Posted in Films from 30’s to 60’s, U.S. Film

D.O.A (1950)

Frank Bigelow, told he’s been poisoned and has only a few days to live, tries to find out who killed him and why. D.O.A., directed by Rudolf Maté. Great noir scene follows another in astonishing succession: the smoky, crowded jazz bar where the sweaty black musicians are blowing up a storm (to an all-white 1949 audience of course), while a murder is silently committed with a switched drink. The doctor holding the eerily glowing glass tube of luminescent poison and informing O’Brien, “You’ve been murdered.” well I do not to reveal too much about this movie Just see it you will love it. I did.

 

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