Kiss Of Death (1947) - (Movie Clip) Lyin' Old Hag!
Horrible famous scene in which Tommy (Richard Widmark, in his first movie) executes Ma Rizzo (Mildred Dunnock, neither old nor a hag) for not giving up her son, Henry Hathaway directing, in Kiss Of Death, 1947.
Kiss Of Death (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Tell Me About Maria
Shot in the genuine visiting room at Sing Sing, ex-baby sitter Nettie (Coleen Gray) comes to visit Nick (Victor Mature) with news of his late wife and orphaned kids, in director Henry Hathaway's Kiss Of Death, 1947.
Kiss Of Death (1947) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Need That Look
Swiftly paroled for agreeing to help the cops, thief Nick (Victor Mature) surprises Nettie (Colleen Gray), his former baby-sitter and friend of his wife, who committed suicide while he was inside, sharing a moment before prosecutor DAngelo (Brian Donlevy) calls with instructions, in director Henry Hathaways Kiss Of Death, 1947.
Kiss Of Death (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Christmas Eve
Chilling opening with narration by Coleen Gray (who'll appear as "Nettie"), introducing Nick Bianco (Victor Mature), from Henry Hathaway's Kiss Of Death, 1947, from a script by Ben Hecht and Charles Lederer and story by Eleazer Lipsky.
Kiss Of Death (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Skin Off A Grape
Chance first encounter before court between hard-luck family-man robber Nick (Victor Mature) and nasty mob guy Tommy Udo (Richard Widmark), prosecutor D'Angelo (Brian Donlevy) stopping by, in Henry Hathaway's Kiss Of Death, 1947.