Where to stream The Front Page

Watch The Front Page 1974 in Australia

Released: 1974

Updated: 29th Nov, 2021

7.3 / 10

Rated: PG

Director: Billy Wilder

Cast: Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Susan Sarandon

Where to watch The Front Page

Google Play
Microsoft Store
YouTube

What is The Front Page about?

When Hildy Johnson, the top reporter of a Chicago newspaper, announces that he is quitting to get married, his editor, Walter Burns, desperately tries to change his mind. When denial, cursing, and luring don't work, Walter resorts to tricks. It's the day before a supposed communist is to be hanged, and all Chicago waits with bated breath. Meanwhile, each of the city's papers has a man on the story trying to get a scoop or angle for themselves. With a train to catch at midnight to join his fiancé, Hildy is at first not interested, but events and his own habits work against him as the day unfolds, and he can't help but get roped in, especially when the man to be executed escapes and then almost literally falls into his lap.

Which streaming providers can you watch The Front Page on

Here is the comprehensive list of streaming providers that will show The Front Page in Australia. If The Front Page will appear with other providers further down the line, this table will be updated.

Providers

  • Amazon PrimeNo
  • Apple TV PlusNo
  • BingeNo
  • Disney PlusNo
  • Foxtel NowNo
  • NetflixNo
  • StanNo
  • Telstra TV Box OfficeNo

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Google Play

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Google Play Movies only offers TV shows and movies for rental or purchase. Buying movies can start from $5.99 for SD or $6.99 for HD, while renting can start from $3.99 for SD or $4.99 for HD. For buying shows, episodes usually cost $2.99 for SD and $3.99 for HD. Just like iTunes, there's no rental option for shows in Google Play Movies.
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Benefits

  • No monthly subscription required, pay for what you only watch
  • Watch on any computer, mobile or tablet, including Apple devices
  • Share content with up to 5 other family members with Family Library
  • Bundle movies in digital box sets at a discounted price

Microsoft Store

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All kinds of apps are on Microsoft Store, plus a large collection of movies available for rent and purchase. There’s also plenty of popular shows you can buy with complete seasons of The Walking Dead and its spin-off Fear the Walking Dead, Shameless, and Better Call Saul just to name a few. Even the complete seasons of South Park are on here, as well as new episodes of Rick and Morty.
Buying movies on Microsoft Store can go as low as $4.99 during weekly specials, while rental flash sale can get you to rent movies for as low as $0.99. Some blockbuster movies are also offered with up to 45% off.
As part of its Windows 11 announcement, Microsoft makes a new policy change that will allow developers to keep every penny their Windows app makes. While the 100% revshare option doesn’t apply to games, it’s still something that Apple and Google don’t have right now.

Benefits

  • Supports more desktop applications
  • Android apps now available
  • Additions of Teams, Office, Edge, and Visual Studio
  • Rent movies or purchase TV shows and films on Xbox, Windows, and via Microsoft.com

Good to know

No The Front Page is not available on Amazon Prime.
No The Front Page is not available on Apple TV+.
No The Front Page is not available on Binge.
No The Front Page is not available on Disney Plus.
No The Front Page is not available on iTunes.
No The Front Page is not available on Foxtel Now.
No The Front Page is not available on Netflix.
No The Front Page is not available on Stan.