"And so into this little tortured mind came the idea that that gun had been produced for use.
And use it he did.
But the state has a production- for-use plan too. It has a gallows. And at 7 a.m., unless a miracle occurs, that gallows will be used to separate the soul of Earl Williams from his body.
And out of Mollie Malloy's life will go the one kindly soul she ever knew."
I got the interview, but I've got some more important news. Better get a pencil and take it down. All ready?
Get this, you double-crossing chimpanzee. There won't be an interview or a story. Your check leaves with me in minutes. I wouldn't cover the burning of Rome for you. If I ever lay my eyes on you again......I'll hammer your skull so it rings like a Chinese gong!
Hildy was smart and she was aware of the authorities interests. She took the side of the weak and could find the truth talking with a man accused by the major and the sheriff.She's different from the journalists that surround her. She has sensibility. When the guys are making fun of the prisoner's girlfriend, she comforts her and tells the guys to stop. When she writes a story she doesn't lie like the others, even when that could make her article more interesting.
She's been working for the “Morning Post” for years, but she hasn't become a puppet of her company. When she is finally writing the story about the fugitive, Walter tells her to put on the first lines that it was the 'Morning' the only newspaper in contact with the runaway prisoner. She doesn't care this kind of lucrative details.
The script of "His girl Friday" (1940) was written by Charles Lederer based on the play "The Front Page" by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur.