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" B MOVIE "
from Pasadena, CA
About Me Movie Buff
Comments about Death in Small Doses (1957):
The print is quite good generally it's a sharp,and solid image,however it's uneven in white spots, with some softness and scratches.The audio track is quite good:clear and clean.By the way The transfer( widescreen all right) looks "good".So very watchable print.
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For fans of Connors and Graves
By Q at Djunaboard
from Berkeley. CA
A tight little programmer from Allied Artists, with Peter Graves of MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE fame playing an undercover federal agent investigating an illegal amphetamine ("bennies") ring among intrastate truck drivers. Not a film noir or even a police procedural, it's still pretty well packaged for a B-class '50s production, with reasonably well-executed direction, marred by a rather obnoxious music score. Graves is fine as a perfectly coiffed blond cop, but the best thing about the film is Chuck Connors as "Mink," who has a spectacular, bug-eyed meltdown at the 2/3 mark. It's by no stretch of imagination great acting but it sure is entertaining.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend