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The Front Page

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The Front Page

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The Front Page (1949) was a drama series based on the theatrical play about a newspaper agency, written by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. Walter Burns was an newspaper editor, played by the real-life newsman John Daly.
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  • John Daly starred in this short lived series, right before "What's My line". The show ran from September 1949 January 1950. What's My Line debuted in February of 1950. The series was based on the hit movie. Richard Boone, co-starred.moreless

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    This former play takes place at a small town newspaper. John Daly played Walter Burns a news correspondent. Mark Roberts played the star reporter, Hildy Johnson.

    The name of the paper was "The Center City Examiner" Daly, in this live series, actually was a news correspondent for both CBS and ABC and later became an actor.
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