-30- (1959)





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EXTRA! SEE ALL ABOUT IT! From The Front Page to All the President's Men to State of Play, movies have long found a newspaper office to be a lively source of colorful characters and human drama. It's ideal for the brisk style of Jack Webb (Dragnet) a world Webb explores in a film taking its title from the -30- reporters place at the end of a story. In -30-, newshounds race against the clock to fill the empty page with stories that will become part of America's next morning alongside a cup of coffee. Webb leads the way, playing the night editor of a big-city paper whose staff includes William Conrad, David Nelson, Joe Flynn and Richard Deacon. From 3 PM till midnight, they'll ride the adrenaline rush of dramas that shape the world and their own lives. Come next day, they'll gladly do it again. -30-
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Mark VII

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Jack Webb
as Sam Gatlin
William Conrad
as Jim Bathgate
David Nelson
as Earl Collins
Louise Lorimer
as Bernice Valentine
Whitney Blake
as Peggy Gatlin
James Bell
as Ben Quinn
Nancy Valentine
as Jan Price
Joe Flynn
as Hy Shapiro
Richard Bakalyan
as Carl Thompson
Dick Whittinghill
as Fred Kendall
John Nolan
as Ron Danton
Donna Sue Needham
as Lucille Greghauser
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