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Fischer's hero, ace reporter turned television scandalmonger Paul Castle (nee Paulie Castelli, a nice Italian boy from Queens), is at his core a good man and a better journalist.
Set at the tail-end of the 60s, the film follows ace reporter Ward Jansen (Matthew McConaughey) as he returns to his Florida hometown to investigate whether a man on Death Row (John Cusack) is really guilty of murder.
A smooth-talking newspaper editor uses every trick in the book to keep his ace reporter - and ex-wife - from remarrying in the Fred Crafts' Radio Redux production of this oft-filmed comedy classic from the typewriters of Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur.
The film is at its best in the first act, viz the relationship between ace reporter Tintin (whose newspaper scoops plaster his walls) and his four-legged friend, Snowy.
Jane's World PRESENTS ACE REPORTER, JANE WYATT, STARRING IN "WRITER'S BLOCK!"
KEVIN MACDONALD'S STATE OF PLAY RESURRECTS the ace reporter in a political thriller that is a cross between All the President's Men and HBO'S The Wire.
This leads a news crew, led by ace reporter Tim Manfrey (Purcell) and his cameraman, Steven (Orlando Jones), deep into the wilds of Burundi.
It's up to ace reporter Dirk Bones to find out who.
Leading Long Wharf's journalistic rat pack are Chris Henry Coffey as escaping ace reporter Hildy Johnson, and Jeff McCarthy as editor Walter Burns, who will do anything to make Hildy stay at his Underwood.
Thrown into this mix are Joe's ex and feisty ace reporter Polly Perkins (Paltrow) who desperately wants the scoop on the story of the century and Jolie as British squadron leader Franky who gets to bark ridiculous lines such as: "Alert the amphibious squadron!"
Wilder's Ace In The Hole is definitely a better film about the newspaper industry, although Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau put in smart performances here as the ace reporter and the devilish editor.
An ace reporter with a knack for solving seemingly unsolvable riddles claims he's close to revealing journalism's greatest secret--the identity of Watergate's "Deep Throat."
Philip Trent, ace reporter, first appeared in 1913.
Our ace reporter, Holly Kee, has continued to deliver fascinating stories that detail the lives and experiences of people living in Benton and Franklin County.