Honor of the Press (1932)

Stars: Edward J. Nugent, Rita La Roy, Dorothy Gulliver, Wheeler Oakman, Russell Simpson
Director: B. Reeves Eason
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Language: English
Color:  Black & White
Format:  DVD-R
Rating: NR
Included Short Subject: Two Lame Ducks
Price: $9.95


Directed by B. Reeves Eason

Edward J. Nugent ... Daniel E. Greely, Cub Reporter
Rita La Roy ... Daisy Tellem, Gossip Columnist
Dorothy Gulliver ... June Bonner, the Girlfriend
Wheeler Oakman ... Roger Bradley, Newspaper Owner
Russell Simpson ... City Editor Dan Perkins
John Ince ... Police Commissioner Drake
Charles K. French ... Dodson, Editorial Writer
Reginald Simpson ... Larry Grayson, Reporter
Franklin Parker ... Sorrell 'Sorry' Simpson, Photographer
Vivian Fields ... Blond Coat-check Girl
Franklyn Farnum ... Mr. Sampson, publisher of 'The Herald'

Cub reporter Daniel Greely gets a job on a big city newspaper. A string of robberies occur and the paper blames the police for not rounding up the crooks quickly. Soon Daniel discovers that coded messages in the paper may be tipping the crooks about each robbery. 60 minutes

An interesting note: This film uses scenes from "The Power of the Press" (1928) which also stars Wheeler Oakman

Included short

Two Lame Ducks (1932)

with Vince Barnett & Billy Gilbert - 17 minutes.