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

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

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Movie Info

In this remake of The Man Who Lived Twice, a convicted mobster undergoes neurosurgery to remove his criminal tendencies and wakes up an amnesiac. After his release, his old gangmates forcefully insist that he retrieve the huge cache of loot he stashed before he went to prison.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Drama , Mystery & Suspense
Directed By:
Written By:
In Theaters:
 wide
Runtime:
Studio:
Columbia Pictures

Cast

Edmond O'Brien
as Steve Rawley
Audrey Totter
as Peg Benedict
Nick Dennis
as Cookie
Dayton Lummis
as Dr. Marston
Dan Riss
as Jawald
John Harmon
as Herman
Ruth Warren
as Mayme
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Critic Reviews for Man in the Dark (The Man Who Lived Twice)

All Critics (1)

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

Full Review… | April 7, 2014
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Audience Reviews for Man in the Dark (The Man Who Lived Twice)

Features some good, gimmicky 3D (even the 2D rear projection shots work), some snappy dialogue and a nifty finale atop a roller coaster. Just a touch draggy.

Vincent Pesce
Vincent Pesce
½

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.

cody franklin
cody franklin

Super Reviewer

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