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  • D.O.A., or Dead On Arrival, is a 1950 Film Noir drama about a man named Frank Bigelow, who must frantically try to find out who wants him dead through poisoning- and why. The plot speeds as Frank recounts his past events to the police to get help. Download the movie here. A remake starring Dennis Quaid was released in 1988. If you're looking for the fighting game, see Dead or Alive.
  • "D.O.A." is a song by The Haunted {| class="collapsible collapsed" style="width: 100%; text-align: center;"
  • The film centers around the Sex Pistols 1978 tour of the United States which ended with the group breaking up. The tour was the only one the group played in the U.S. Film director Lech Kowalski followed them with handheld cameras through the clubs and bars of their seven-city Southern tour. Mixing this with footage of other contemporary bands, trends in the fashion capitals, and punks of all shapes and colors, Kowalski created a grainy, stained snapshot of a movement at its peak, showing how certain authority figures saw the movement as a threat.
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  • One Kill Wonder
Series
  • Godzilla: The Series
Name
  • D.O.A.
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  • Metal
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  • English
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  • D.O.A.
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  • New Family: Part 2
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  • 3
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  • New Family: Part 2
Released
  • 2003
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  • Male
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  • The Haunted
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  • RBTPM
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  • Talkin' Trash
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  • SR
Writer
  • Richard Mueller
Director
  • Frank Squillace
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  • D.O.A.
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  • The film centers around the Sex Pistols 1978 tour of the United States which ended with the group breaking up. The tour was the only one the group played in the U.S. Film director Lech Kowalski followed them with handheld cameras through the clubs and bars of their seven-city Southern tour. Mixing this with footage of other contemporary bands, trends in the fashion capitals, and punks of all shapes and colors, Kowalski created a grainy, stained snapshot of a movement at its peak, showing how certain authority figures saw the movement as a threat. It features interview footage (including the famous interview of Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen in bed), and behind the scenes shots from the tour as well as interviews with audience members who had strong and widely varied reactions to the group. The majority of the material surrounds the Pistols tour as well but it also included other performances by first wave Punk acts such as The Dead Boys and Generation X with Billy Idol. This indie film was shot mostly in bars and clubs on 16mm film, and documented early years of punk from both in front of and behind the stage. The 1973 American television series Kojak, starring Telly Savalas, is mentioned during an interview, and the poster for this film is featured prominently in one scene of the 1981 filmNeighbors. D.O.A. also featured in The Filth and the Fury, a 2000 rockumentary film about the Sex Pistols directed by Julien Temple, and in the 2002 television series Hollywood Rocks the Movies: The 1970s.
  • D.O.A., or Dead On Arrival, is a 1950 Film Noir drama about a man named Frank Bigelow, who must frantically try to find out who wants him dead through poisoning- and why. The plot speeds as Frank recounts his past events to the police to get help. Download the movie here. A remake starring Dennis Quaid was released in 1988. If you're looking for the fighting game, see Dead or Alive.
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