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Kiss Me Deadly
Join Dr. Jim Tate, Professor of English, as he comments on the film noir classic Kiss Me Deadly. Released in 1955, this dark crawl through Los Angeles follows two-bit detective Mike Hammer on the trail of a murdered woman and a mysterious suitcase. Seven decades later, Kiss Me Deadly still packs a punch and Dr. Tate shares his insights into what makes it such a powerful film.
Shownotes with related links:
Chris Kretz – Assistant Professor/Reference Librarian
- Kiss Me Deadly at the Dowling Library
- Kiss Me Deadly at IMDB.com
- "Rediscovering Downtown L.A.'s Lost Neighborhood of Bunker Hill." by Nathan Masters at KCET
- More on film noir from Dr. Tate on Omnibus #11, 2006.