Product DetailsNewshounds battle gangsters in two light-hearted, lightning-paced crime-time capers. Ronald Reagan makes his screen debut in Love Is on the Air as a radio announcer (Reagan's real-life job before Hollywood) who's bounced to the kiddies' hour when he pursues a gangster against his sponsor's wishes. But with the help of a young fan, he gets the gangster, the story and a live-broadcast finale enlivened by whizzing bullets. George Brent takes the plotline to the newsroom in You Can't Escape Forever. This time our hero is an editor demoted to advice-to-the-lovelorn duty who proves that a real newsman can mend broken hearts and collar a crime boss on the same beat.
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