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Hi, Nellie

1934 1h 15m Comedy Drama List
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When missing government lawyer Frank Canfield is accused of embezzling state funds, journalist Brad Bradshaw (Paul Muni) refuses to publish the headline because he considers it sensational and unverifiable. But when the media circus declares Canfield guilty, Brad is demoted for getting scooped by every paper in town. Now forced to write a ladies' advice column, Brad struggles to save face, attract a readership and find out the truth about the Canfield case in hopes of regaining his old job. Read More Read Less

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Gazette Staff Montreal Gazette The film supplies action, is kept at good speed and holds interest all the way through. Jan 4, 2021 Full Review Meyer Levin (Patterson Murphy) Esquire Magazine In sheer entertainment value, "Hi Nellie," the new Paul Muni picture, tops the month... May 1, 2020 Full Review Helen Brown Norden Vanity Fair The picture is practically stolen by Ned Sparks -- old sourpuss -- whose wry face and a voice which sounds as if he had just eaten a dish of alum -- make him one of the more fetching comedians. May 31, 2019 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis When missing government lawyer Frank Canfield is accused of embezzling state funds, journalist Brad Bradshaw (Paul Muni) refuses to publish the headline because he considers it sensational and unverifiable. But when the media circus declares Canfield guilty, Brad is demoted for getting scooped by every paper in town. Now forced to write a ladies' advice column, Brad struggles to save face, attract a readership and find out the truth about the Canfield case in hopes of regaining his old job.
Director
Mervyn LeRoy
Producer
Robert Presnell Sr.
Production Co
Warner Bros.
Genre
Comedy, Drama
Original Language
English
Release Date (Streaming)
Sep 29, 2016
Runtime
1h 15m