Power of the Press was a 1943 film, based on a story by the acclaimed director Sam Fuller. It starred Guy Kibbee and Lee Tracy. The film is not to be confused with The Power of the Press, a 1928 silent film starring Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. This film was directed by Lew Landers, and was produced by Columbia Pictures. The Kibbee character is a small-town newspaper publisher who is called in to protect a newspaper that has come under control by an isolationist, played by Otto Kruger. Tracy plays the managing editor of the newspaper, who switches alliances during the course of the film.
|Release date:||January 28, 1943|
|Directed by:||Lew Landers|