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Miss Good Night (1960)

  • GenreDrama, Thriller
  • LanguageHindi
  • Run Time131 mins
  • Length3599.99 meters
  • Number of Reels13
  • Gauge35 mm
  • Censor Certificate NumberU-30066-MUM
  • Certificate Date20/06/1960
  • Shooting LocationPrakash Studio, Mohan Studio

Zoro was a murderer and a smuggler of jewels and the Police of Silver Town had even announced a reward of Rs. 20,000/- for information leading to him. His activities struck great losses to the royal exchequer but a courageous officer Inspector George took the challenge to apprehend Zoro.


A few links like cigarette smoke coming out of one nostril of a girl lead George to learn that Zoro’s Headquaters were in the town of Fontamara and he set out with his faithful Doh Hero and Horse Goldie.


Miss Rosy was the dancer in the Hotel named Good Night. Her father, Marshal Breganza, owned the Hotel. Rosy found George wounded by a shot in the shoulder and brought him to her Hotel, to the irritation of Mr. Glad, the manager. Rosy and George, as their eyes met, lost each other’s heart. Marshal Breganza met Inspector George.


An attempt to destroy the Dog and Horse having found unsuccessful, the dog lead George to the man who wounded him. A terrific flight took place and George was arrested. Marshal Breganza was about to kill George when Hero dog saved his master.


Rosy was shocked to know that her father was Zoro. What happened next please see on the silver screen.


(From the official press booklet)