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Kathleen Turner received top first billing whilst Burt Reynolds received second billing for this picture. Christopher Reeve received third billing. Except for City Heat (1984), this was the first picture for Reynolds, who after being a number No. 1 box-office star during the 1970s and 1980s, didn't receive top first billing. See more »
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[after John tells her not to use profanity in the news broadcasts]
When have I EVER used foul language, you rotten son-of-a-BITCH?
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I thought the updating of the Front Page to the electronic era was surprisingly relevant and poignant. Henry Gibson is a standout in an excellent cast. The laughs and stories are updated for modern audiences and lose surprisingly little in the translation. The chemistry between Reynolds and Turner is pretty hot. All in all quite entertaining.
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