Enter to Win Horror Classics from Kino Lorber!
Click here to enter to win...
Kiss of Death (1947) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Henry Hathaway and produced by Fred Kohlmar.
Academy Awards 1947 --- Ceremony Number 20 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Supporting Actor||Richard Widmark||Nominated|
|Best Writing||Eleazar Lipsky||Nominated|
Kiss of Death (1995, Barbet Schroeder)By Andrew Wickliffe on Nov 25, 2016 From The Stop Button
Kiss of Death takes place over four years, has eight to ten significant characters, and runs an hour and forty minutes. It skips ahead three years at the forty-five minute mark. And the last twenty minutes could have their own movie, as David Caruso returns to the city to face Nicolas Cage, who know... Read full article
Kiss of Death (1947)By 4 Star Film Fan on Aug 4, 2015 From 4 Star Films
Film-Noir gets interesting when the stylized, more formalistic, world of this dark genre begins to seep into the familiar human drama that we as an audience are more used to. Many of us have families. We have jobs so we can provide for our families. Or maybe some of us don’t and that makes fo... Read full article
Kiss of Death (1947)By Beatrice on Feb 20, 2015 From Flickers in Time
Kiss of Death Directed by Henry Hathaway Written by Ben Hecht and Charles Lederer; story by Eleazar Lipsky 1947/USA Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation Repeat viewing/Netflix rental This one is famous as Richard Widmark’s film debut but is a satisfying film noir in all respects. Nick Bia... Read full article
Quotes in Noir: Kiss of Death (1947)By shadowsandsatin on Jun 23, 2011 From Shadows and Satin
“We’re goin’ right on being pals, you and me. We’re gonna have some fun together. Lots of fun, just like we used to. You got a wife and kids, ain’t ya pal? They’re gonna have some fun, too. I’m gonna enjoy meetin’ your family. Kids like to have fun. We... Read full article
See all Kiss of Death articles
Tommy Udo: I'm askin' ya, where's that squealin' son of yours?
Tommy Udo: You think a squealer can get away from me? Huh?
Tommy Udo: You know what I do to squealers? I let 'em have it in the belly, so they can roll around for a long time thinkin' it over. You're worse than him, tellin' me he's comin' back? Ya lyin' old hag!
Nick Bianco: What happened? You came here to tell me what happened. Why did you change your mind? Scared of hurting me? Look, Nettie... I'm the kind of guy you can't hurt. It doesn't matter.
read more quotes from Kiss of Death...
In the beginning montage shots of New York City, a movie theater in Times Square displays a huge ad for Jeanette MacDonald in "The Love Parade." This particular shot was taken at some point from mid-Nov 1929 to Jan 1930, over 17 years before "Kiss of Death" was produced.
"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on March 29, 1951 with Victor Mature and Richard Widmark again reprising their film roles.
read more facts about Kiss of Death...