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D.O.A. (1950) was a Film Noir - Drama Film directed by Rudolph Maté 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: I can breathe and I can move, but I'm not alive because I took that poison, and nothing can save me.


Frank Bigelow: Do you realise what you're saying, you're telling me that I'm dead!


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


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"Screen Director's Playhouse" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on June 21, 1951 with Edmond O'Brien reprising his film role.
The Life magazine displayed at the San Francisco newspaper stand where Frank Bigelow stops is the publication from September 12, 1949, with Yugoslavia's leader, Marshal Josip Broz Tito on the cover.
The scene in which Bigelow runs in panic through the streets after learning he has been poisoned was a stolen shot. The pedestrians had no idea a movie was being made and no warning that Edmond O'Brien would be plowing through them.
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National Film Registry

D.O.A.

Released 1950
Inducted 2004
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