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Killer's Kiss is a 1955 film noir directed by Stanley Kubrick and starring Jamie Smith, Irene Kane, and Frank Silvera. A second-rate boxer decides to flee New York with his dancer girlfriend, but the girl's nightclub manager, also a ruthless gangster, will have none of that, so he puts a price on the fighter's head.

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AllMovie: Killer's Kiss
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Film Court: Killer's Kiss
Review by Lawrence Russell. "...suffers from its derivative situations and consequently a derivative period morality."
Film Noir: Killer’s Kiss
Review of the film. "The film is not one of the director’s best but it was an important step..."
IMDb: Killer's Kiss (1955)
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MGM: Killer's Kiss
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Precious Bodily Fluids: Killer’s Kiss
Discussion of the film with several photographs. "...an example par excellence of a remarkably gifted filmmaker [...] forced early in his career to make the most of a film with very limited sources."
Rotten Tomatoes: Killer's Kiss
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SoundtrackCollector: Killer's Kiss
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The Stop Button: Killer’s Kiss
Review of the film. "...it's almost inevitable–after framing a narrative with awkward, present tense narration–Kubrick can't close it right."
This Distracted Globe: Killer's Kiss
Several stills and a review. "If Kubrick’s name was nowhere on the credits, it would probably be dismissed as a lost student effort with some interesting ambiance, but no story."
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