Man in the Dark (The Man Who Lived Twice) (1953)

Man in the Dark (The Man Who Lived Twice)

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Filmed in 3D, Man in the Dark stars Edmond O'Brien as Steve Rawley, a man with a past. Thing of it is, Rawley knows nothing about that past: a former gangster, he underwent an operation that not only altered his appearance, but also wiped out all criminal tendencies--not to mention all memory of his past misdeeds. Rawley is kidnapped by his former mob cohorts, who demand that he cough up the $130,000 that he salted away during his gangster days. Audrey Totter co-stars as Peg Benedict, who loves … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Drama
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Written By: Jack Leonard, George Bricker, William Sackheim
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as Steve Rawley

as Peg Benedict

as Dr. Marston

as Jawald
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Silly, low-budget, B-film crime drama, shot in 3-D.

Full Review… | April 8, 2014
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This what 3-D is all about, things being hurled at your face and crazy rear projection. The story is about a criminal who gets brain surgery to change his evil ways, only his past catches up with him. Not a bad story and well acted, but the 3-D definitely takes this film up a notch. The end takes place at a amusement park, and the roller coaster scene is awesome. A must see in 3-D.

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