Kiss of Death Blu Ray

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Henry Hathaway's directorial skills brought a heightened sense of realism to crime dramas in this classic 1947 original that marked Richard Widmark's Oscar -nominated debut. When a small time crook (Victor Mature) gets a twenty year sentence for robbery, he refuses to reveal his accomplices, even after a D.A. (Brian Donlevy) offers to help him. But he changes his mind once he learns that his wife has committed suicide and a psychopath (Widmark) has threatened his children. Extras: High Definition Transfer Commentary by film historians James Ursini and Alain Silver... Original Theatrical Trailer Stills Gallery Plus many more TBA [show more]

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Released
25 July 2016
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Blu Ray 
Publisher
Signal One Entertainment 
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98 minutes 
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Please note this is a region B Blu-ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-ray player in order to play.  Henry Hathaway's directorial skills brought a heightened sense of realism to crime dramas in this classic 1947 original that marked Richard Widmark's Oscar -nominated debut. When a small time crook (Victor Mature) gets a twenty year sentence for robbery, he refuses to reveal his accomplices, even after a D.A. (Brian Donlevy) offers to help him. But he changes his mind once he learns that his wife has committed suicide and a psychopath (Widmark) has threatened his children.  

Henry Hathaway directs this noir crime drama. When petty crook Nick Bianco (Victor Mature) gets caught in the act and sent to jail he decides not to rat on his criminal buddies, believing his family will be looked after while he's serving time. But after learning that his depressed wife has killed herself, Nick relents and tells the authorities what they want to know. Now free on parole, Nick assumes a new identity with a new wife and family, unaware that former accomplice Tommy Udo (Richard Widmark), a psychopathic killer, has been released and is looking for revenge...

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