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D.O.A. (1950) was a Film Noir - Drama Film directed by Rudolph Mat? and produced by Leo C. Popkin, Harry M. Popkin and Joseph H. Nadel.

D.O.A. was inducted into the National Film Registry in 2004.

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Frank Bigelow: You're in this right up to your pretty little neck.


Frank Bigelow: I can breathe and I can move, but I'm not alive because I took that poison, and nothing can save me.


Kitty: I've never seen you in here before.
Frank Bigelow: That's because I've never been here.


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Film debut of Neville Brand.
When Frank Bigelow registers at the Allison Hotel in Los Angeles, the name directly above is Russell Rouse, one of the writers. Also on the register is Ernest Laszlo, the director of photography and Marty Moss, the assistant director.
Film debut of Beverly Garland (billed as "Beverly Campbell").
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National Film Registry

D.O.A.

Released 1950
Inducted 2004
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