This riveting tale cast Humphrey Bogart as a crusading newspaper editor who has three days to expose a local gangster for murder before his paper is sold off. It was filmed in a tough-as-nails manner by Richard Brooks and would lead the way for expose types of films popularized by On the Waterfront the following year. This was one of Bogart's best films of the 1950s and this poster capitalized on Bogart's success in The African Queen earlier in the year by calling him the "Star of the Year". The poster has small tears in the right border, a split in the top border at the right vertical fold, and light creasing Very Fine-. Grade: 75, Service No.: 1406356
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