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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Gentlemen of the Press (1929) DVD-R

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Starring Walter Huston, Kay Francis, Charles Ruggles, Betty Lawford,

Norman Foster

Directed by Millard Webb



Print: black/white

Runtime: 80 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



In this dark drama, based on a play by Ward Morehouse, the life of a

tough newspaperman is chronicled. The man is a work-a-holic, and the

demands of his job cause him to miss all the pleasures of his life.

Because he is working on a story, he misses the birth of his daughter. He

is not there for her wedding, and when she dies in labor—he is not there.

Later the reporter begins reflecting upon all he missed out on. When he

is interviewed by a Yale graduate about his career, the newspaperman

strongly advises the young student to get out of it, because it is a

poisonous business.

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Starring Walter Huston, Kay Francis, Charles Ruggles, Betty Lawford,
Norman Foster
Directed by Millard Webb

Print: black/white
Runtime: 80 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

In this dark drama, based on a play by Ward Morehouse, the life of a
tough newspaperman is chronicled. The man is a work-a-holic, and the
demands of his job cause him to miss all the pleasures of his life.
Because he is working on a story, he misses the birth of his daughter. He
is not there for her wedding, and when she dies in labor—he is not there.
Later the reporter begins reflecting upon all he missed out on. When he
is interviewed by a Yale graduate about his career, the newspaperman
strongly advises the young student to get out of it, because it is a
poisonous business.

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