Bulldog Edition

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For the term used in print publication, see Bulldog edition.
Bulldog Edition
Evalyn Knapp and Ray Walker, in Bulldog Edition (1936).jpg
Evalyn Knapp and Ray Walker, in Bulldog Edition (1936)
Directed by Charles Lamont
Produced by William Berke (supervising producer)
Nat Levine (producer)
Sol C. Siegel (associate producer)
Written by Daniel Ahern (story "Back in Circulation")
Richard English (screenplay) and
Karen DeWolf (screenplay)
Richard English (adaptation)
Starring See below
Cinematography Jack A. Marta
Edited by Charles Craft
Distributed by Republic Pictures
Release date(s) 1936
Running time 57 minutes
53 minutes (edited version)
Country USA
Language English

Bulldog Edition is a 1936 American film directed by Charles Lamont.

The film is also known as Lady Reporter in the United Kingdom.

Plot[edit]

Newspaper Editors Ken Dwyer (Ray Walker) and Evans (Robert Warwick) compete for circulation, and the heart of star reporter / cartoonist Randy Burns (Evalyn Knapp).

That is, if accused killer Nick Enright (Cy Kendall), and his moll, “Aggie” (Betty Compson), don’t put them permanently out of circulation first.

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