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Rated PG · 121 minutes · 1992

Musical
In this musical, homeless New York City newsboy Jack "Cowboy" Kelly (Christian Bale) befriends two newcomers to his trade, brothers David (David Moscow) and Les Jacobs (Luke Edwards). When publisher Joseph Pulitzer (Robert Duvall) sets new rules that make it harder for the young newspaper salesmen to make a buck, the boys go on strike. Bryan Denton (Bill Pullman) ], a journalist who's sympathetic to their plight, gives them some tips in public relations, as the newsboys' battle grips the city.
Director: Kenny Ortega
Writer: Bob Tzudiker and Noni White
Producer: Michael Finnell
Cast: Christian Bale, Robert Duvall, Ann-Margret, David Moscow, Luke Edwards, Max Casella, Marty Belafsky, Arvie Lowe Jr., Aaron Lohr, Bill Pullman, Ele Keats, David James Alexander, Michael Lerner, Kevin Tighe and Charles Cioffi

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