Windy, self-righteous newspaper film (1952), written and directed by Richard Brooks in a fair reflection of the way journalists think about themselves when they’ve had a few too many. Humphrey Bogart is the valiant crusading editor who braves threats to life and limb to publish the details of a gangster’s doings. A free press means a free people, etc, etc. With Ethel Barrymore, Kim Hunter, and Ed Begley. 87 min.