Average Rating: 7.7/10
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Release Date: Apr 30, 1950 Wide
Average Rating: 3.6/5
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"I want to report a murder...mine." So begins D.O.A. Told in flashback, the story tells of how vacationing CPA Frank Bigelow (Edmond O'Brien) becomes the recipient of a deadly poison known as iridium. Told by a doctor that he hasn't long to live, Bigelow desperately retraces his movements of the previous 24 hours, trying to locate his murderer. Through the aid of his secretary Paula Gibson (Pamela Britton) (who doesn't know of her employer's imminent demise), Bigelow traces a shipment of iridium
Apr 30, 1950 Wide
Apr 30, 1950
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Apesar de determinados elementos que não envelheceram bem (como as referências na trilha às paqueras do herói), tem uma premissa fascinante que consegue gerar boa dose de suspense.
Rudolph Maté's seminal thriller rapidly decomposes into a campy, confusing bore.
Features a murder victim who acts as a detective to solve his own murder.
Crafty, potent little noir.
Contains one of the cleverest noir concepts ever. A great film.
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