Nigel De Brulier as Dr. Hall
 
* Hilda Vaughn as Bertha
 
* Philip Sleeman as Carl
 
* William Ingersoll as Judge
 
* Paul McVey as Coroner
 
* Bruce Mitchell as Police Sergeant
 

Revision as of 14:19, 21 November 2017

Half Angel is a 1951 Technicolor comedy directed by Richard Sale, starring Loretta Young, Joseph Cotten, and Cecil Kellaway. Nora Gilpin (Young), a prim and proper nurse, is engaged to the stuffy Tim (John Ridgely). Unknown to both, Nora is a sleepwalker; during her nocturnal forays, the less-inhibited side of her personality takes over.