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The Speed Reporter (1936)

 -  Action | Crime | Drama  -  14 May 1936 (USA)
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Richard Talmadge ...
Dick Lawrence
Luana Walters ...
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Richard Cramer ...
Chuck Ballard, alias Brad Franklin
Frank Hall Crane ...
Roger Renfrew
Robert Walker ...
Stanley - City Editor (as Bob Walker)
John Ince ...
Publisher Madison
Earl Dwire ...
Publisher John Parker
George Chesebro ...
Blackie Smith
Ed Cassidy ...
Edwards, a Henchman
James Sheridan ...
Henchman Gat (as Sherry Tansey)
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Crime B movie of minimal ambition.
2 January 2008 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Outside of now middle aged Talmadge's stunts, which include leaping a couple of storeys into a truck, this formula reporter cracks crime ring piece is the pits. Support cast, decors, filming and script are all lackluster. The use of vintage motor vehicles and shooting square on make the piece seem five years earlier than it is.

Things are not helped by the DVD transfer viewed which appeared to be heavily cropped round the edges - the changeover cues almost out of frame.

It's curious to see what Talmadge, Henry Hathaway's second unit man got up to but not encouraging.


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