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The Kiss of Death
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The Kiss of Death 1947


From Amazon: Richard Widmark's bravura debut as snickering gangster Tommy Udo, and particularly his infamous encounter with an old woman in a wheelchair, enjoys such pop cachet that the movie itself has been somewhat underrated. More's the pity. Henry Hathaway's third entry in 20th Century–Fox's series of post–WWII thrillers is just about the best of the bunch. These films incorporated the semidocumentary techniques and wondrously persuasive on-location shooting Hollywood learned from Italian neorealism and the wartime filming of some of its own best directors. Kiss of Death is more fictional than documentary in thrust, with a solid...

Directed By:
No image existsHenry Hathaway
Starring:
No image existsVictor Mature
No image existsRichard Widmark
No image existsBrian Donlevy
No image existsKarl Malden
No image existsColeen Gray
No image existsAnne Grey

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The Kiss of Death Movie Review by Derringer (12/21/2013)

Released in 1947 - I found that I was actually quite impressed with this taut, well-paced Crime/Thriller from Hollywood's heyday. Its story was fairly believable, its characters were convincingly portrayed by a good cast of actors, and its director Henry Hathaway, certainly showed a real keen sense of competence when it...

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