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D.O.A.

D.O.A.

(Manufactured on Demand, Restored, NTSC Format)
  • Release 28/04/2015
  • Film and TV Genre Suspense-Film Noir
  • Media Format DVD
  • Video Format NTSC
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D.O.A. stars Edmond O'Brien as small-town accountant Frank Bigelow who, while in San Francisco for some fun prior to settling down with his fiancée, wakes up after a night on the town with more than a hangover. Doctors tell him he's been given a "luminous toxin" for which there is no antidote and he has a week to live, at most. Frank desperately retraces his steps over the past 24 hours, embarking on a frantic odyssey to find his own murderer. The 1988 remake was also entitled, D.O.A., with Dennis Quaid in the starring role. Widely considered a classic of it's genre, D.O.A. is film noir drama at it's best.

Description

Title: D.O.A.
Genre: Suspense-Film Noir
Starring: Lynne Baggett, Luther Adler, Edmond O'Brien, Beverly Campbell, Pamela Britton
Directors: Rudolph Mat, Rudolph Maté
Studio: Film Detective
Attributes: Manufactured on Demand, Restored, NTSC Format
Release Date: 28/04/2015
Media Format: DVD
Rated: NR
UPC: 818522011851
Original Language: ENG
Closed Caption: No
Run Time: 83 minutes
Video Format: NTSC
Year of Release: 1950
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