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Cast overview, first billed only:
Brad Cameron
Patricia Wright ...
Marjorie Cameron - Brad's Wife
Martin Ellis - Lawyer
Robert Knapp ...
Jess Blanchard - Tabloid Reporter
Havis Davenport ...
Billie Wayne - Singer
Reid Hammond ...
Jerry 'Dexy' Dexter - Brad's Agent
June Trapping - Actress
Leland Miller - Tabloid Publicist
Gordon Wynn ...
Herman Todd - June's Agent
Sidney M. Woods - Producer
Alice Yoland - Fallen Star
Guy Prescott ...
District Attorney James
Joseph Breen ...
Champ Winter
Enid Baine ...
Martha - Columnist
Willie Anderson


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Crime | Drama





Release Date:

12 October 1956 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Scandal, Inc.  »

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1.37 : 1
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From the Director of Hot Pants Holiday comes one of the most useless and boring movies in film history.

It has something to do with tabloid journalism hence the title which is the name of the publication in question. It has something to do with back biting and media corruption 50's style ala Sweet Smell of Success ect. It's all laid out in one of the most boring pieces of trash thats ever been produced. It's stars Robert Hutton who viewers might remember as Conchi from Sam Fuller's Steel Helmet. If I'm not mistaken he plays a suave sophisticated type, the owner of Scandal Incorporated and eventually winds up on trial for some kind of crap. Film has a glorious Kefaufer/Hoover prevailing over the commie type crap ending. Looks like everyone involved in production were sloshed all the way through. Cheepo production with a good first minute and a half featuring stock footage of vegas nightlife and neon circe '56. Stereotypical action Jazz scoring of break in at offices of Scandal Incorporated caught my attention for maybe forty five seconds.

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