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Scandal Sheet(1952)

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  • Vintage Crawford

    • Buckmulligan
    • 11/1/13

    Vintage Crawford - no one plays the cornered rat trying to tough it out better than him. Film is taught and well paced, keeping it suspenseful to the final scene whether Chapman will be caught. Strong support from Reed, Derek, and O'Neill.

  • Crawford All the Way

    • Meredith
    • 11/1/13

    This is a really good film. I like Broderick Crawford and I think he did a wonderful job as Chapman. I can't help but always think of him as "Jug" from Larceny, Inc. So it's like "wow that Jug sure has come a long way!" I'm so glad he grew up and became a force to be reckoned with.

  • A Mesmerizing Little Noir Gem!

    • Sue McDonald
    • 9/25/09

    This good little film noir entry is made memorable by the great Broderick Crawford, who really nails the tough, ammoral, self-centered newspaper publisher. Even though we know from the start who the murderer is, the progression of the plot, and especially Crawford's gritty execution of the murderer role, keep us in suspense. The most unusual aspect of this film, I think, is that Crawford--the bad guy for who we have no sympathy--is the focus of the film. The reporters (Reed and Derek) are strictly secondary characters. Henry O'Neill (as Charlie Barnes), does a great job as the washed-up reporter who gives up his life in jump-starting the solution to the case. (And I like the irony that Charlie, the drunken failure, is more sympathetic than his successful former boss.)

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