In New York's 1880's newspaper district a dedicated journalist manages to set up his own paper. It is an immediate success but attracts increasing opposition from one of the bigger papers and its newspaper heiress owner. Despite the fact he rather fancies the lady the newsman perseveres with the help of the first Linotype machine, invented on his premises, while also giving a hand with getting the Statue of Liberty erected. Written by
Jeremy Perkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
She had blood in her veins...he had ink and guts! (original poster)
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Star Gene Evans called "Park Row" the toughest picture he had ever worked on. He claimed he dropped from 220 to 175 pounds during the shoot. See more
The press is good or evil according to the character of those who direct it.
Instead of "The End", the picture ends with "Thirty"; newspaper jargon for "that's all. There ain't no more!" See more