Between Night and Day

Between Night and Day (Spanish: Entre noche y día) is a 1932 British mystery film directed by Albert de Courville and Fernando Gomis. It was made at Walton Studios as the Spanish-language version of the British mystery film 77 Park Lane, which was based on the 1928 play by Walter C. Hackett. A separate French-language film 77 Rue Chalgrin was also released. Such multiple-language versions were common during the early years of sound. The only actor appearing in the film with a career in the English=speaking world was Helena D'Algy.


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    director Albert de Courville
    genre mystery
    producer William Hutter