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Double Indemnity
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Double Indemnity 1944

From Amazon: An insurance claims manager gets a familiar feeling of foul play while investigating the death of a man whose wife just had him sign a double-indemnity policy through her insurance agent and lover. (read more)

Directed By:
Billy WilderBilly Wilder
Written By:
No image existsRaymond Chandler
Billy WilderBilly Wilder
Fred MacMurrayFred MacMurray
No image existsBarbara Stanwyck
No image existsEdward G. Robinson
No image existsTom Powers
No image existsPorter Hall
No image existsJean Heather
No image existsByron Barr
No image existsFortunio Bonanova

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Double Indemnity Movie Review by Derringer (11/8/2013)

Released in 1944 - Double Indemnity's story of vicious betrayal may be somewhat flawed and inconsistent - And Barbara Stanwyck, as the deceitfully wicked femme fatale, in a cheap-looking wig, may have been miscast, but, overall, it's quite easy to see why this vintage, Hollywood Crime/Thriller is considered to be a true...

(complete Double Indemnity review by Derringer)

Double Indemnity Movie Review by James (9/6/2009)

The genre that is film noir can trace its roots to this 1944 film directed by Billy Wilder. "Double Indemnity" is called the start of film noir, and what I mean by this is you have a femme fatale, or a female villain, a hard-boiled detective, and a plot usually involving murder. But there were other films that could be...

(complete Double Indemnity review by James)

Double Indemnity Movie Review by Movie Addict (6/3/2007)

This film was nominated for seven Oscars and probably would have won them all if it had not been going up against Going My Way.

Billy Wilder wrote and directed this outstanding film with Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck, and Edward G. Robinson in a role that has to be seen to be believed.

Robinson to me is a gangster...

(complete Double Indemnity review by Movie Addict)

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