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Five Star Final 1931

description written by member Ben:

Perhaps the darkest in the cycle of journalist-themed films produced in Hollywood during the early 1930s. The central character, a self-destructive tabloid newspaper editor named Randall (Edward G. Robinson), manufactures so much enthusiasm for an assignment to dredge up the Nancy Voorhees murder case for a sure-fire hit serial that he destroys her in the process.

Release Date:September 26th, 1931
Running Time:89 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsMervyn LeRoy
Written By:
No image existsRobert Lord
No image existsLouis Weitzenkorn
No image existsByron Morgan
No image existsEdward G. Robinson
No image existsMarian Marsh
No image existsH.B. Warner
No image existsAnthony Bushell
No image existsGeorge E. Stone
No image existsOna Munson
Boris KarloffBoris Karloff
No image existsAline MacMahon
No image existsOscar Apfel
No image existsPurnell Pratt
No image existsRobert Elliott
No image existsFrances Starr

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Five Star Final Movie Review by Movie Addict (2/6/2008)

There are some performance that do not get the recognition they deserve. Robinso gave a superb performance in this film that was more realistic than his previous efforts.

This Oscar-nominated film (Best Picture) shows the dark side of journalism as a paper delves into the past of a woman (Frances Starr) who was...

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