Nancy Drew... Reporter
|Nancy Drew... Reporter|
|Directed by||William Clemens|
|Produced by||Bryan Foy
Hal B. Wallis
Jack L. Warner
|Written by||Kenneth Gamet|
|Based on||Nancy Drew stories by Mildred Wirt Benson|
|Music by||Heinz Roemheld|
|Edited by||Frank DeWar|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
|Running time||68 minutes|
The film was produced by Warner Bros, but has since slipped into the public domain and is available on home video in a number of issues in addition to Warner's official DVD set containing the other three films as well (which are still copyrighted).
With the death of Dickie Jones on July 7, 2014, Mary Lee is the only surviving cast member of the movie.
Nancy Drew, competing in the local newspaper's amateur reporter contest, clears a girl named Eula Denning of murder charges.
- Bonita Granville as Nancy Drew
- John Litel as Carson Drew
- Frankie Thomas as Ted Nickerson
- Mary Lee as Mary Nickerson
- Dickie Jones as Killer Parkins
- Larry Williams as Miles Lambert
- Betty Amann as Eula Denning
- Thomas E. Jackson as City Editor Bostwick
- Olin Howland as Sergeant Entwhistle
- Sheila Bromley as Bonnie Lucas
- Art Smith as news editor
- Jimmy Conlin as newspaper morgue librarian
- John Litel - "Pretty Baby" (Music by Tony Jackson and Egbert Van Alstyne, lyrics by Gus Kahn)
- John Litel - "Good Night, Ladies"
- Bonita Granville and Frankie Thomas - "Nursery Rhyme Medley", traditional nursery rhymes sung in modified versions by Mary Lee and Dickie Jones. Songs include: "Little Bo Peep", "Hey Diddle Diddle (The Cat and the Fiddle)", "Mary Had a Little Lamb", "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" and "Rockabye Baby"
- Frankie Thomas - "Lullaby of Broadway" (Music by Harry Warren, lyrics by Al Dubin)
- "Something Tells Me" (Music by Harry Warren)
- "You Go to My Head" (Music by J. Fred Coots)
- Nancy Drew... Reporter at the Internet Movie Database
- Nancy Drew... Reporter is available for free download at the Internet Archive [more]
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