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Sensation (1936)

 -  Crime | Drama  -  18 December 1940 (USA)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
John Lodge ...
Pat Heston
Diana Churchill ...
Maisie Turnpit
Francis Lister ...
Richard Grainger
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Mrs. Grainger
Margaret Vyner ...
Claire Lindsay
Jerry Verno ...
Spikey
Richard Bird ...
Henry Beicher
Athene Seyler ...
Madame Henry
Dennis Wyndham ...
Spurge
Henry Oscar ...
Superintendant Stainer
Anthony Holles ...
Clake
Martin Walker ...
Dimmitt
Sybil Grove ...
Mrs. Spurge
Leslie Perrins ...
Strange
Felix Aylmer ...
Lord Bouverie
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La cuadrilla del crimen  »

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Second Rate Newspaper Story
19 January 2013 | by (london) – See all my reviews

John Lodge plays a reporter who is one of what is known as the Murder Gang.As soon as a murder occurs he and journalists from other papers descend on the town where the homicide occurred and prey like vultures on the surrounding populace in order to feed their editors the scraps of information.Lodge professes to dislike his occpation but nevertheless participates in it fully.He goes to the wife of one of the suspects and manages to extort love letters out of her in return for legal assistance.He witholds evidence from the police.In fact he does everything you would expect a journalist to do even today.So he comes over as a pretty unsympathetic character.In a Warners crime film he would be played by Pat O Brien,here he is played by the rather insipid John Lodge.Not surprising then that this has long been forgotten.


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